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Hillsbus Volgren bodied Scania K280UB at Castle Hill bus interchange in July 2013
ParentComfortDelGro (100%)
Service areaHills District
Hunter Region
Blue Mountains
Central Coast
Service typeBus services
OperatorBlue Mountains Transit
CDC Ballarat
CDC Geelong
CDC Melbourne
CDC Travel
Coastal Liner
Forest Coach Lines
Hunter Valley Buses
Qcity Transit
Transborder Express
Tullamarine Bus Lines
Chief executiveSK Cheng (NSW) (Victoria)

ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia (CDC), simply known as ComfortDelGro Australia, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore-based ComfortDelGro, and is a major Australian operator of commuter buses. It is the second-largest commuter bus operator in New South Wales, and the third-largest commuter bus operator in Victoria. Formerly a joint venture called ComfortDelGro Cabcharge (CDC), it was founded in October 2005 by Singapore-based ComfortDelGro (51%) and Australian Cabcharge (49%). In February 2017, Cabcharge sold its stake in CDC to ComfortDelGro, and the company was renamed to its current name.[1]

CDC operates services as part of the New South Wales metropolitan bus system under the Forest Coach Lines, Hillsbus, Hunter Valley Buses and Blue Mountains Transit brands. In regional New South Wales (Queanbeyan and Yass), CDC operates under the Qcity Transit and Transborder Express brands. In Victoria, CDC Victoria operates through four subsidiaries: CDC Melbourne, CDC Geelong, CDC Ballarat and Tullamarine Bus Lines.

ComfortDelgro (51%) and Cabcharge (49%) also had a similar joint venture in the United Kingdom known as CityFleet Networks.[2] The joint venture operates coach services in London under the Westbus banner and taxi services in a number of UK cities under the ComCab and Comfort Executive brand. Cabcharge sold its 49% stake in CityFleet to ComfortDelGro in June 2017, five months after the sale of its stake in CDC.[3][4]


Former ComfortDelGro Cabcharge logo

A joint venture, known as ComfortDelGro Cabcharge (CDC), was established between ComfortDelGro (51%) and Cabcharge Australia (49%) in October 2005 to purchase loss-making Westbus (Australia & UK), Hillsbus and Hunter Valley Buses from National Express and the Bosnjak family.[5] The company traces its origins to 1955, when the Bosnjak family established a bus company in Edensor Park.

After the purchase by CDC, Westbus UK continued independently from the Westbus in Australia, despite bearing the latter's name, old logo and livery to this day. It became part of CityFleet Networks, initially also a joint venture between ComfortDelGro and Cabcharge, and now a wholly owned subsidiary of ComfortDelGro in the United Kingdom.[6]

In August 2006 the routes of Baxter's Bus Lines were purchased by and absorbed into Westbus Region 3 operations.[7][8]

Morisset Bus Service, Sugar Valley Coachlines and Toronto Bus Service were purchased in August 2007 and absorbed into Hunter Valley Buses.[9] In June 2008 a bus charter division was established under the Charterplus name.

Kefford Corporation in Victoria was purchased in November 2008.[10] The group was renamed CDC Victoria, but the names of the bus companies within the group were retained until replaced by the CDC brand in 2014.

In September 2012 Deane's Transit Group comprising Deane's Buslines (renamed as Qcity Transit) and Transborder Express in southern New South Wales were purchased.[11][12] In August 2014, CDC purchased Blue Mountains Bus Company, which was subsequently renamed Blue Mountains Transit in December 2014.[13]

In December 2016 ComfortDelgro announced it had agreed to purchase Cabcharge's 49% stake.[1][14][15] The sale was completed on 16 February 2017 after Foreign Investment Review Board approval was granted.[16] The former joint venture was then renamed ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia, still keeping the abbreviation CDC.

In April 2018, ComfortDelgro acquired Tullamarine Bus Lines in Melbourne and operates it as a subsidiary of CDC Victoria.[17] At the same time, it acquired National Patient Transport, one of the largest private providers of non-emergency patient transport services in Australia. In August 2018, ComfortDelgro acquired Coastal Liner on the Central Coast, and in September 2018, Forest Coach Lines with operations in Sydney, the Mid North Coast and North West Slopes.[18][19][20]

In November 2018, the Buslink business was acquired with 401 buses operating in the Northern Territory, Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.[21][22] In the same month, Charterplus was renamed CDC Travel.



