Bus and Rail Travel
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- Posted on 7 February 2014
A broad network of bus and rail services operates throughout Australia, from major cities to distant corners of the outback. In most capital cities, commuter trains and buses run frequent services around the central business district and suburbs. A number of states also operate light rail services, such as in Melbourne, and Sydney has a commuter ferry service. Rail passes are generally state- or region-based. Each railway system has its own range of rail passes, but some allow travel over more than one system. For details, contact the relevant state organisation. A large number of bus services also operate throughout the cities and suburbs. Please consult your hotel concierge for more information on local bus services.
For more information on the many rail services available contact:
Viclink (Victoria) 131 638 or visit www.viclink.com.au
For interstate bus travel, a main operator is Greyhound Pioneer Australia. Contact: 1300 473 946 or visit www.greyhound.com.au