The Territory's public transport services are managed by the Department of Transport and serviced by a range of contracted bus operators including Buslink and Darwin Bus Service (DBS).
Public Transport services have been designed to meet the needs of the general public, students, students with special needs, seniors and the mobility impaired.
Each year the Territory Government provides buses to transport members of the public to and from special events such as the V8 Supercars, Darwin Show, bassinthegrass and the Darwin Cup. Please check this website closer to the date of each event, for timetables, maps and other travel information.
Darwin bus services routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10,12,14, 70, 71, 72, 73 and 74 operate seven days a week including public holidays (excluding Christmas Day and Good Friday). Alice Springs bus services routes 100/101, 200/201, 300/301, 400/401 and 500 operate from Monday to Saturday (excluding public holidays). NT Statutory Public Holidays
For tourist travel information please visit the Travelling in the Northern Territory website.
Industrial action on Friday 7 March
Students, parents and carers are advised that despite the industrial action affecting schools on Friday 7 March, all school buses will run as per the scheduled services.
Changes to School Services 107 and 108 starting Monday 3 March
Students, parents and carers are advised that changes to school bus routes 107 and 108 will commence on Monday 3 March 2014. Routes 107 and 108 will now service MacKillop Catholic College en route to the Palmerston Interchange in the morning and immediately after the Palmerston Interchange in the afternoon.
As part of this change both 107 and 108 will depart 10 minutes earlier in the morning and will arrive 10 minutes later in the afternoon. For more information please see this notice. For the updated route maps and timetable visit the school services page.
Bicycle enclosure access changes starting Monday 10 March 2014
Bicycle enclosure users are advised that a new bicycle enclosure security access system has been installed and will be in operation at Casuarina Interchange and Coolalinga and Humpty Doo Park and Rides from 10 March 2014.
From 10 March 2014 your current access key will no longer work. To access your bicycle enclosure a new access fob can be collected from the Casuarina or Palmerston Interchange ticket offices (please allow 10min for processing and bring your photo ID). If you no longer wish to use the enclosure, please return your key for a refund.
School services changes starting Monday 17 February 2014
Students, parents and carers are advised that as of Monday 17 February there will be updates to the route of travel and/or timetables for the following school services:
For the updated route of travel and timetables see the school bus services page.
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