How to Reach Melbourne


Melbourne has two airports which are well connected with major cities across the world. There is a daily flight to Los Angeles and multiple flights to Asian cities like Dubai, Doha, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur. The train, bus and road network is well connected within the country.


Melbourne has one of the world’s largest tramway networks; they travel all over the city and are a sight worth checking out. The City Circle trams travel a tourist route, taking in landmarks and sights of the city. There is also a very efficient network of trains, taxis and buses, including night rider busses in certain areas. Driving can be slightly confusing, due to the fact that driving where there are trams in unusual to most people and the trams take priority, terrain in certain areas requires an off road vehicle such as a 4x4. For something different you might consider taking a riverboat cruise on the Yarra River, which cuts through Melbourne.

Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Melbourne. The most preferred mode of transport in Melbourne is Car.

Average distance: 18.46 km Average time: 39.04 min

  • Car 51.43%
    Driving 39.5 min Walking 1.33 min Overall average time for 22.59 kms 40.83 min
  • Walking 10.71%
    Walking 24.07 min Driving 2.73 min Bus 1.33 min Train 1.2 min Waiting 1 min Bike 0.67 min Overall average time for 6.34 kms 31 min
  • Bus/Trolleybus 4.29%
    Bus 29.67 min Walking 6.83 min Waiting 4.83 min Overall average time for 17.5 kms 41.33 min
  • Motorbike 2.14%
    Motorbike 30 min Overall average time for 30.5 kms 30 min
  • Train/Metro 18.57%
    Train 30.31 min Walking 8.23 min Waiting 3.58 min Other 0.77 min Bus 0.58 min Tram 0.27 min Overall average time for 19.12 kms 43.73 min
  • Bike 6.43%
    Bike 29.22 min Walking 0.56 min Overall average time for 9.37 kms 29.78 min
  • Tram/Streetcar 4.29%
    Tram 25.83 min Waiting 5.67 min Walking 5 min Overall average time for 7.25 kms 36.5 min
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