The College is served by two bus companies, Busways and CDC Cabcharge (Hillsbus).
Determining which bus company provides a service near your home:
- Hillsbus services: Kellyville, Beaumont Hills, Baulkham Hills, Castle Hill, Annangrove, Box Hill and Kenthurst.
- Busways services: Rouse Hill, Kellyville Ridge, Stanhope Gardens, Glenwood, Acacia Gardens, Kings Langley, Quakers Hill, Schofields and Riverstone.
Timetables and Routes
Detailed timetable and bus route information can be obtained from the College Office or by clicking on the following links:
Eligibility for a bus pass:
The School Student Transport Scheme (SSTS) provides School Opal Cards for students who meet the SSTS eligibility criteria (link: http://www.transportnsw.info/school-students). The Opal Card is restricted to travel between the student’s permanent home address and the College. New applications are required for students who
- Have not had a travel pass before
- Is changing school or address
- Has a shared parental responsibility situation
Please note: Students who are changing grade band and are remaining at the same school will not receive notification and do not need to reapply (the system now automatically validates a student’s on-going eligibility if at the same school and going from infants to primary or primary to secondary). Where a student meets the new eligibility the system will automatically update their entitlement and card.
Students in the Opal area applying for a SSTS or TBP entitlement for the first time will receive their card (posted to the nominated address) a week or two before the commencement of 2018 classes. Please let students know new cards for 2018 are not posted in 2017 or during the Christmas/New Year period.
Applying for a bus pass:
Applicants will need an email address to complete the application form.
Step 1. Parents/guardians (or students aged 16 or over) first fill in the online application form at www.transportnsw.info/school-students.
Step 2. Print and sign the form and submit it to the school for endorsement.
Step 3. The College will forward the application to Transport for NSW for processing. If the application is approved a School Opal card will be sent to the address given in the application form.
The application process may take several weeks. Students will be informed of the outcome of their application by email from Transport for NSW.
Updating your details:
You must go online to update your details at www.transportnsw.info/school-students. You will be advised if you are eligible based on distance. You will also be provided with recommendations for other products, such as the School Term Bus Pass, Child/Youth Opal card or on how to apply for an exemption or review.
Lost or stolen bus passes:
Parents or guardians must apply for a replacement school bus pass if it is lost, stolen or destroyed at www.transportnsw.info/school-students.
Bus Service Issues
Please find attached information regarding changes to the Busways Routes as labelled, effective 29th May 2017
If you have any issues with the service offered/received by either of the bus companies, please contact the appropriate company directly on:
Busways: 9625 8900
Hillsbus: 13 15 00 (lost property: 9890 0000)
Private Vehicle Conveyance Scheme
Transport for NSW provides an online service for families who wish to apply for the Private Vehicle Conveyance (PVC) subsidy which is available to families who are not close to public transport and need to drive a student to a bus stop or school. The subsidy can provide twice-a-year payments to help you cover the expenses. To apply online and see full terms and conditions visit transport.nsw.gov.au/pvc.
Construction of the North West Rail Link is now underway with stations planned at Cudgewong Road, Rouse Hill, Kellyville, Bella Vista, Norwest, Showground, Castle Hill, and Cherrybrook to connection with the existing Epping Station. It is anticipated that the Rail Link will be open by the end of 2019. For more information visit here.