The Bosnjak family entered the transport business in 1955. Trading as Bosnjak's Bus Service, it operated a fleet of five buses on a route connecting the Sydney suburbs of Canley Vale and Edensor Park.

Bosnjak's purchased a number of bus companies:[23]

  • 1963: Parramatta Bus Co
  • April 1974: WJ Bale & Sons, Penrith
  • November 1976: Fairlines Bus Service, Fairfield
  • 1981: Cleary Brothers in 1981
  • October 1983: Bowman's Bus Lines, St Marys
  • 1987: Route 715 from Toongabbie Transport
  • December 1987: Macquarie Towns Coach Lines, Windsor[24]
  • December 1988: The rest of Toongabbie Transport[25]
  • June 1989: Calabro's, Bonnyrigg[26]
  • January 1994: Richardson's Bus & Coach Service, Richmond[27]

All companies began to trade as Westbus in October 1984.[28]

In 1985 the coach business of Rowe's was purchased. A fleet of Volvo B10M coaches were purchased and based at Northmead. Following the purchase of Calabro's in June 1989 both fleets moved to Alexandria and later Arncliffe. The operation ceased in the early 2000s.

In the United Kingdom, Westbus Australia took over Swinards Coaches, Ashford, Kent and ADP Travel Services of Hounslow to form Westbus UK in 1986.[29] Since 2005, Westbus UK continues to exist as a separate entity to Westbus Australia, despite using Westbus Australia's old name, logo and livery, and having the same owners. It is now owned by CityFleet Networks, a wholly owned subsidiary of ComfortDelGro in the United Kingdom.[6]

In May 1999, British coach operator National Express took a 57% shareholding in Westbus as part of its purchase of National Bus Company.[30] Members of the founding Bosnjak family continued to hold the remaining shares.

In December 2004, Westbus' Northmead and Seven Hills operations were merged with those of the newly acquired Glenorie Bus Company under the Hillsbus brand.

With debts of $90 million and National Express unwilling to provide further funding, in January 2005 the company was placed into voluntary administration. Westbus's problems threatened a major disruption to Sydney's transport network: the company ranked second only to government-owned Sydney Buses in the commuter bus industry. The company was acquired by ComfortDelGro Cabcharge in October 2005. The new owners pledged to honour the company's contractual obligations to customers and staff.[31] The change of ownership saw the company exchange one politically well-connected shareholder, the Bosnjak family,[32] for another, Cabcharge's Reg Kermode.

In August 2006 the routes of Baxter's Bus Lines were purchased by and absorbed into Westbus Region 3 operations.[7][8] Also included in the sale were Baxter's Girraween depot and some of its bus fleet.

From 2005 Westbus' services were part of Sydney Bus Regions 1 and 3.[33][34] In 2012, these regions were put out to tender by Transport for NSW. Westbus' bids to retain both regions were not successful, with the Region 1 services operating out of St Marys and Windsor passing to Busways, while the Region 3 services operated by Bonnyrigg and Girraween passing to Transit Systems Sydney, both in October 2013.[35][36][37]


Westbus operated services (as of 2013) in the following areas:

Westbus operated these services prior to their rebranding to Hillsbus in December 2004:


A long time Bedford and Leyland buyer, after briefly manufacturing its own Bosnjak JBJ chassis in the late 1970s, Westbus moved to the Volvo B10M purchasing over 160 as buses and 12 as coaches in the 1980s.[26] It later purchased Mercedes-Benz O405 and Scanias.

As at May 2013 Westbus operated 289 buses across four depots in Bonnyrigg and Girraween for Region 3 and St Marys and Windsor for Region 1.[7] Upon formation in 1983 Westbus adopted a cream and red livery, which was adopted by National Bus Company in 1993. This was simplified in the early 2000s to plain yellow. In 2010 the Transport for NSW white and blue livery began to be applied in line with contractual obligations.


