What is the Night Network trial?
We’re running all night public transport on weekends, with all night trains and trams, late night buses, and a 2am coach service to key regional centres.
Night Train: runs direct to/from Flinders Street Station on all lines (except Stony Point and Flemington Racecourse), every 60 minutes.
Night Tram: runs every 30 minutes on routes 19, 67, 75, 86, 96 and 109.
Night Bus: runs on 21 routes, departing the city every 30 minutes and some suburban train stations every 60 minutes.
Night Coach: runs from Southern Cross Coach Terminal to Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Seymour and Traralgon, departing from 2am.
Who is delivering Night Network?
We’re leading delivery in partnership with Victoria Police. Metro Trains, Yarra Trams and V/Line deliver the train, tram and coach services. Night Bus services are delivered by Ventura, Dysons and McKenzies bus operators.
Where do services run?
Over 70 per cent of Melburnians have an all night train, tram or bus within one kilometre of their homes.
Night Coach services travel to Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Seymour and Traralgon, and stop at all stations along the routes.
What security measures are in place?
There are Victorian Police Protective Service Officers (PSOs) at the busiest stations and extra Transit Police travelling on many Night Network services. PSOs are situated at major stations across the network to lend a hand throughout the night.
For detailed information, see Night Network security, safety and noise.
How is the trial being evaluated?
The evaluation will consider a range of data including patronage, network performance data and public feedback.
We're seeking feedback from a wide variety of stakeholders, including local councils. To have your say visit the Night Network Get involved page.
Are there different timetables for public holidays?
Night Network runs on all Friday and Saturday nights regardless of public holidays. Night Network does not run on other nights, even when a holiday Saturday timetable is operating.
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.
Where can I find out more?
For downloadable route descriptions and FAQs, or to have your say visit the Night Network Get involved page.
For route information see the Maps page.