Noosa Heads bus station

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Noosa Heads Bus Station
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Station in August 2006
LocationCnr Noosa Parade & Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads
Coordinates 26°23′17.6″S153°05′27.9″E / 26.388222°S 153.091083°E / -26.388222; 153.091083 Coordinates: 26°23′17.6″S153°05′27.9″E / 26.388222°S 153.091083°E / -26.388222; 153.091083
Owned by Shire of Noosa
Operated by TransLink
Platforms6
Construction
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Fare zone8

Noosa Heads Bus Station is serviced by Sunbus bus routes to Sunshine Plaza, Nambour station, Sunrise Beach, Sunshine Beach and Tewantin. It is near Hastings Street, Noosa Heads and is close to the Noosa Heads National Park. It is in Zone 8 of the TransLink integrated public transport system.

Until August 2011, it was also served by long-distance services operated by Greyhound Australia and Premier Motor Service. However, these now call at Noosa Junction bus station.

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