FAQ

FAQ

The bus meets both boat services for all trips except the 6:25am water taxi and the 7:55pm water taxi.

The service is CASH ONLY. Please have your money ready for the driver. TransLink’s
regional service provider QConnect is currently preparing a tap and go facility for our buses.

The bus route from Dunwich to Amity Point is less frequent than the main route between Dunwich and Point Lookout. Passengers switch from the bus on the main route to a smaller bus at the mid-island interchange. Please read the timetable carefully.

The bus route from Point Lookout to Amity Point is less frequent than the main route between Dunwich and Point Lookout. Passengers switch from the bus on the main route to a smaller bus at the mid-island interchange. Please read the timetable carefully.

Dogs are welcome as long as they are well behaved and on a lead. They should not be on the seat and please sit to the front of the bus.

Bikes are allowed on Stradbroke Island Buses and will cost you $5.00 one way. The only time they are not allowed is in a peak travel situation when space is limited and then a person would take precedence. 

All buses travelling between Dunwich and Point Lookout on the main route are wheelchair accessible. The smaller connecting bus to Amity Point is not.

Adult daily travel passes are $10.00 and children, students and concessions are $5.00 and may be used all day on the day of issue. Single fares across the island are $5.00 and children, students and concessions are $2.50.  

There are three bus zones on Stradbroke – one around Point Lookout, one around Amity Point and one around Dunwich. The zones meet roughly in the middle of the island. Travelling one way in a single zone (eg from Point Lookout headland to Cylinder Beach or Adder Rock;  or from Dunwich to Myora Springs/Capembah) costs $2.40 for adults and $1.20 for children, students and concessions.