Monday, February 8, 2016

Community Safety Public Transport All Night White Night Melbourne Feb 20th 2016 Parking "Public transport will run all night, on all modes – however it will not be free, you will still need to top up and use your myki" PTV

Public transport will run all night, on all modes – however it will not be free, you will still need to top up and use your myki.

Public transport is a good way to access White Night Melbourne, however please keep in mind that demand can be high during peak times. Public transport will run all night, on all modes – however it will not be free, you will still need to top up and use your myki.
Dedicated transport hubs at White Night Melbourne will be located around the city where you can access tram, bus and taxi services.
There are lots of ways to get to White Night Melbourne, you could also consider exploring alternative transport options like cycling and leaving your bike at a White Night Melbourne bike parking, or parking your car in surrounding suburb and walking to the event.
For more detailed information on public transport for the event, see

PTV Services Available –

Metropolitan trains
From 8pm – 3.30am, trains will be running every 15-30 minutes on all lines.
From 3.30am – 6.30am, trains will be running every 60 minutes on all lines.
Metropolitan trams
From 5pm – 3am, trams will be running every 5 – 20 minutes on all routes.
From 3am – first Sunday service, trams will be running every 20-30 minutes on all routes.
Metropolitan bus
From 1.30am – 6.30am, Night Buses will be running every 30 minutes.
Night Coach
A 2am Night Coach service will depart Southern Cross Coach Terminal for Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong and Traralgon.

Helpful Hints –

To plan your public transport route in advance of the evening, you can utilise the PTV Journey planner on the PTV website.
Consider alighting at any of the City Loop train stations to avoid congestion at Flinders Street Station.
On the night, please check the PTV Live travel updates page for notification of any service changes that may affect your journey to and from the event.


White Night Melbourne attendees requiring accessibility information and assistance, can visit the PTV website to learn more about Accessible transport.


Car Parking
Road closures are in place for the event and some car parks in the central CBD will not be accessible on the night. We recommend parking at the edges of the CBD and walking into the event precinct.
Drop off points for patrons (including those with accessibility needs) will be located on the corner of St Kilda Rd and Linlithgow Avenue in the south and at Russell Street and Victoria Street in the north.

Secure Parking

Secure Parking has locations around all of the White Night Melbourne precincts, and are staying open all night with bays from just $1!
Park all evening from only $4 by booking online and entering the promotional code WHITENIGHT.
Wanting to experience White Night without the crowds? Attractions and installations run all night long, so enjoy the event after midnight with $1 CBD parking when you book in advance using Secure-A-Spot.
Locations of Secure Parking participating car parks:
  • 460 Lonsdale St
  • 11 Exhibition St
  • 474 Flinders St
  • 12-20 Flinders Lane
  • 59 Lonsdale St
  • 376 Flinders St
  • The Mint
  • 522 Flinders Lane

Wilson Parking

As a special offer to visitors attending White Night Melbourne, Wilson Parking is offering $1.00 parking at various car parks around the city, when pre-booked online through Book a Bay. Spaces are limited!
To book, full terms, conditions and information visit here
Locations of Wilson Parking participating car parks:
  • Eureka Car Park
  • Southgate Car Park
  • Riverside Quay Car Park
  • 300 La Trobe Street Car Park
  • 200 Queen Street Car Park
  • 542 Little Bourke Street Car Park
  • Eye and Ear Hospital Car Park
  • 90 Victoria Parade Car Park
  • Park Hyatt Car Park
  • Parkade Car Park
  • Collins Place Car Park
  • 32 Flinders Street Car Park

Bike Parking

Free bicycle parking will be offered from 7pm – 7am. See map for locations.

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