Please Note Temporary Changes to Circuit 1: Due to road works, Pedder Crescent Dudley Park will be temporarily closed until February 2021.
Effective from Wednesday 28 October 2020, the Community Bus will not travel along Talbot Rd, Itala Ave, Oldsmobile Tce, Stacey St and Pedder Crescent.
The Community Bus will travel from Lancia Rd along Pym St to Churchill Rd and onto the Churchill Shopping Centre. Passengers affected by the road closure are advised to catch the Community Bus along Pym St between Lancia Rd & Churchill Rd Dudley Park.
Until further notice the changes to the timetables are listed below:
Passengers are encouraged to use the contactless hand sanitiser on board the vehicle and maintain social distancing.
The Community Bus Charter Service has ceased operation until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Bus Services - Charter
Available for locally based, not for profit organisations or community groups with otherwise limited access to affordable group transport services. All hirers must agree to the conditions of hire.
Must be within 100km radius of the Council Depot at Kilburn, although no limit is set on total distance travelled.
To book a Community Bus it is essential that you contact the Community Programs Officer on (08) 8405 6702 or Email prior to making any arrangements. The Community Buses are used by many community groups and advance planning is recommended.
Once you have confirmed availability with the Officer you can proceed to printing out the Booking Form which must be completed, signed and returned to the Officer at least 10 days prior to the charter date in order to hold the booking/s.
Community Bus Charter Form(PDF, 489.99 KB)
The City of Port Adelaide Enfield Community Bus Service provides a fixed route service for all residents, especially for those who are unable to access public transport, have a limited income and/or mobility problems. There are three fixed circuits operating over the whole of the Council area. They provide transport to regional shopping centres, libraries and other facilities. The buses are driven by accredited volunteer drivers who are committed to providing a high quality service to their community.
Council may be able to assist eligible passengers through its Home Support Program. Information regarding public transport in the metropolitan area is available from the Adelaide Metro Website listed below.
Timetables are also available from Council Offices, Libraries and the volunteer bus drivers.