Bathurst Community Transport

Bathurst Community Transport

Bathurst Community Transport offers a subsidised transport service to eligible community members to help them remain independent in their own home.

Our transport is completely door-to-door, with our driver greeting you at your front door and making sure you get to the vehicle safely. And you’ll be escorted safely back to your door on the return journey. We offer transport around Bathurst, to regional centres of Orange, Lithgow, Dubbo and Katoomba and trips to Sydney. Bookings are essential.

Did you know Bathurst Community Transport ran the first ever Community Transport buses and has been operating since 1978. Now there is Community Transport in every local government area in Australia. Another great idea to come out of Bathurst.

Our office is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4.15pm, and can be contacted on 6331 3322. We do have an answering machine to receive messages outside of office hours.

Address16 Vale Rd, South Bathurst NSW 2795
Office Hours: 8:30am to 4:15pm Monday to Friday
Post: PO Box 9011, West Bathurst, NSW, 2795
Phone: (02) 6331 3322

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Bathurst Community Transport Services

BCT offers transport around Bathurst, to regional centres of Orange, Lithgow, Dubbo and Katoomba and trips to Sydney.  All trips must be prebooked. This program runs Monday-Friday, (excluding public holidays).

Become a Client

Become a Client

Cost of Service

Cost of Service


Client Booklet


Services Brochure

Radiation Bus

Radiation Bus

Social Outings

Social Outings

Our Volunteers

‘Volunteers are not paid, not because they are worthless; they are not paid because they are priceless’.

The birth place of Community Transport in NSW was in Bathurst in 1978, thanks to a group of community-minded people working together. This group of individuals recognised the need for people to connect with their communities, thus volunteering was at the heart of Bathurst Community Transport (BCT) since its conception 40 years ago.

Our Volunteers drive around 200,000 kilometres per year, both in town and out of town, providing group or individual transport to those who are aged, frail and/or have disabilities, or are transport disadvantaged, providing the support to be able to do the things they need to do, would like to do, or dream to do.


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