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 Territory Transit.
Public Transport services have been designed to meet the needs of the general public, students, students with special needs, seniors and the mobility impaired.
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.
Darwin Interchange Closed - Friday 27 to Sunday 30 November 2015 and Friday 4 to Sunday 6 December 2015
Darwin Bus Interchange will close due to works from 7pm Friday 27 to Sunday 30 November and then again from 7pm Friday 4 to Sunday 6 December 2015 due to road works.
All bus services will depart from temporary bays on Smith Street near Rorkes and Browns Mart and will resume departing from their usual bays at Darwin Interchange on the Monday morning following the closure.
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Casuarina Bus Interchange ticket office closure – Saturday 28 November 2015
The Casuarina Bus Interchange ticket office will be closed on Saturday 28 November. All tickets can be purchased on the bus using cash.
For more information about bus services phone 8924 7666 or visit the Darwin Public Bus Services page.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Increased Darwinbus services to the Waterfront starting Friday 30 October 2015
Starting Friday 30 October 2015, the bus route 14 will include the Waterfront Precinct.
The new route 14 will deliver 15 14(c) services on weekdays and eight 14(c) services on weekends/public holidays to the Waterfront Precinct including the CDU campus.
Two new bus stops on the inbound and outbound side of Kitchener Drive (near the pedestrian crossing) will be utilised as part of the route 14(c) services.
In addition, the 14(b) services will continue to provide six services on weekends/public holidays to the bus stop near the McMinn Street/Stokes Hill roundabout.
Visit the Darwin public bus services page for the updated route map and timetable.
Changes to seating arrangements on school buses starting Monday 19 October 2015
Parents, carers, teachers and students are advised that as of Monday 19 October 2015, ‘2 for 3’ seating arrangements will be permitted on some school buses fitted with seat belts.
As of Monday 19 October 2015, children who weigh less than 38kg will be able to sit in the centre of a bench seat and wear a seat belt. This change will allow more students to sit down and wear a seat belt.
All children must comply with the Code of Conduct for School Bus Travel and follow bus driver instructions.
To view the updated policy click here.
Changes to school bus services 215, 407 408, 421 and 427 - Commencing Thursday 24 September 2015
Students, parents and teachers are advised that due to road works on Strangways Rd starting on Thursday 24 September, school bus routes 215, 407, 408, 421 and 427 will deviate around the work site.
Students currently using school bus route 407 in the morning from Hayball Rd will now need to catch school bus route 421 at 7:18am.
Students currently using school bus routes 427, 427A and 427B on Forest Dr and Gonnerman Rd in the morning will now need to catch school bus route 215 at 7:45am.
Students should check the new maps for the affected school bus routes, which are available on the Darwin school bus services page.
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