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College Owned Buses


The College operates a bus service on six routes.
Timetables are used as a guide only. ALL students travelling must be listed on the driver's manifest prior to travel. Students must be waiting at the bus stop 5 minutes prior to pick-up.

Please click on link below for timetable for College Bus Service.

  Bus Run 1 Eumundi/Doonan/Noosaville Timetable 2020
  Bus Run 2 Tewantin Bus Timetable 2020
  Bus Run 3 Pomona / Cooroy Timetable 2020
  Bus Run 4 Kin Kin Timetable 2020
  Bus Run 5 Coolum Timetable 2020
  Bus Run 6 Sunshine Beach Timetable 2020

Students using either bus service must book a daily return seat which is paid by the term (in advance). The cost of the service per passenger varies depending on the distance travelled. The cost is charged to the family account in the same manner as school fees and the same payment options apply.

  Bus Charges 2019

Alternately, if travel is likely to be irregular and/or infrequent, books of ten tickets may be purchased from the Business Office for between $28 and $45 depending on the area travelled.

A College Transport Application form can be downloaded by clicking the link below. Further details can be obtained from the Business Office on (07) 5455 8637.

  GSLC Bus Transport Application


Buslink Services


The school is also serviced by Buslink Queensland (Office Address - 13 Bartlett Street, Noosaville, 4566). To contact Buslink please call on (07) 5474 4733 for more information.

Click here Buslink Sunshien Coast Website


College Expectations of Bus Users


This Bus Users Policy explains the College’s policies regarding the use and patronage of its own buses and the Bus Rules for Students (and penalties for infringements of those rules). It also explains how the buses operate from stop to stop, expectations regarding young children and variations in bus travel due to inclement weather.

  GSLC Bus Users Policy


Customer Service Expectations


Under the Transport Operations (Passenger Transport) Act 1994, Queensland Transport expects to see documentary evidence of procedures to indicate that a complaints register exists to ensure that if a complaint is made, it is recorded, investigated and the appropriate action is taken in response.

The College has therefore provided the following form for users of our bus service to raise any complaints, issues or concerns about the bus services that we run.

  Bus User Issues And Concerns Form
  Student Disembark Agreement

For the above reasons all complaints must be made on this form (rather than by merely phoning the College) and be submitted to:

The Business Manager
Good Shepherd Lutheran College
PO Box 1288
Noosaville DC QLD 4566

Fax: (07) 5449 8086
Email: transport@gslc.qld.edu.au


Conveyance Allowance


A Conveyance Allowance is payable to parents who live more than 3.2kms from the closest state school. Students can be either conveyed by bus or private vehicle. Contact the School Transport Section, Queensland Transport, Maroochydore on (07) 5442 0100 for more information.

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