|Service area||Northern Melbourne|
|Service type||Bus & coach operator|
|Fleet||44 (May 2014)|
|Chief executive||Peter Wright|
In 1955 Clarrie Wright began operating a Reo on routes 510 Melville Road – High Street and 511 North Essendon – Sydney Road along with six other operators. By 1969 Wright had bought out the other operators and formed Moreland Buslines.
In 1973 the business of Thompson Roadlines was purchased with Moreland entering the coach charter market and later operating safari tours to Central Australia. In July 1985 Taranto Bus Lines was purchased with route 512 Strathmore – East Coburg followed by Geographical Tours and Bakers Bus Lines. In 1996 Landmark Tours was purchased and Moreland began to operate services under contract to Greyhound Pioneer Australia, a relationship that continues as at 2014.
In the early 2010's Morelands further expanded with the purchase of GBS in Wonthaggi. In early 2013 Phillip Island Buslines was purchased. Wonthaggi and Philip Island then became South Coast Bus and Phillip Island Bus respectively.
- 510 Essendon – Ivanhoe via Brunswick West, Moreland station, Thornbury & Fairfield (Daily)
- 512 Strathmore – East Coburg via Pascoe Vale South & Coburg (Monday to Saturday)
As at May 2014 the fleet consisted of 41 buses and coaches. The fleet livery is off white with light and dark green stripes. As at May 2014 eight Scania coaches are painted in Greyhound Australia livery. These are used on services to Sydney and Brisbane.