Hillsbus Custom Coaches bodied Mercedes-Benz O405 Mk II on Clarence Street, Sydney CBD painted in Westbus cream & red in October 2007
Hillsbus Volgren bodied Scania K230UB at Castle Hill bus interchange in July 2013
Bustech CDI double-decker in Transport for NSW livery at Castle Hill interchange
Metrobus liveried Hillsbus Volgren CR228L bodied Volvo B7RLE at Castle Hill bus interchange in July 2013

In 1996 Westbus established a separate Hillsbus brand to run express services from the Hills District to the Sydney CBD and North Sydney, initially via the Anzac Bridge and from 1997 via the M2 Hills Motorway.[38] However the Hillsbus brand seemed to have disappeared by the 2000s as these services were classified as Westbus rather than Hillsbus in early versions of the Westbus website.[39] These Westbus services, however, are still referred to by Westbus as "Hills City Express".[40]

On 11 February 2002, Hillsbus was recreated as a joint venture between Westbus and National Express' newly acquired Glenorie Bus Company, and introduced a new bus route 642 under the Hillsbus brand.[41] This service linked Dural and the City via the M2 and was therefore known as a "M2 City" express service. On 8 July the same year, Hillsbus introduced three more M2 City routes 650, 652 and 654.[42][43] According to the Hillsbus timetables, these Hillsbus services were operated by Glenorie,[44] even though neither Westbus nor Glenorie buses were used.[42][45]

In December 2004, all Westbus routes operating out of Northmead and Seven Hills depots, as well as the rest of Glenorie Bus Company, were rebranded Hillsbus.[46] At the same time, Hillsbus took over the operation of Harris Park Transport routes 620 - 630, following the latter ceasing operation. The services were transferred from Hillsbus to Sydney Buses on 28 January 2005.[47] On 25 September 2005, after the purchase of Hillsbus by ComfortDelgro Cabcharge, routes 620, 625, 626, 627 and 630 were transferred back to Hillsbus.[48]

Despite the rebranding to Hillsbus, the new Hillsbus website was only launched in January 2006, about a year after the rebranding.[49] The delay could be related to the debt of Westbus and was only resolved after the sale of Westbus and Hillsbus to CDC. After the launch of the new website, it still did not show any timetables of the former Glenorie-operated timetables until May/June 2006, and during this period, customers were asked to check the Glenorie website instead.[50]

When the Parramatta - Rouse Hill section of the North-West T-way opened on 10 March 2007, routes 730 (renumbered T63) and 735 (renumbered 616, now 616X) were transferred from Busways to Hillsbus with route 718 transferred from Hillsbus to Busways.[51]

Since 2005 Hillsbus' services have formed Sydney Bus Region 4.[52] In August 2013 Hillsbus successfully tendered to operate the Region 4 services for another five years from August 2014.[53][54]

On 30 June 2014, the Opal card was rolled out on all of Hillsbus' NightRide and Region 4 routes (including school services).[55][56]


Hillsbus operates the following services:


As of October 2018, Hillsbus operates 620 buses across four depots Seven Hills, Foundry Road (Seven Hills), Dural and Northmead.[7] Hillsbus also operates 62 buses at the Camellia depot designated for Station Link. Thus brings the Hillsbus bus total to 682. Upon formation Hillsbus adopted Westbus' cream and red livery. This was simplified in the early 2000s to plain yellow. In 2010 the Transport for NSW white and blue livery began to be applied.

Hunter Valley Buses[edit]

Hunter Valley Buses provides commuter bus, school bus, coach and charter services in the Hunter Region of New South Wales.

The group's origins can be traced back to 1926 when Amos Fogg founded the operation. Having taken control of Hunter Valley Coaches, Maitland and purchased Linsley Brothers, Wallsend along with their Raymond Terrace routes, all were rebranded as Blue Ribbon. In October 1989 Fellowes Bus Service, Swansea was purchased followed by Singleton Bus Service in March 1992.[26][57]

In December 1993, most of the coach operations were sold to Sid Fogg's in exchange for some route services.[58] In 1999 the Maitland, Wallsend and Raymond Terrace depots were consolidated at a new site in Thornton. In February 2000 Blue Ribbon was sold to National Bus Company with 162 buses and coaches.[59] In October 2005 Blue Ribbon was purchased by ComfortDelGro Cabcharge and rebranded as Hunter Valley Buses.

In August 2007, Morisset Bus Service, Sugar Valley Coachlines and Toronto Bus Service were purchased from Robert Hertogs and consolidated into the Hunter Valley Buses operation.[9]

Since 2008, Hunter Valley Buses' services have formed Sydney Outer Metropolitan Bus Regions 2 and 4.[60]

Since 2015, Andrew Fogg has been the Regional Operations Manager for Hunter Valley Buses.

On 1 August 2018, the Coastal Liner operation consisting of Sydney Outer Metropolitan Bus Regions 11 was acquired.[18][19] It now operates as part of Hunter Valley Buses.


