Queensland Coach Company

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Queensland Coach Company
Industry Bus manufacturing
Fate administration
Founded February 1999
Defunct July 2000
Headquarters Eagle Farm, Australia
Parent Greyhound Pioneer Australia

Queensland Coach Company was an Australian bus bodybuilder in Eagle Farm, Brisbane.


Queensland Coach Company was established in February 1999 by Greyhound Pioneer Australia to body 135 Scania coaches over five years, including 94 for its interstate coach operation.[1] Originally an alliance was formed with bodybuilder Alan B Denning with it proposed the Galaxy body design be used. But following the collapse of the Clifford Corporation, the rights to the Austral Pacific Majestic body were purchased.[2]

In July 2000 Queensland Coach Company ceased trading and was put into liquidation.[3][4][5] The rights to the Majestic body were sold to Mills-Tui.

While many of the coaches bodied were Scania K113TRB and K124EBs for Greyhound Pioneer Australia, it also bodied buses and coaches for external clients. A total of 46 bodies were completed.[6]


  1. ^ "Express" Australian Bus Panorama April 1999 issue 14/5 page 19
  2. ^ "Greyhound-Pioneer/Queensland Coach Co" Australian Bus Panorama October 1999 issue 15/2 page 21
  3. ^ "Greyhound/QCC/McCafferty's/Premier Motor Service" Australian Bus Panorama August 2000 issue 16/1 page 18
  4. ^ QCC auction sell-off prices Australasian Bus & Coach
  5. ^ QCC nothing left for creditors[permanent dead link] Australasian Bus & Coach
  6. ^ Queensland Coach Company - Majestic Body Production Bus Australia Fleet Lists

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