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    Melbourne: $3.50 unlimited weekend travel per day for Zones 1 and 2 trains, trams and buses

    Unlimited trains, trams and buses for $3.50 per day on weekends in zones 1 and 2 in Melbourne



    weekendtravel - Public Transport Victoria

    Travel all weekend anywhere in Zones 1 and 2 for just $3.50 a day.

    This should help transform your weekend travel. Because every Saturday and Sunday, you can get unlimited travel on Melbourne's trains, trams and buses for the modest cost of a coffee.

    Travel all weekend anywhere in Zones 1 and 2 for just $3.50 a day. This should help transform your weekend travel. Because every Saturday and Sunday, you can get unlimited travel on Melbourne's trains, trams and buses for the modest cost of a coffee.

    Note: myki fares are capped at $3.50 a day for unlimited travel in Zones 1 and 2 on weekends. In order to touch on and travel, customers must always have a positive myki money balance.
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    That's a pretty good offer, last time I was in Sydney it cost me $3.50 just to get over the bridge! I just checked it on here: Fare Calculator - Sydney Trains it's now $3.60 for 1 stop over the bridge from Wynyard to Milsons Point

    here's a Melbourne Network Map, most of Melbourne seems to covered by zones 1 and 2:
    http://metrotrains.com.au/pdfs/Train...Map_PTV_A1.pdf

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    To save money I'd often walk across the bridge, it's a nice walk, great views and my mate worked at Kirabilli Club as a chef so I'd drop in and see him on the way back. I worked at Wynyard so it wasn't a bad walk. Last time I was in Sydney 2011 I had torn ankle tendons and had to pay the hideous fare for the train!

    To save you $3.60, here's a video of a train going across the bridge, view from the drivers compartment. Better to walk, as you get the eastern views over the Opera House... Although I've walked the western side late at night, which is meant to be for cyclists only.

    CityRail: Milsons Point to Wynyard (Over Harbour Bridge)


    CityRail: Milsons Point to Wynyard (Over Harbour Bridge)
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