As of October 2018, Hunter Valley Buses operates 293 buses and coaches across five depots.[7] Upon formation Blue Ribbon adopted a livery of two blues for its route service buses and coaches and white and blue for school buses. Upon being rebranded as Hunter Valley Buses the same allover yellow scheme as used by Hillsbus and Westbus was adopted. In 2010 the Transport for NSW white and blue livery began to be applied.

CDC Travel[edit]

CDC Travel is CDC's bus charter division for its Sydney and Blue Mountains operations.[61] Initially established as Charterplus to centralise the charter operations between the Hillsbus depots, this was expanded to the Westbus depots in 2009. It organises charters for the CDC group, CDC rail bus workings, as well as CDC's special event commitments. Charterplus was renamed CDC Travel in November 2018. Originally based at Bonnyrigg, all Sydney CDC Travel vehicles are now based at the St Marys depot with some vehicles based in the Blue Mountains.


As of October 2018, CDC Travel operates 45 buses transferred from both the New South Wales and Victorian operations.[7]

Blue Mountains Transit[edit]

In August 2014, CDC purchased Blue Mountains Bus Company with 101 buses.[13][62] It operates depots in Emu Plains, Leura and Valley Heights.[63] Founded in 1951 as Pearce Omnibus, it operated services in the lower Blue Mountains. In 1999, it expanded with the purchase of Katoomba-Leura Bus Service, followed in 2002 by Blue Mountains Bus Co. On 1 December 2014, CDC formally took over the operations of Blue Mountains Bus Company and rebranded it as Blue Mountains Transit.

Blue Mountains Transit now operates 81 buses as of October 2018, across 3 depots; Emu Plains, Leura and Valley Heights.

CDC Victoria[edit]

Westrans Volgren bodied Volvo B7L at Sunshine station in December 2013

In November 2008, ComfortDelGro Cabcharge entered the Victorian bus market with the acquisition of Kefford Corporation for A$149 million,[10] with its fleet of 328 buses and six depots. Kefford was the fourth largest bus operator in Victoria, with a 16% market share. The fleets retained their individual identities and liveries, with small CDC Victoria markings. Initially, the fleet continued to operate as Eastrans and Westrans in Melbourne, Benders Busways in Geelong and Davis Bus Lines in Ballarat.

In July 2013, the route operations of the Driver Group were acquired for A$22 million comprising five routes (612 and 623 - 626) and 42 buses,[64][65][66] and integrated into the Eastrans brand.[67][68][69]

On 14 July 2014, CDC Victoria launched a new website for its four Victorian brands. Benders Busways was renamed as CDC Geelong and Davis Bus Lines to CDC Ballarat.[70] In October 2014, Westrans and Eastrans were united and rebranded as CDC Melbourne. At the time, CDC Victoria had six depots and operated 446 buses.[71]

In May 2018, CDC Victoria acquired Tullamarine Bus Lines, with its six routes (477-479, 484, 490 and 543) and 36 buses, and which now operates as a subsidiary of CDC Victoria.[17][19] CDC Victoria's subsidiaries are:

CDC Victoria is the third-largest commuter bus operator in Victoria, with 17% of the market. Ventura Bus Lines is the largest privately owned bus company in Australia and Transdev Melbourne is Melbourne's second biggest bus operator with 1/3rd of the market.[72]

QCity and Transborder Express[edit]

In September 2012, CDC purchased Deane's Transit Group which comprised Deane's Buslines which operates local services in Queanbeyan and into Canberra, and Transborder Express which runs services between Yass, Murrumbateman, Hall and Canberra. Both brands also operate school services within their service region. On 8 July 2013, Deane's Buslines was rebranded as Qcity Transit.


As at November 2014, the combined Qcity Transit and Transborder Express fleet consisted of 104 buses.[73]

Other ComfortDelGro operations in Australia[edit]

Swan Taxis[edit]

Swan Taxis Toyota Camry with Comfortdelgro livery

ComfortDelGro fully owns Swan Taxis, a taxi company operates taxis in Perth. Swan Taxis was formed by Matt Reid in 1928 and in October 2010, it was acquired by ComfortDelGro after an offer was made in July earlier that year.[74][75][76] In October 2017, Swan Taxis acquired Metro WA Taxi Management Pty Ltd (Metro Taxi), the largest taxi management company in Perth.[76] The acquisition marked Swan Taxis' entry into fleet management and ownership.[77]

Being wholly owned by ComfortDelGro since acquisition, the Swan Taxis operation was never part of the ComfortDelGro Cabcharge joint venture, and therefore is currently not part of ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia.[77]


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