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Public transport for the NRL Round 8 – Melbourne Storm v South Sydney Rabbitohs: Thursday 25th April 2024

25 Apr 2024

Public transport is your best way to enjoy NRL, as the Melbourne Storm taking on the Rabbitohs. Extra services will help you get to and from the AAMI Park on Thursday 25 April.

The event will begin at 7:50pm.

Before you travel

Plan your journey using Journey planner and check Disruptions for service changes that may affect your journey.

Metropolitan train icon Metropolitan train

Additional return services from Richmond Station
  • Lilydale - leaving at 10:05pm from Platform 9
  • Belgrave - leaving at 10:00pm from Platform 9
  • Glen Waverley – leaving at 10:00pm and 10:30pm from Platform 10
  • Pakenham - leaving at 10:00pm and 10:30pm from Platform 6
  • Frankston – leaving at 10:14pm and 10:34pm from Platform 4
  • Sandringham – leaving at 10:14pm and 10:34pm from Platform 2

Tram icon Metropolitan tram

Getting to and from AAMI Park:

Route 70
  • Trams will operate from Flinders Street / Elizabeth Street (Stop 4) and Stop 7C MCG/John Cain Arena.

Plan your journey using Journey planner.

Bus icon Metropolitan bus

Passengers can catch the following buses close to AAMI Park:

Please note, services may terminate prior to the end of the match.

Plan your journey using Journey planner.

Regional train icon Regional train

Passengers travelling by regional train can alight at Southern Cross Station, change to a metropolitan train service and alight at Richmond or Flinders Street stations.

Refer to the Metropolitan trains section above for service times and platform information.

Plan your journey using Journey planner.

Additional information

  • Please check the disruptions page for any service changes that may affect your journey to and from the event.
  • To plan your route, please use our Journey planner.
  • Download the free and fully accessible PTV mobile app for Android and iOS and access public transport information on the go. You can also top up your myki instantly in the app.
  • Passengers requiring accessibility information and assistance, see Accessible transport.
  • Passengers are advised to top up prior to travelling or to set auto top up so that you never need to top up again. For more information, see auto top up your myki.
  • Mobile myki is a new way to travel with myki. It's a digital myki on your Android phone on the Google PayTM app.
  • For information on ticketing for children and concessions, see Children and Concessions.
  • Passengers needing further information or special assistance, please call 1800 800 007 prior to travelling.

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