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In most Australian cities, buses display the international wheelchair symbol if they are wheelchair accessible.
Bus timetables show the wheelchair symbol on the cover of accessible routes and may use the letter “a” on bus stop timetables to indicate an accessible trip.
Priority seating is available on wheelchair accessible buses, with extra room by either drop seating or vacant room inside allowing for a more comfortable journey for all.
Enabled buses include ramps (automatic or manual), trained staff and technology to provide easier boarding. In some cases these buses tilt to allow easier access for those with mobility issues.
New South Wales - www.countrytransport.131500.com.au/ or call 131500
Sydney - www.sydneybuses.info/travelling-with-us/bus-accessibility/bus-accessibility.htm/ or call 131500
Canberra ACT - www.action.act.gov.au/rider_Info/accessible_travel
Northern Territory - transport.nt.gov.au/public/bus/accessible-transport
Western Australia - www.pta.wa.gov.au/oursystem/accessibility/tabid/66/default.aspx
Tasmania - www.metrotas.com.auor call 132201
There are many individual providers of coach services (both schedule and independent hire) in Australia. The links below will assist you to find information prior to booking, information about accessibility and specific services information by state.
NSW - www.bmbc.com.au/links/forms/BCACharterBrochure.pdf for information prior to booking. Bookings - www.countrytransport.131500.com.au/ or call 131500