Community Transport

Overview

Community Transport offers accessible transport services to the transport disadvantaged including but not restricted to people with disabilities and their carers, veterans, frail aged and Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) clients, living in the Snowy Valleys Region.

 

Adelong, Brungle, Talbingo & Tumut Service

Tumut District Community Transport have been providing community transport in the region for over 30 years, whatever your travel needs they can assist.

Office Hours: 8.00am to 4.00pm, Monday to Friday 

  • Adelong, Brungle & Tumut:  

Phone (02) 6941 2591 (please leave a message if unanswered)  

  • Talbingo:

Phone (02) 6949 5641 - to speak with Lorraine Oliver

 
Travel

Trips are conducted as needs require. They provide transport for medical appointments, shopping, and recreation. Group transport for organisations can also be arranged.  Conditions apply.

Car Transport – available in/out of town on request

Bus Transport - see below for Time Table 

Please book three (3) days in advance of travel to ensure your seat

Destination Day Depart Tumut (approx) Depart Wagga (approx) Arrive Tumut (approx)
 Tumut to Wagga via  Adelong Return  Monday 8.00am 2.00pm 3.30pm
 Tumut to Wagga Return Thursday 8.00am 2.00pm 3.30pm
 Tumut to Adelong Return  Tuesday  By Appointment    
 Tumut to Brungle Return Every 2nd Tuesday By Appointment    
 Around Tumut All Weekdays By Appointment    

Please Note: When making medical appointments in Wagga, Canberra or Albury, please ensure you book appointments between 10.30am and 1.30pm. 

Prices

All destinations are set by service fee policy and per Km rate and are subject to change.

A general guide is:

  • Bus to Wagga return $10.00
  • Car to Wagga return $50.00

For more detailed information call (02) 6941 2591 or visit bizline direct

About Tumut District Community Transport (TDCT)

Tumut District Community Transport is an accredited local non-profit volunteer service for the community.   TDCT services Tumut, Adelong, Talbingo, Brungle and all areas in between.

Referral: All passengers are assessed by TDCT due to part Government funding.

Facilities Note: CHSP (frail elderly should be referred by My Aged Care 1800 200 422 for ongoing support. All residents supported regardless.)

The service owned vehicle fleet have all the modifications to cater for all accessibility needs.

  • Five Honda Odyssey Station Wagons
  • A Bus is fitted with hoist and accommodates one wheelchair 
  • A Mini Bus, 10 and 11 seater buses are also available

Contact Details:

Tumut District Community Transport  

Community Support Centre, 81 Capper St, Tumut NSW 2720

Email: comtrans@snowyvalleys.nsw.gov.au

 

Tumbarumba & Khancoban Service

Phone (02) 6948 9161

Bookings can be made between 8.30am and 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.

The Tumbarumba Multi Service Outlet (MSO) offers community transport for those in the CHSP target group and those in the community who are disadvantaged because of isolation and lack of transport.  All vehicles are driven by volunteers.

Contact Us:

Tumbarumba Multi Service Outlet

Rural Transaction Centre, 10 Bridge Street, Tumbarumba 

Ph (02) 6948 9161

 

Batlow

The Batlow township is serviced by Valmar - Phone: (02) 6949 1006 

Valmar Community Centre, 49 Pioneer Street, Batlow

 For more information visit Valmar’s website