The City Circle Tram was first introduced for the convenience of tourists in Melbourne. This free transport is is incredibly useful to many families who visit Melbourne every year. This tram runs daily along the city circuit and covers all major Melbourne attractions.
Passengers are welcome to hop on and off at any of the stops along the route. Visitors will also be happy to know that the tram also has free commentary in English. The pre-recorded commentary will give you an overview of the historic landmarks and their significance to the city of Melbourne.
City Circle Tram Melbourne Route Map & Free Timetable
Passengers can get off the tram and explore the local tourist attractions. A map of the City Circle Tram route can also be found below, with the tram run every day and covers many points of interest around the city.
There is no need for a timetable, as the tram arrives at designated stops every 12 minutes and runs from 10am to 6pm on weekdays and til 9pm on weekends.
Unlike other trams, the City Circle Tram is reddish-brownish in color, making it easily distinguishable from the normal trams (which aren’t free) – you’ll also see the name “City Circle Tram” on it.
The tram route includes stops along La Trobe St, Spring st, the Docklands and Harbour Esplanade. Visitors often get off at Waterfront City to enjoy gourmet dining, shopping and many other activities. Points of interest along the route include the Old Melbourne Gaol, the Melbourne Aquarium, Harbour Town, the Immigration Museum, Federation Square and the Docklands.