Bus & Coach Industry Links
Freycinet Connection to Bicheno - Coles Bay - Freycinet National Park
Daily route services to and from Bicheno, Coles Bay and Freycinet National Park with modern fleet of Transport Accrediated Vehicles.
Bus Industry Confederation
Ozebus is Australia's official bus industry portal; the premier resource for transport operations, employees, public transport users and the community. The primary functions of Ozebus are to actively encourage and promote recruitment opportunities, career paths into the industry, associated educational and training initiatives and business excellence in the bus industry nationally.
Calow's Coaches connects Tasmania's east coast. We operate a modern fleet of seat-belted buses and coaches, providing cost-efficient, safe and reliable transport to school groups, school camps, clubs, senior group day trips, corporate charters, local and intrastate group travel.
Centre for Tasmanian Industry
Providing excelllent, individual service and advice that protects Tasmanian Employers and makes them competitive in their respective sectors
Community Transport Services Tasmania
Council on the Ageing (Tas) is the peak body representing the needs and interests of older people in Tasmania.
Department of Infrastructure and Energy (DIER)
The Tasmanian Infrastructure Strategy identifies the vision for infrastructure in our key economic sectors of transport, water, energy, digital and acknowledges the central role the planning system plays in Tasmania. It details where we are today (each sector's current characteristics), the work we need to do (reform pathway) and where we aim to be (our approach in ten years and beyond).
Derwent Valley Link
O'Driscoll Coaches Derwent Valley Link is a local family owned company. We operate school bus and general access services between Hobart and the Derwent Valley and between Hobart and Bothwell. We also have buses available for charter. Services operate from Hobart to New Norfolk and the Derwent Valley daily.
Evans Coaches is now under new management. David and Luan Berry purchased the business from Luan's parents, Robert and Louise Evans, who started the family based business in the heart of the Huon Valley, in southern Tasmania 35 years ago.
John Weston Architectural Design
John Weston Architectural Design was established in December 2007. Providing a complete architectural / building design service aswell as a drafting service to clients & builders. They specialise in modern energy efficient housing but also do commercial projects ranging up to $2 million in value throughtout Tasmania. John Weston Architectural Design is an energetic design firm with extensive experience in building design / documentation & construction.
Manion’s Transport was started in 1960 by Brendan and Thelma Manion and consisted of two school bus services. Over the 50 years this has grown to a business consisting of a number of vehicles operating on rural school service contracts, urban fringe student only contracts, urban student only contracts, local town services and the West Tamar general access service buses. We also operate an extensive coach service.
Metro Tasmania Pty Ltd is a state owned company established in February 1998. The company trades as Metro and operates bus services in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie. Metro is the largest passenger transport company in Tasmania. Our vision is to transform Tasmania’s passenger transport to be a travel option of choice.
Phoenix Coaches is a privately owned company established in 2002 servicing the Devonport and outlying hinterland communities with school bus and coach charters. Phoenix operating between all Devonport and Ulverstone schools and colleges. With a growing fleet of 35 buses Phoenix Coaches employs 38 fully licensed and trained drivers.
The Tasmanian Bus Association (TBA) began as the Tasmanian School Bus Association (TSBA) in 1947. The TSBA was formed following the commencement of school bus transport in the early 1940’s. The TSBA at one time, was a part of the Tasmanian Road Transport Association.
Tourism Tasmania is a Tasmanian Government organisation whose role is to lead the industry in jointly delivering marketing and development programs that drive benefits for Tasmania from domestic and international tourism. Tourism Tasmania was established as a statutory authority in 1997. It operates under the Tourism Tasmania Act 1996, and is governed by an eight-member Board appointed by the Governor on the recommendation of the Minister.
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11-Jul-2016 - Transport Access Strategy Public Consultation
22-Dec-2014 - Tassielink Introducing a common ticketing system
08-Dec-2014 - Why fly when you can sail to Tassie
15-May-2013 - School Bus Safety Website
27-Jul-2012 - New Tassielink Bus Depot and Workshop