Punchbowl Bus Company will be operating a school holiday timetable from Monday 11th October 2021 until Friday 15th October 2021.

Normal weekday services will resume on Monday 18th October 2021 including school bus services.

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School bus services commencing 27th January 2021 are now available by clicking here.

Although there are no changes to the current school services numbered S101 – S121 and S123 – S141, the following additional school services are being introduced along with a timing change to S122 Lugarno (Boronia Pde) to GRC Oatley which will operate 11 minutes later.

NOTE: Student travel is restricted to school special services where they are provided. Eligible students that do not have a School Opal card should apply for one now at and those that are not eligible should be in possession of a Child/Youth Opal card. Remember to tap on and tap off every time.

S142 Lugarno (Boronia Pde) to Marist Catholic College South Hurstville
S143 Marist Catholic College South Hurstville to Lugarno (Boronia Pde)

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Punchbowl Bus Company will operate the following services over the December/January holiday period.

Christmas Day (Friday 25th December 2020) Christmas timetable
Boxing Day (Saturday 26th December 2020) Sunday timetable
Boxing Day Public Holiday (Monday 28th December 2020) Sunday timetable
New Years Day (Friday 1st January 2021) Sunday timetable
Australia Day (Tuesday 26th January 2021) Sunday timetable

A copy of the Christmas Day services (Region 5) timetable can be found here or plan your trip

Punchbowl Bus Company wishes its customers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Strathfield to Hurstville
  • Additional services
  • Later evening services 7 days a week
  • Increased service frequency on Saturday afternoons

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Lugarno to Campsie
  • Additional services
  • Additional weekday off-peak, weekday evening and weekend services
  • Weekday off peak, evening and Saturday daytime service frequency increased to 30 minutes between Lugarno, Riverwood and Roselands
  • Later evening services 7 days a week

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Hurstville to Bankstown via Mortdale
  • Additional services
  • Additional early morning and late evening services
  • Later evening services 7 days a week
  • Increased service frequency to 30 minutes on Saturday afternoons and on Sundays

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Roselands to Bankstown via Lakemba and Greenacre
  • Route change
  • To support local road changes and improved service reliability, route 946 will be modified in the Greenacre area
  • There will be no changes to service frequency or the number of trips operated
  • Services towards Roselands will now travel via Hillcrest Ave, R Boronia Rd, continue Juno Pde and then per normal route
  • Services towards Bankstown will now travel via Juno Pde, continue Boronia Rd, L Hillcrest Ave and then per normal route.

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Other routes

There will also be some changes to accessible bus services. Please check the relevant timetable before you travel.

School services

There will be some changes to school bus services. Please check the relevant timetable and map before you travel.

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From 1 July, the number of customers that non-dedicated school buses can carry will increase.

The new configuration of green stickers for customers is based on a ‘keep a seat free’ principle meaning that customers should not sit next to, directly in front of or behind anyone, unless they are part of the same household.

Customers will also be able to stand on buses with floor stickers indicating safe distances. The floor stickers should not be next to, directly in front of, or behind seat stickers.

Buses used only to provide school services are exempt and do not need to use the stickers.

Special rules for school students:

  • NSW Health advice is that children are lower risk.
  • The NSW Government’s policy is to not leave a school student behind.
  • As such, for general transport services, school students will be given priority over other passengers even if this means a service goes over physical distancing capacity.
  • Adults may choose to wait for the next service or get off a service if they are not comfortable with the number of customers on a service.

To help protect the health of our drivers and customers, tickets will continue not be sold on board buses until further notice. Customers will need to use a valid Opal card, credit card or debit card to pay for their travel. This initiative is applicable across all Sydney Metropolitan and Outer Metropolitan bus services.

Please visit the link below for Information and advice on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

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