Mt Gravatt Bus Service

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Mt Gravatt Bus Service
Mt Gravatt Bus Service Volvo B7RLE (Custom Coaches).jpg
Mt Gravatt Bus Service Custom Coaches bodied Volvo B7RLE in January 2015
Service areaSouth East Brisbane
Service typeBus & coach operator
Routes4
Hubs Westfield Garden City
Depots Burbank
Underwood
Fleet45 (February 2019)
Website www.mtgcoach.com.au

Mt Gravatt Bus Service is an Australian operator of bus services in South East Brisbane. It operates four services under contract to the Government of Queensland under the TransLink banner.

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History

Originally named Burbank Busways the business was renamed Mt Gravatt Bus Service in 1995. [1]

Fleet

As at May 2014 the fleet consisted of 38 buses and coaches. [2]

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References

  1. "Mt Gravatt Bus Service" Australian Bus Panorama issue 10/7 April 1995 page 52
  2. Mt Gravatt Bus Service Australian Bus Fleet Lists