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Victorian free public Wi-Fi pilot

VicFreeWiFi and Connected Cities: Victoria's free public WiFi pilot

Welcome to VicFreeWiFi, the largest and most advanced free public Wi-Fi network of its kind in Australia and one of the most advanced public WiFi networks in the world.

Free public WiFi is now at all Melbourne CBD train stations, Bourke St Mall, Queen Victoria Market, and South Wharf Promenade at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, with more locations to be available by the end of 2016.

It is also in two key regional Victorian cities, in central Ballarat and central Bendigo.

The VicFreeWiFi pilot is managed and maintained by telecommunications company TPG and allows for up to 250 MB per device, per day and does not require personal information or feature pop-up advertising.

To login to VicFreeWiFi:

  1. Look up available networks on your device
  2. Select 'VicFreeWiFi'
  3. Accept the terms and conditions
VicFreeWiFi Coverage Map

Find VicFreeWiFi near you

VicFreeWiFi will cover more than 600,000 square metres once fully rolled out. Search our coverage map to see current hotspots and hotspots coming onto the network in coming months.

Find VicFreeWiFi.

VicFreeWiFi - Flinders Street Station

About the Pilot

VicFreeWiFi is a state-of-the-art communications network that will also be available to pilot connected city projects.

Find out more about the pilot.

VicFreeWiFi - Tram stop

Public WiFi Safety

It is important to take steps to ensure you are safe online when using VicFreeWiFi. Remember, no public WiFi is 100% secure.

Find out more about staying safe on Public WiFi here.

Customer support

For help with using VicFreeWiFi, please contact TPG on 1300 668 847 or visit website http://www.tpg.com.au/victoria-free-wifi

Got Feedback? Tell us what you think!

Please email vicfreewifi@vic.gov.au for further information.

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