Put your group streets ahead
Roadlines Pty Ltd
Our coaches are Australian built, for Australian conditions- their heavy-duty specifications and Air suspension can take on our country's worst.
Our customers can enjoy a climate-controlled journey with comfy seats, large scenic windows, ample luggage capacity, microphone, music, video, and a restroom for longer trips.
Weddings, Parties, Anything
Near or far- we can help you make the most of your group's travels, either to your defined plan, or helping you to put it all together from scratch. Our rates are realistically priced and are based on distance traveled plus the Driver's time.
Seniors & Pensioners groups receive special attention and discounts, while Corporate and Club clients can also arrange their own promotional packages with us.
Waiting for the Bus
Allow plenty of time to get to your bus stop and never run across the road if you are late!
Wait at the bus stop sensibly, don't run around or push and shove to get on first, especially in front of a moving Bus. You need to stand at least 5 big steps back from the kerb as the bus arrives to stay out of the Danger Zone- sometimes the front of the bus can go over the footpath when it pulls in. When the bus has stopped the driver will open the door so you can get on safely.
Riding in the Bus
a seat and then stay there facing the front, especially while the bus is moving.
Your driver's job is to drive you and your friends around safely, so please don't be noisy, annoy other passengers or distract the driver… you could cause an accident.
It is important to keep your bags and belongings out of the aisle.
If it is necessary for you to travel with three people in a double seat, make sure you keep the seat backs in the upright position, so everybody has a comfy ride.
Getting off the Bus
Let the driver know your stop is coming up in plenty of time, and don't stand beside or in front of the driver while the bus is still moving. Try and keep your belongings together and mind that the straps don't catch on anything as you hop out. If you drop anything near the bus as you get off, let the driver know what happened so you're not in the danger zone when you try to pick it up.
Never try to cross the road until the bus has moved off and you can see clearly both ways.
Never try to cross the road in front of the bus or between parked cars.
If a grown up is going to meet you at your stop please ask them to park on the same side of the road as your bus stop and to leave plenty of room for the bus when it gets there. Remind them that parking across the street is one of the most dangerous things they could do… If they can't park on the same side of the street, they should be at the stop early enough to meet you and walk across the road when the bus has moved off and you can see both ways to cross safely.
The only regular scheduled services we operate are privately negotiated with groups. Individual passengers looking for seats on route services are advised to search for "Bus & Coach- Scheduled Services".
Click your mouse on your selected destination to see travel distances and minimum trip times. Use the links to find information on things to do and places to visit on your trip.
Further information on these locations can be obtained using the links at the bottom of this page
Your group will be in safe hands with Southside. Our drivers are accredited to fully comply with medical and Police requirements to carry fare-paying passengers anywhere in Australia.
You will be free to attend to your class's needs and their supervision without any outside problems associated with self drive hires, and every passenger can look forward to a smooth, safe trip each and every boarding.
You can help us too, by ensuring that your group numbers do not exceed the carrying capacity of the vehicle. Our rates are realistically priced and are based on distance travelled plus the Driver's time.
By nature, many school-related events create peak demand on transport resources all-at-once. It pays to plan ahead to ensure that you don't miss the bus!