Kangaroo Bus Lines

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Kangaroo Bus Lines
Cabooltureinterchange.JPG
QR Railbus liveried Custom Coaches bodied Mercedes-Benz O405NH at Caboolture station
in October 2006
Parent Daryl Webster
Headquarters Burpengary
Service area Moreton Bay Region
Service type Bus & coach operator
Routes 7
Stations Caboolture
Landsborough
Nambour
Narangba
Depots 1
Fleet 99 (April 2014)
Website www.kangaroobuslines.com.au

Kangaroo Bus Lines is an Australian operator of bus services in the Moreton Bay Region of Brisbane. It operates seven services under contract to the Government of Queensland under the TransLink banner.

History[edit]

In 1978 Daryl Webster purchased Kangaroo Bus Lines with six buses. In 1980 the three bus Narangba Bus Service was purchased.[1]

Routes[edit]

Route No From To Via Notes
649 Caboolture station Nambour station Australia Zoo & Landsborough station
660 Caboolture station Redcliffe Burpengary & Deception Bay
663 Narangba station Narangba station Narangba Valley Shopping Centre
664 Burpengary Burpengary Burpengary station
665 Deception Bay Shopping Centre Deception Bay Shopping Centre
667 Morayfield Shopping Centre Morayfield Shopping Centre Morayfield station
668 Narangba station Deception Bay Shopping Centre

Fleet[edit]

As at April 2014 the fleet consisted of 99 buses and coaches.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Our History Kangaroo Bus Lines
  2. ^ Kangaroo Bus Lines Australian Bus Fleet Lists

External links[edit]