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New South Wales & Australia Capital Territory
For 15 years, CDC has been operating safe and reliable bus services across New South Wales and in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. Our team of more than 2,000 employees deliver over 3 million services and transport over 38 million customers annually.Find out more →
For a decade, CDC has been a key provider of bus services to millions of Victorians. We have a fleet of over 600 buses and employ more than 1,000 employees.Find out more →
In 2018, CDC expanded into Queensland and we now operate over 150 buses providing school and charter services across the Sunshine Coast and into Gladstone.Find out more →
For over a decade, ComfortDelGro has managed Swan Taxis in Perth. Comprising a fleet of over 1,300 taxis, Swan Taxis is the largest local taxi provider supporting communities across metropolitan Perth and the regional hubs of Mandurah, Broome, Bunbury and Karratha.Find out more →
In 2018, CDC expanded into the Northern Territory and operates bus contracts for route, school and special needs services under the CDC Northern Territory brand.Find out more →
Buses New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory (ACT)
For over 15 years, CDC has been operating safe and reliable bus services across metropolitan and regional New South Wales. Our team of more than 2,300 employees and a fleet of over 1500 buses transporting millions of customers each year on behalf of the NSW Government.
Today, CDC is one of the largest private bus operators in New South Wales, with a strong footprint from metro Sydney to the Hunter Valley and from the Blue Mountains right up to the Central and North Coast. CDC buses also support the regional hubs of Queanbeyan, Canberra, Yass and Broken Hill.
We provide not just reliable route and school services, but also professional and competitive charter services for schools, universities, charities and sporting clubs.
For a decade, CDC has been a key provider of bus services to millions of Victorians. We have a fleet of over 700 buses and employ more than 1,000 employees.
Our operations support communities across the western, eastern and northern suburbs of Melbourne as well as the greater cities of Ballarat, Geelong and Mildura.
In addition to reliable route and school services, we also provide professional and competitive charter services for schools, charities, sporting clubs and other recreational groups.
In 2018, CDC expanded into the Northern Territory and operates bus contracts for route, school and special needs services under the CDC Northern Territory brand.
We are the sole public transport bus operator in Darwin, serving the communities in Darwin and Palmerston as well as the Territory’s major regional centres including Humpty Doo, Alice Springs, Jabiru and Batchelor. Our team of over 300 employees operates over 220 buses, delivering over 200,000 services every year, transporting millions of Territorians.
Strongly committed and passionate in our contribution to the local and Indigenous communities, we are proud to engage and work with local schools through a number of community initiatives and will continue to do so into the future. In addition to reliable route and school services, we also provide professional and competitive charter services for schools, charities, sporting clubs and other recreational groups.
In 2018, CDC expanded into Queensland and since then, we have increased our presence with the acquisitions of Young’s Bus Service and Rothery’s Coaches. Across Queensland we operate a fleet of over 210 buses, transporting millions of customers across the Sunshine Coast, Gladstone, Rockhampton and Yeppoon.
Our team of over 260 employees delivers over 65,000 services and transport over 2.5 million customers annually.
We don’t just provide reliable route and school services, but we also offer professional and competitive charter services for schools, charities and recreational clubs.
Non-Emergency Patient Transport In Australia
In 2018, CDC diversified into non-emergency patient transport services. We now operate a fleet of over 200 vehicles, employ more than 750 staff and support patients with non-urgent transport needs across Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia.
Our partners include The AFL, the AFLW, Ambulance Victoria, Alfred Health, Austin Hospital, Barwon Health, Eastern Health, Epworth Group, Fiona Stanley Hospital, HealthShare NSW, Mercy Health, Monash Health, Northern Health, Peel Health Campus, St John of God Health Care, Southwest Healthcare, WA Health, Western Health, Western District Health Service and many other leading hospitals.
Moove Media Australia is a part of ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia (CDC).
Expanding globally from Singapore, Moove Media entered the Australian advertising market in 2011 when it was established in Sydney.
It currently operates out of its Sydney and Melbourne offices, managing a range of bus advertising regions in Sydney, Melbourne Canberra, Newcastle and the Hunter region of New South Wales. A key to Moove Media’s success has been its exclusive coverage of the North West area of Sydney.
Moove Media Australia is a proud partner of Independent Media Agencies Australia, which provides customers with a high level of reassurance that they are dealing with a quality agency.
Moove Media Australia manages CDC’s bus advertising, as well as the transit advertising for other transport businesses.
For over a decade, ComfortDelGro has managed Swan Taxis in Perth.
Our sister company, Swan Taxis in Perth, is the largest taxi provider in Western Australia with over 1000 vehicles in its fleet. Swan Taxis supports communities across metropolitan Perth and the regional hubs of Mandurah, Broome, Bunbury and Karratha. It also operates taxi dispatch services, workshops and a training centre.
ComfortDelGro is committed to lowering the carbon footprint of each journey and minimising adverse impacts on the environment and community.
Over 50% of the Swan Taxis fleet is made up of hybrid taxis and fully electric taxis are currently being trialled. Hybrid taxis consume significantly less fuel and emit less carbon dioxide than diesel taxis. Electric taxis are even greener with zero emissions.