Welcome to Manions’ Coaches - Bus services for the West Tamar community
Payment by credit/debit cards is available
With a range of buses and coaches from 12 seats to 61 seats both seat belted and non seatbelted available, Manions’ Coaches can help you travel no matter what the occasion because "The Experience is Everything"
All smart card fees are now included in any top ups, you put $10 on you get $10 - Manions Coaches now pay the fee of 2.09%
Below is the link to the NEW WEST TAMAR BUS TIMETABLES starting Sunday January 2020
Back to school services for term 2 2021 is Wednesday 21/4/2021
(General Access service school days only included)
Major stop addresses Launceston 168 Brisbane Street; Legana at Legana Grove, Exeter beside IGA travelling South, Outside Libary travelling North, Stephensons Lane Beaconsfield and Charles Street Beauty Point.
SCHOOL BUSES: Our school bus service transports students from Greens Beach, Kelso, Clarence Point, Beauty Point, Beaconsfield, Rowella, Sidmouth, Deviot, Paper Beach, Gravelly Beach, Frankford, Birralee, Bridgenorth, Winkleigh, Holwell, Glengarry, Exeter, Rosevears, Grindelwald, Legana and Launceston to Beaconsfield Primary School, Exeter Primary and High Schools, all Riverside Schools, Launceston for connection to all schools as well as services to Newstead Schools including Scotch (both campuses), Newstead College and Launceston Preparatory School.
TOURS & CHARTERS: If you’re planning a tour around Tasmania, our range of charter buses is designed to make your trip more enjoyable! From a small mini bus to a full size coach carrying 61 or seatbelt equipped vehicles from 13 - 53 passengers - we’ve got it covered. You can also arrange a hire/drive package to suit your budget and timeframe - contact us today to find out more.
Student bus fares rose as from the 1/1/2019 to $1.80 per ride ($1.44 with smart card), $14.40 for ten rides, $115 per term $440 per annum please contact the office for term or yearly passes (credit card payments available).
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“THE EXPERIENCE IS EVERYTHING”