What is Night Coach?
Night Coach is the late night regional coach service that runs to Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Seymour and Traralgon.
When does Night Coach run?
Night Coach departs between 2am and 2.15am from Southern Cross Coach Terminal on Friday and Saturday nights.
Where do coaches run?
Coaches run to Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Seymour and Traralgon.
Why do coaches run, not trains?
Regional services have further to travel and there is less demand. Coaches can comfortably seat around 50 people.
Where can I get off?
Coaches stop at all regional stations on the line, let the driver know where you'll be getting off when you get on the coach.
In most regional towns, coaches depart and arrive at train replacement coach stops. In some towns, other coach stops will be used.
For a list of locations, visit vline.com.au
Wyndham Vale, Tarneit, Rockbank, Deer Park and Ardeer is serviced by Night Bus.
Do I use myki to travel?
Yes, touch on as you normally would to travel with a valid ticket
For more information, see Night Network fares and ticketing.
How can I touch on and touch off with my myki when using Night Coach?
There are myki reader at Southern Cross Coach Terminal for touch on. Touch off at the regional station where you get off or use the myki reader on board Night Coach.
For more information on fares, see Night Network fares and ticketing.
What facilities are on board Night Coaches?
Coaches have a toilet and access for one wheelchair.
Where can I find out more?
For route information see the Maps page.