iiNet Wireless Hotspots

iiNet is a leading provider of public WiFi networks and WiFi hotspots in Australia. We are connecting Australians across the nation with free access to our wireless hotspots in social precincts, shopping strips and business centers.

Wherever you see the iiNet FREE WiFi logo, you can connect your device.

WiFi networks

iiNet is involved in a number of major initiatives outlined below.

Need help connecting to WiFi?

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Public WiFi Help Desk Support Line

Connection troubles? Call 1300 668 847.
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm(WST).

Victoria Wi-Fi

VicFreeWifi is a free public WiFi network, built and maintained by our parent company, TPG, which extends throughout the central areas of Melbourne, Ballarat and Bendigo. For details of the hotspot locations, please visit www.vic.gov.au/wifi.

How to connect

Connecting to the Victorian free public WiFi network can be done in four easy steps.

  1. Locate your nearest WiFi hotspot.
  2. Go to the WiFi settings on your mobile device and select VicFreeWiFi.
  3. Follow the prompts on the screen to connect.
  4. Start using WiFi.

No details such as email passwords or other personal data, need to be provided to use the free public WiFi.

Customer Support

For help with using the Victorian free public WiFi network, please contact us on 1300 668 847.

Wollongong Corrimal Caravan Tourist Park WiFi

This is a commercial Wifi network for the Wollongong Council for their Corrimal Caravan Park on the beach. The "SSID is iiNetFREE.

How to connect

Simply search for 'CBRfree' on your device and once you've accepted the Terms and Conditions you'll be free to browse while out and about!

Anyone can access the WiFi for free with a daily limit of 50MB. Sessions expire after 30 minutes but as long as you haven’t exceeded the 50MB limit, there’s no restriction on reconnecting.

Canberra WiFi

Australia's largest free public WiFi network has been announced by iiNet and the ACT Government. Twelve locations across Canberra will receive WiFi coverage by June 2015.

How to connect

Simply search for 'CBRfree' on your device and once you've accepted the Terms and Conditions you'll be free to browse while out and about!

Anyone can access the WiFi for free with a daily limit of 50MB. Sessions expire after 30 minutes but as long as you haven’t exceeded the 50MB limit, there’s no restriction on reconnecting.

Perth Arena & Perth T2 Airport

We’ve upgraded the experience for visitors to both the Perth Arena and Perth T2 Domestic Terminal, with free WiFi available throughout both venues.

How to connect

To get online, simply look for the iiNet WiFi network on your device, and follow the steps to get online.

Anyone can access the WiFi for free with a daily limit of 50MB. Sessions expire after 30 minutes but as long as you haven’t exceeded the 50MB limit, there’s no restriction on reconnecting.

London Taxi (Perth)

Australia's first fleet of London Taxis have recently hit Perth roads, and we're providing free WiFi in each & every cab!

The iconic cabs are a part of a State Government sponsored trial to improve taxi safety, standards and availability in WA.

For more information on the fleet, and to order a cab, just visit www.lcab.com.au, or call 135 222.

How to connect

When you're in a cab, just look for the 'iiNetLondonTaxi' WiFi network on your device, and connect. It's as simple as that.

Anyone can access the WiFi for free with a daily limit of 50MB. Sessions expire after 30 minutes but as long as you haven’t exceeded the 50MB limit, there’s no restriction on reconnecting.

Adelaide City WiFi

Our friends at Internode have led the way for free wireless network coverage in Adelaide over the past 10 years, and now the new Adelaide Free WiFi network is taking things to the next level!

In addition to the extensive & expanding Adelaide Free WiFi network, Internode also have hundreds of other hotspots established around the country.

For more information, visit the Internode website.