|Service area||Central Coast|
|Service type||Bus & coach operator|
|Fleet||31 (December 2018)|
Established in 1986 after the acquisition of the Dooralong to Wyong bus run from local operator James McElhinney, Coastal Liner commenced operating under its original business name of Dooralong Valley Bus Service. In 1988 owner Frank Caruna acquired the bus runs previously operated by Coast and Country (Len Robson), covering parts of Dooralong, Jilliby, Wyee and Warnervale, with the fleet increasing from two to three.
As of December 2018, the fleet consists of 31 buses and coaches. Fleet livery is white, green and yellow. In 2014 new buses appeared in a variation to the Transport for NSW white and blue livery.
Coastal Liner operate out of a depot in Warnervale.
- COASTAL LINER aihitdat
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- "Deuce" Fleetline issue 186 January 1991 page 9
- Coastal Liner Australian Bus Fleet Lists
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- CDC buys Sydney's oldest privately run family bus company: Forest Coachlines Australasian Bus & Coach 8 August 2018
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- New Coastal Liner bus Bus Australia Photo Gallery