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Our Community Bus service is provided by a dedicated team of volunteers that can assist you on and off the bus and transport you to local shops, community centres and libraries.

Transport Locations

Enjoy the ease of being picked up from your home with other residents in your community, giving you the opportunity to socialise and form friendships.

Our Community Buses can transport you occasionally, or on a regular basis, to your local shopping precinct. The bus allows you time to do your shopping and run your errands at the bank, post office or library. Our buses also travel to Westfield Marion and local Community Centres to support you to attend social groups and activities.

Access & Safety

All our Community Buses are fitted with seatbelts for your safety and air conditioning and heating for your comfort. We have access for walkers, trolleys and your shopping bags (limited 2 bags per passenger). A lifter is also fitted to accommodate residents using a wheelchair.

Bus Hire

When our buses are not in use, they are available for hire to local non-profit community groups. Hire is subject to bus and Council accredited volunteer driver availability. If you are interested in hiring a bus, please visit our website and complete the Community Bus Hire Application.

Community Bus Timetable

Volunteer with us

Our programs rely on the support and enthusiasm of volunteers. For information on how you can join our volunteer team visit our volunteer page.

Useful Links

Know your rights: A Guide to the Rights of Older South Australian

Visit us

Community Information Kiosk located in the Brighton Civic Centre - 24 Jetty Road, Brighton

Contact us

Phone (08) 8229 9828

Email livewell@holdfast.sa.gov.au

Live Local, Live Well!

This program is supported by the Australian Government Department of Health. Visit the Department of Health website (www.dss.gov.au) for more information.

Funding for this program has been provided by the Australian Government, the material contained may not necessarily represent the views or policies of the Australian Government.