Grenda's Bus Services

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Grenda's Bus Services
Grenda number 837 (7691AO) Volgren Scania at Ringwood railway station, 2013.JPG
A Volgren bodied Scania K230UB at Ringwood in May 2013
Parent Ventura Bus Lines
Founded October 1945
Headquarters Dandenong
Service area South-Eastern Melbourne
Service type Bus & coach operator
Routes 23
Hubs Chadstone Shopping Centre
Monash University
Parkmore Shopping Centre
Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre
Westfield Southland
Stations Chelsea
Glen Waverley
Noble Park
Fleet 181 (May 2014)
Chief executive Andrew Cornwall

Grenda's Bus Services was a bus and coach operator in Melbourne, Australia. As a Melbourne bus company, it operated 23 bus routes under contract to the Government of Victoria. Grenda was purchased by Ventura Bus Lines in 2011.


Volgren bodied Volvo B12B in Wagga Wagga in May 2009

Grenda's Bus Services was founded in October 1945 when George Grenda purchased four routes from Shaves Bus Service in Dandenong.[1]


As at May 2014 the fleet consisted of 181 buses and coaches.[2] Grenda's Bus Services had a livery of cream with red stripes. It has since adopted the standard white with red and yellow flashes of Grenda Corporation. As at December 2013, seven were painted in SmartBus livery and two in V/Line livery.

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