FAQ

FAQs

Students may be eligible for school transport assistance if they:
  • have parents/guardians who are residents of Queensland
  • are independent students who are residents of Queensland
  • attend an approved school or an alternative program approved by the Queensland Department of Education
  • are younger than 19 years of age prior to commencing secondary study
  • are seeking transport assistance from one residential address and to one school facility
    • this address must be the principal place of residence of the student’s parent or guardian
    • for students with shared custody, parents must select one address to be used to assess STAS eligibility. For shared custody arrangements, the principal place of residence of only one parent/guardian can be nominated. It is the responsibility of parents/guardians to determine the principal place of residence used to assess eligibility for STAS.
  • are travelling more than 1 trip per week.
Students are not eligible to apply for school transport assistance if they are:
  • pre-prep and kindergarten students
  • mature age students
  • overseas, interstate and exchange students
  • TAFE students
  • distance education students
  • tertiary students.
https://www.qld.gov.au/transport/public/school/school-transport-assistance/apply-for-school-transport-assistance

You can pay cash to the driver on the day. Or you can purchase a pre-paid term pass which will attract a 20% discount.

We do not have Go Card facilities.

Please be 5 minutes early to the bus stop. Our drivers do attempt to keep to the schedule however traffic and weather can sometimes cause delays.

For pick up: Please position yourself in a visible and safe location, away from the traffic and HAIL the driver every time.

For drop off: Please warn the driver when you want to get off the bus.

Sick / vomit bags are on the bus

No toilets on the school bus

Lost property will remain on the school bus with the driver for one week. Then it will be handed into the depot.