City Circle Tram | Free Tourist Tram
The City Circle Tram service provides a free and convenient way to get around central Melbourne. Tourists, shoppers, office workers and families can use the City Circle Tram to travel to major attractions, shops and city events.
The City Circle route is serviced by heritage W class trams decorated in special maroon and green with yellow and gold trimmings, as well as MMTB's standard traditional green liveried W Class trams.
The City Circle Tram travels around the city and links with other tram, train and light rail services in and around Melbourne. The tram will take you past shopping malls and arcades, and major attractions such as the Old Treasury Building, Parliament House and the Princess Theatre.
Tourists can spend all day on a City Circle Tram! Information leaflets, including an 'easy to understand' map of the city are available on board each City Circle Tram. The City Circle Tram can be used as a 'hop on - hop off' service, this way tourists can enjoy each of Melbourne's sites and have the added bonus of traditional Melbourne transportation.
To catch the free City Circle Tram service (route number 35), simply board the tram at any of the specially marked stops on the route.
Every 12 minutes, and approximately 48 minutes to complete a loop.
The City Circle tram service operates within Melbourne's central business district. The service operates in a circular route passing major tourist attractions, as well as linking with other tram, train and bus routes in and around Melbourne. Trams run in both directions approximately every twelve minutes between 10am and 6pm Sunday to Wednesday and extended hours, 10am - 9pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Clockwise service: Flinders Street > Harbour Esplanade > Docklands Drive > La Trobe Street > Victoria Street > Nicholson Street > Spring Street > Flinders Street
The City Circle tram service operates within Melbourne's central business district. The service operates in a circular route passing major tourist attractions, as well as linking with other tram, train and bus routes in and around Melbourne. Trams run in both directions approximately every twelve minutes between 10am and 6pm Sunday to Wednesday and extended hours, 10am - 9pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Anti-clockwise service: Flinders Street > Spring Street > Nicholson Street > Victoria Parade > La Trobe Street > Docklands Drive > Harbour Esplanade > Flinders Street
City Circle Trams
First we had the maroon and green City Circle Trams, then came the Karachi Style City Circle Trams for the Commonwealth Games in 2006 and in 2011 came the Polly Woodside & Old Melbourne Gaol City Circle Trams.
Catching A Tram for Dummies
Some trams have donation collection tins (drivers door) with funds going to the Royal Children's Hospital. In honour of the monies raised on the trams, RCH has a ward named the City Circle Ward.
Operator: Yarra Trams
Contact: 1800 800 007
Free Tram Zone | Melbourne CBD
A Free Tram Zone operates in Melbourne's CBD bordered by Spring Street, Flinders Street and La Trobe Street. Additionally, the tram routes along Victoria Street, William Street and Elizabeth Street that surround Victoria Market are also included as well as the Docklands area.
All stops within the zone are clearly marked and tram drivers will make regular announcements when approaching the zone boundaries. Zone boundaries are signed and free tram zone maps are across the network.
❊ Web Links ❊
→ City Circle Tram | Free Tourist Tram
→ City Circle Tram From Wikipedia
→ City Circle Tram Map
❊ Also See... ❊
→ City Circle Tram Free | Karachi Style
→ Public Transport Victoria | PTV
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