Caloundra bus station

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Caloundra
Caloundra Interchange.jpg
Station in October 2006
Location 23 Cooma Terrace, Caloundra
Coordinates 26°48′21.08″S 153°07′58.38″E / 26.8058556°S 153.1328833°E / -26.8058556; 153.1328833Coordinates: 26°48′21.08″S 153°07′58.38″E / 26.8058556°S 153.1328833°E / -26.8058556; 153.1328833
Owned by Sunshine Coast Region
Operated by TransLink
Platforms 6
Construction
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone 15
History
Opened 16 April 1992

Caloundra bus station was opened on 16 April 1992 by Minister for Transport David Hamill. It is serviced by six Sunbus routes.[1] It is in Zone 15 of the TransLink integrated public transport system.

Located in Cooma Terrace, Caloundra the interchange boasts an air-conditioned waiting room and travel agent. A two-storey car park is located above the bus station.

Services[edit]

Sunbus operate six routes via Caloundra bus station:

References[edit]

  1. ^ A new bus network is on the way for the Sunshine Coast TransLink November 2013
  2. ^ a b Routes 600, 602 timetable TransLink 7 July 2014
  3. ^ Route 603 timetable TransLink 7 July 2014
  4. ^ Routes 605, 615 timetable TransLink 7 July 2014
  5. ^ Route 607 timetable TransLink 7 July 2014
  6. ^ Route 609 timetable TranslLink 7 July 2014