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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
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Devonport to Melbourne / Melbourne to Devonport7 crossings weekly10 hr 30 min
You can use AFerry to book ferries to Melbourne from Devonport on Tasmania Island. Melbourne is Australia's second largest city. As the cultural capital, Melbourne is home to Victorian-era architecture, extensive shopping facilities, museums, galleries, theatres, and large open gardens. Melbourne also plays host to many major sporting events.
Below, you can find all the Melbourne ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.
Ferries to and from Melbourne
Spirit of Tasmania has a whole host of facilities and accommodation options to make your journey as comfortable as possible. You will also find a choice of restaurants and bars to refuel for your destination.
Book your ferry to Melbourne from Devonport simply and securely with AFerry.
Melbourne is in the South of Australia, in the state of Victoria. It is the main access point for people coming into Australia from Tasmania. You can book ferry tickets to and from Melbourne port right here on AFerry.
Melbourne Island port facilities
Check in commences two and a half hours prior to departure. You must check in no later than 45 minutes prior to your scheduled departure time to allow completion of check in and security procedures.
Parking in close proximity to the Melbourne terminal is available, however this is closely monitored by the council. The nearest car park to the terminal is Station Pier car park where parking control operates until midnight seven days a week. Street parking in the area is difficult to find due to permit zones.
Melbourne is the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria. The city of Melbourne rapidly expanded during the gold rush of the 1850s and many of the city's famous buildings, from Parliament House to the Melbourne Cricket Ground were constructed in this period. Today, Melbourne is an impressive modern city, although you can still enjoy a taste of the Victorian era with a stroll through the Lanes and Arcades. No visit to Melbourne is complete without traveling the Great Ocean Road, home to the region's most famous natural landmark, the dramatic Twelve Apostles.
Spirit of Tasmania
185 Bay Street, Port Melbourne VIC 3207, Australia