There are 6 ways to get from Melbourne to Bundoora by bus, tram, taxi, car or towncar
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Line 955 bus • 45m
5 alternative options
Line 86 tram • 59m
Line 250 bus • 1h 7m
Taxi • 18m
$25 - $31
Drive • 18m
$1 - $3
Uber • 18m
$21 - $28
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Melbourne to Bundoora is to drive which costs $2 - $4 and takes 18m.
The quickest way to get from Melbourne to Bundoora is to taxi which costs $35 - $45 and takes 18m.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Collins St/Russell St and arriving at Grimshaw St/Plenty Rd. Services depart twice daily, and operate Saturday and Sunday. The journey takes approximately 45m.
The distance between Melbourne and Bundoora is 15 km. The road distance is 17.7 km.
The best way to get from Melbourne to Bundoora without a car is to line 955 bus which takes 45m and costs $5.
The line 955 bus from Collins St/Russell St to Grimshaw St/Plenty Rd takes 45m including transfers and departs twice daily.
Melbourne to Bundoora bus services, operated by PTV Night Network, depart from Collins St/Russell St station.
Melbourne to Bundoora bus services, operated by PTV Night Network, arrive at Grimshaw St/Plenty Rd station.
Yes, the driving distance between Melbourne to Bundoora is 18 km. It takes approximately 18m to drive from Melbourne to Bundoora.
There are 2107+ hotels available in Bundoora. Prices start at $83 USD per night.
What companies run services between Melbourne, VIC, Australia and Bundoora, VIC, Australia?
PTV Night Network operates a bus from Melbourne to Bundoora twice daily. Tickets cost $3 and the journey takes 45m.
Tram from 5-Elizabeth St/Bourke St to 66-Settlement Rd/Plenty Rd
- Ave. Duration
- Every 15 minutes
- Estimated price
- Yarra Trams
- 2 hour ticket
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