Caboolture Bus Lines

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Caboolture Bus Lines
ParentGrant and Jannette Craike
Founded1988
HeadquartersCaboolture
Service areaBrisbane
Service typeBus operator
Routes12
HubsCaboolture station
Depots2
Fleet66 (December 2022)[1]
Websitewww.caboolturebuslines.com.au

Caboolture Bus Lines is an Australian operator of bus services in the northern suburbs of Brisbane. It operates 12 services under contract to the Queensland Government under the Translink banner.

History[edit]

Caboolture Bus Lines was founded in 1988 by Grant and Jannette Craike with two buses.[2][3] In July 2020 Bribie Island Coaches was acquired.[4][5]

Routes[edit]

Route From To Via Notes
640 Bribie Island Caboolture Woorim, Bongaree, Bribie Island Shopping Centre, Ningi
641 Banksia Beach Bongaree Bellara & Bribie Island Shopping Centre
642 Bribie Island park 'n' ride Bongaree Bellara & Bribie Island Shopping Centre
643 Bribie Island Caboolture Sandstone Point
644 Sandstone Point Bribie Island park 'n' ride Bribie Island Shopping Centre
651 Caboolture Morayfield Caboolture North West, Caboolture station & Morayfield Shopping Centre loop service
652 Caboolture Beachmere loop service
653 Caboolture Morayfield Bellmere, Caboolture South & Morayfield Shopping Centre
654 Morayfield Caboolture Morayfield Shopping Centre, Caboolture South & Bellmere
655 Caboolture Caboolture Hospital Caboolture TAFE and USC campus loop service
656 Morayfield Upper Caboolture loop service
657 Caboolture Caboolture North Caboolture PCYC & Pumicestone State School loop service

Fleet[edit]

As at December 2022, the fleet consisted of 66 buses.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Caboolture Bus Lines - Caboolture". Australian Bus Fleet Lists (Bus Australia). Retrieved 3 December 2022.
  2. ^ The CBL Story QOCS Journal issue 128 July 2008 pages 6-15
  3. ^ Welcome Aboard Caboolture Bus Line Caboolture Bus Lines
  4. ^ Operator Changes Australian Bus Panorama issue 36/2 September 2020 page 29
  5. ^ Sunny Side Up - Caboolture Bus Lines Australasian Bus & Coach 22 October 2020

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