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Australian Open 2022

Monday 17 January to Sunday 30 January 2022


Monday 17 January to Sunday 30 January 2022

Special event services

Free shuttle trams to Australian Open run as Route 70a between Stop D6 Flinders Street West and Stop 7C MCG Gates 4-7/ John Cain Arena, until one hour after the end of play each night.

Route 70 trams run as normal, servicing all stops between Docklands and Wattle Park.

Tennis Precinct Entrance

Nearest Tram Stop

City Entrance

Stop 7A William Barak Bridge

Garden Square Entrance

Stop 7B Rod Laver Arena/ MCG Gates 1-3

Practice Village Entrance

Stop 7C John Cain Arena/ MGC Gates 4-7

Richmond Entrance

Stop 7D Olympic Boulevard


Route 35 (City Circle) trams run in a clockwise direction only from the first tram until midday each day. Trams resume as normal in both directions from midday.

Accessible trams run approximately every 10 minutes. Speak to our customer service team if you need help with your journey or to find out when the next low-floor tram is due at your stop.

Service changes

First to last tram daily

  • Route 12 trams divert via La Trobe and Spencer Streets between Stop 1 Southern Cross Station and Stop 12 St Vincent’s Plaza.
  • Route 30 trams will not run.

Alternate travel option

  • Route 11 and 109 trams along Collins Street between Southern Cross Station and St Vincent’s Plaza

Note: Additional service changes apply on Sunday 23 January due to Lunar Festival in Victoria Street, Richmond.

Allow extra time for your journey and always check for the latest updates before traveling.

Be an ace: Cover your face. Please wear a face mask for your entire journey on public transport.

Get your game on and plan ahead at ptv.vic.gov.au

Service changes are correct at the time of publishing, but are subject to COVID-19 restrictions that may impact tram service operations.