myki is your ticket to travel on Melbourne's trains, trams and buses, V/Line commuter train services and buses in Seymour, Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, the Latrobe Valley and Warragul.
You can buy and top up your myki at over 800 retailers including all 7-Eleven stores, the ticket office window at Premium Stations and staffed myki enabled V/Line stations, from a myki machine (full fare myki cards only) located at all train stations and major tram and bus interchanges, on this website and by calling 1800 800 007.
Pre-loaded myki cards are available from some staffed V/Line stations outside the myki area and from V/Line conductors for customers who board services at unstaffed stations.
Customers are advised to only purchase myki cards from the authorised outlets listed above.
*When travelling entirely in the Free Tram Zone, you don't need to touch on or carry a myki card.
Use the links below to learn more about myki
- Metropolitan myki fares: Find out how much your metropolitan myki fare will cost.
- Regional myki fares: Find out how much your myki fare will cost for V/Line commuter train services and buses in Seymour, Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, the Latrobe Valley and Warragul.
- myki money: With myki money, you pay as you go. Top up with myki money to access 2 hour and daily fares.
- myki pass: If you travel every day, myki pass may be best for you. Buy myki pass days (a 7-day pass or between 28 and 365 consecutive days) to travel as many times as you like in your chosen zone/s.
- myki Visitor Value Pack: Visitors to Melbourne can buy a special myki Visitor Value Pack to travel on the public transport network.
- Buying your myki: The card price for a full fare myki is $6 and $3 for a concession, seniors or child myki.
- Topping up your myki: Top up your myki before you travel, or let auto top up do the work for you.
- Registering your myki:There are many benefits to registering your myki including balance protection, auto top up and managing your myki online.
- myki retail outlets: Locate your nearest myki retail outlet with the online locator tool.
- myki equipment:There are four pieces of myki equipment on the public transport network: myki machines, myki readers, myki checks and myki gates.
- Touching on and off:You must touch on and off to pay your fare and ensure that you are travelling with a valid ticket.
- V/Line: Find all the information you need to know about travelling on the V/Line train commuter services or visit vline.com.au to purchase a paper ticket for long distance travel.
- Default fares: If you do not touch off at the end of your trip, the myki system does not have all the information it needs to calculate your fare and it will therefore charge a default fare.
- Commuter Club: The myki Commuter Club is a program allowing companies to buy 365 day myki passes on behalf of their staff at a discounted rate.
- myki frequently asked questions: view the answers to frequently asked questions about myki.
- Website maintenance: Find out when the mymyki and PTV websites will be unavailable due to planned maintenance works.