Bus Services

We offer four dedicated bus routes connecting students from north, east, south and west of Adelaide, providing greater service and convenience to our students. Our modern, spacious fleet of coaches offers a safe and flexible means of transport to our students. All buses arrive at the College by 8.15am each day and depart the College at 3.45pm for the journey home.

              Bus Services

Permanent bus bookings are charged at $275 per term (full time service), and $150 per term (am or pm service only). Casual bus tickets are also available at $84 for a 20 trip pass which can be collected from Student Services. 

We ask that all families pay direct before each term via TryBooking

Bookings

To book a seat on the bus, please download the Bus Booking Form below and send it to the Bus Coordinator, Chris Harkness at chris.harkness@loreto.sa.edu.au

All bus fees are payable in advance of travel. To confirm or arrange payment, please contact the Finance Office on 8334 4200.

Please Note: Your daughter must be enrolled at Loreto College in order to use the bus service.

Bus Route Information

Adelaide Hills (now serving Mount Barker from 2018)

  • Aldgate
  • Crafers West
  • Stirling
  • Glenunga
  • Lobethal
  • Balhannah
  • Verdun
  • Woodside
  • Oakbank
  • Bridgewater
  • Mount Barker

Unley & Inner Southeast

  • Fullarton
  • Pasadena
  • Malvern
  • Lower Mitcham
  • Kingswood
  • Netherby
  • Unley Park
  • Forestville
  • Wayville
  • Frewville
  • Burnside
  • Goodwood
  • Unley
  • Parkside

Mawson Lakes

  • Mawson Lakes
  • Walkley Heights
  • Ingle Farm
  • Northgate
  • Walkerville
  • Lightsview
  • Norwood
  • Klemzig
  • Kent Town
  • Greenacres
  • Oakden
  • St Peters

Western Suburbs

  • Lockleys
  • Glenelg 
  • Kidman Park
  • Torrensville
  • West Beach
  • Underdale
  • Henley Beach 
  • Fulham Gardens
  • Adelaide CBD
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