Free Sunday travel for Carer Card
The Carer Card is issued by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to eligible Victorian residents who are carers. Carer Card holders are eligible for free travel on Sundays on metropolitan train, tram and bus services (Zones 1 + 2) and on regional town bus services.
Applying for free Sunday travel
To access free travel on metropolitan services Carer Card holders must purchase a specially-encoded myki, available at metropolitan Premium Stations by showing their Carer Card.
Carer Card holders can request a full fare or concession myki. To purchase a concession myki, you must a resident of Victoria and have a valid concession card, see Concessions.
When buying your myki, you must present your DHHS Carer Card to station booking office staff to receive the free Sunday travel benefit.
Victorian Seniors Card holders, Disability Support Pensioners and Carer Payment recipients are now eligible for a free myki which contains a free weekend travel entitlement. For more information, see Free weekend travel.
How to travel on Sundays
On metropolitan services, your myki will automatically give you free travel on Sunday within Zones 1 and 2 when you touch on and touch off.
On regional town bus services, you should show your Carer Card on Sundays to access free travel.
When using your free travel entitlements on metropolitan trains, trams and buses, you must also carry proof of eligibility ie. a Carer Card and a concession card if applicable.
For more information on the Victorian Carer Card, see Victorian Carer Card.