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Victoria's free public wi-fi network

Free public wi-fi is available outdoors in several locations in Victoria.

Free public wi-fi locations in Victoria

VicFreeWiFi is available outdoors in the Melbourne CBD, central Ballarat and Central Bendigo.

In the Melbourne CBD there are more than 400 hotspots you can access wi-fi from, including:

  • Bourke St Mall
  • Queen Victoria Market
  • Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre - outdoors 
  • Melbourne Museum - outdoors
  • on platforms at CBD train stations.

VicFreeWiFi is managed and maintained by telecommunications company TPG and allows for up to 5GB per device, per day.

You do not need to provide personal information, passwords or wait for any pop-up advertising to log in.

Upgrades in Ballarat and Bendigo

Wi-fi services in Ballarat and Bendigo are being upgraded to the latest technology. Due to these upgrades wi-fi access may be unavailable in certain locations for short periods until July 2024. Every effort will be made to keep disruptions to a minimum.  

You can find alternative free wi-fi locations in Ballarat and Bendigo on the VicFreeWifi map

These changes are part of our commitment to provide a more robust and efficient free internet experience for all residents and visitors in Ballarat and Bendigo.

How to access VicFreeWiFi

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

Other public wi-fi projects in Victoria

Through partnerships with industry and local councils, we've also brought public wi-fi to Ararat, Geelong, Shepparton and the Latrobe Valley. Find out more on the Connecting Victoria website