There are 5 ways to get from Crown Melbourne to Port Melbourne by tram, bus, taxi, towncar or foot
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Line 109 tram • 13m
4 alternative options
Line 234 bus • 18m
Taxi • 5m
$13 - $16
Uber • 5m
$13 - $17
Walk • 47m
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Crown Melbourne to Port Melbourne is to line 109 tram which costs $5 and takes 13m.
The quickest way to get from Crown Melbourne to Port Melbourne is to taxi which costs $13 - $16 and takes 5m.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Queens Bridge/Queens Bridge St and arriving at Rosny St/Howe Pde. Services depart every 20 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 16m.
The distance between Crown Melbourne and Port Melbourne is 4 km.
The best way to get from Crown Melbourne to Port Melbourne without a car is to line 109 tram which takes 13m and costs $5.
The line 109 tram from 124A-Casino/MCEC/Clarendon St to 129-Beacon Cove/Light Rail takes 9m including transfers and departs every 15 minutes.
Crown Melbourne to Port Melbourne bus services, operated by Metropolitan buses, depart from Queens Bridge/Queens Bridge St station.
Crown Melbourne to Port Melbourne bus services, operated by Metropolitan buses, arrive at Rosny St/Howe Pde station.
There are 2277+ hotels available in Port Melbourne. Prices start at $116 AUD per night.
What companies run services between Crown Melbourne, VIC, Australia and Port Melbourne, VIC, Australia?
Metropolitan buses operates a bus from Crown Melbourne to Port Melbourne every 20 minutes. Tickets cost $5 and the journey takes 16m.
Tram from 124A-Casino/MCEC/Clarendon St to 129-Beacon Cove/Light Rail
- Ave. Duration
- Every 15 minutes
- Estimated price
- Yarra Trams
- 2 hour ticket
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