About the service
The service is available for residents in Boronia and The Basin, aged 65 years and over (or 50 years and over for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders) who are in need of transport assistance.
The bus drives a set route around four hubs. It will divert from the route to pick you up from your home, resume the route and drop you at the hub of your choice.
To return home you meet the bus at the drop off point for the next scheduled route time.
Official carers, if accompanying an eligible client, are also eligible.
All buses are accessible and convenient.
The bus runs on Wednesdays between 9am – 4pm.
There are four runs of the same route through the day.
Runs start at the following times:
Drop off and pick up hubs include:
- the Boronia Rail/Bus interchange
- Knox Private Hospital
- Knox Westfield Shopping Centre
- the Angliss Hospital.
A single trip costs $3. A return trip costs $6.
Register to use the bus
To register you just need to answer some questions over the phone. Call Knox Council on 9298 8000 and ask for the on-demand bus.
You will be sent a trip pass when you register. Each pass costs $30 and is valid for 10 trips. You need to show the pass each time you board the bus.
Pay for your pass
Council will send you a bill for this pass. You can pay this bill:
- in person
- over the phone
- via our website
- at Australia Post
- by mail
- by BPAY.
Make a booking
Once registered, simply call and book a pickup at least an hour before the bus departs at 9am, 11am, 1pm or 3pm.
You can book single, multiple or regular pickups.
Contact us and we will come back to you.
Or call our Customer Service team on 9298 8000.