Community transport

The Onkaparinga Community Transport Service is a central point of contact for information and referral regarding local transport options for transport-disadvantaged residents.

A range of door to door services are available to take you to medical appointments, social activities, your nearest shopping centre, library or community centre.

Transport options include community buses, cars and taxis. We will work with you to determine your eligibility and find the best option for your situation.

We work closely with local community transport providers to ensure there is a coordinated approach to servicing the transport needs of residents.

Local transport providers include:

  • City of Onkaparinga Community Transport Service
  • Noarlunga Volunteer Transport Service
  • Willunga District Community Bus.

To talk about your transport options please call 1300 365 729.

Funded by the City of Onkaparinga, Department of Human Services and the Commonwealth Home Support Program.

Community Bus

The Community Bus provides transport to residents, who are aged, isolated and young people with disabilities, who are transport disadvantaged with limited access to private or public transport.

We provide transport to attend your nearest shopping centre, community centre, library or social club.

The service operates in most areas on weekdays. Passengers are collected between 8.30-11am and return times vary for each area. A gold coin donation per journey is encouraged.

Information on the eligibility criteria and an application form is available by contacting Community Transport on 1300 365 729.

Bookings are taken between the hours of 9am – 3pm Monday to Friday.

Noarlunga Volunteer Transport Service

The Noarlunga Volunteer Transport Service is a volunteer organisation that provides transport assistance to the frail or at risk aged residents within the City of Onkaparinga and is available Monday to Friday.

Transport assistance is provided for essential appointments. A shopping companion service is also available subject to availability.

All bookings require a minimum of 48 hours notice. Visit http://nvts.org.au/ or phone 7127 1840.

Willunga District Community Bus

The transport service is a volunteer service for people who are frail, aged, isolated, younger people with disabilities and transport disadvantaged people with no access to private or public transport providing transport to attend their nearest shopping centre, community centre, library and seniors clubs.

The service operates in the outer south areas including Aldinga, Sellicks Beach, McLaren Vale, Port Willunga and Willunga on week days.

There is a limited charter service available to eligible non-profit community groups in the Willunga and surrounding districts.

Limited services available. For bookings or more information please call 8557 7899.

Office hours are 8.30-11.30am (message bank available outside these times).

Public transport

Public transport is cost effective. Trains, trams and buses are now more accessible for people living with a disability.

Concessions are available when travelling with an approved concession or student card. Senior Card holders can travel free at certain times on weekdays, all weekend and public holidays. Companions/carers accompanying a person with a disability may also travel for free.

Eligibility criteria applies. Find out more at Adelaide Metro or contact 1300 311 108.