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Newcastle bus routes, New South Wales

Newcastle bus routes connect suburbs in and around Newcastle and Lake Macquarie, about 100 kilometres north of Sydney.

Newcastle is the second-largest city in the state of New South Wales, serving as a regional centre for residents of the Central Coast, Hunter Valley and Great Lakes regions. Government bus services within Newcastle are operated by Newcastle Buses & Ferries, a subsidiary of the State Transit Authority of New South Wales. Newcastle Buses & Ferries also operates a ferry service across Port Hunter between Newcastle's CBD and Stockton. Hunter Valley Buses also operate a large number of routes in the area. These two main operators have an east-west split, with the blue and white Newcastle buses mostly covering the inner city and coastal region east of the lake as far south as Swansea, while the yellow Hunter Valley buses cover the region west of the lake, Newcastle Airport, and outlying suburbs and towns, extending into the valley. Port Stephens Coaches cover the Airport and coast north of Newcastle.

Rover Coaches, Port Stephens Coaches, Busways North Coast, Forster Coaches, and Sid Fogg's Coaches also run intercity routes connecting Newcastle to the rest of New South Wales.[1]

Newcastle is considered as one outer metropolitan bus region for the purposes of Ministry of Transport contracting arrangements.

Infrastructure

To reduce journey times, bus-only lanes are in operation on:

  • Hunter Street at Newcastle West
  • Lambton Road at Broadmeadow and Lambton
  • Maitland Road at Tighes Hill near Newcastle TAFE
  • University Drive at Callaghan
  • Charlestown, near the intersection of the Pacific Highway and Charlestown Road
  • Pacific Highway at Jewells, Marks Point and Bennetts Green

Newcastle Buses and Ferries

  • 100 Newcastle – Mayfield – University – Jesmond – Charlestown
  • 104 Newcastle East – Carrington – Mayfield – University – Jesmond
  • 106 Newcastle – Mayfield – Warabrook – Shortland – Jesmond (peak hour and evening)
  • 107 Newcastle – Mayfield – Warabrook – Shortland – Jesmond (off peak only, does not run Sundays)
  • 111 Newcastle – Mayfield – Waratah – Kotara – Charlestown – Mount Hutton (does not run nights or Sundays)
  • 118 Newcastle - Stockton (Friday and Saturday Nightowl services only - 1 trip per night only - one way service, does not operate a return service)
  • 201 Marketown – Newcastle – The Junction – Merewether – Hamilton (does not run nights)
  • 222 Newcastle East – Broadmeadow – New Lambton – Elermore Vale – Wallsend (does not run nights or Sundays)
  • 224 Newcastle – Adamstown – Kotara – Elermore Vale – Wallsend
  • 225 Newcastle – Merewether – Kotara – New Lambton – University – Jesmond (does not run Sundays)
  • 226 Newcastle – Broadmeadow – University – Wallsend – Elermore Vale – Glendale
  • 230 Newcastle – New Lambton – Jesmond – Birmingham Gardens – Wallsend
  • 231 Newcastle – Broadmeadow – Jesmond – Silver Ridge Estate – Wallsend (does not run nights)
  • 235 Newcastle – Hamilton North – Jesmond – Wallsend – Maryland
  • 310 Newcastle – The Junkie town – Charlestown – Eleebana – Belmont
  • 313 Charlestown – Warners Bay – Eleebana – Valentine – Belmont (does not run nights or Sundays)
  • 317 Newcastle – New Lambton – Kotara – Charlestown – Windale – Belmont
  • 318 Belmont – Belmont Hospital – Green Point – Belmont (Anti-clockwise loop, does not run nights or weekends)
  • 320 Newcastle – The Junction – Kotara – Charlestown – Warners Bay
  • 322 Newcastle – Kotara – Charlestown – Redhead – Belmont
  • 334 Newcastle – Broadmeadow – Kotara – Cardiff – Glendale (does not run nights)
  • 339 Charlestown – Hillsborough – Cardiff – Glendale (does not run weekend nights)
  • 349 Newcastle – Charlestown – Belmont – Pelican – Swansea North (does not run nights)
  • 350 Newcastle – Charlestown – Jewells – Belmont – Swansea – Swansea Heads
  • 352 Belmont – Swansea – Lake Munmorah – Wyee – Morriset (2 return trips per weekday)
  • 363 Newcastle – New Lambton – Cardiff – Glendale – Speers Point – Warners Bay

The 100, 118, 224, 230, 310, 313, 322, 350 and 363 also run Night Owl Service (Early Saturday and Sunday mornings)

Hunter Valley Buses

  • 136 Stockton – Fern Bay – Airport – Medowie – Raymond Terrace
  • 137 Lemon Tree Passage – Salt Ash – Medowie – Raymond Terrace
  • 138 Newcastle – Salt Ash – Airport – Fern Bay – Lemon Tree Passage (weekdays only)
  • 140 Newcastle – Mayfield – Hexham – Tomago – Raymond Terrace
  • 141 Raymond Terrace loop (Monday to Saturday)
  • 145 Airport – Raymond Terrace – Beresfield – Green Hills
  • 179 Green Hills – Maitland – North Rothbury
  • 180 Green Hills – Maitland – Singleton Heights (Monday to Saturday)
  • 181 Woodberry – Green Hills – Maitland – Rutherford – Aberglasslyn
  • 182 Thornton – Ashtonfield – Green Hills – Maitland – Rutherford
  • 183 Tenambit – Green Hills – Maitland – Rutherford
  • 184 Morpeth – Tenambit – Green Hills
  • 185 Maitland – Lorn – Bolwarra – Largs (Limited service extends to Gresford)
  • 187 Maitland – Green Hills – Metford (Monday to Saturday)
  • 192 Maitland Loop (Monday to Saturday)
  • 260 University – Wallsend – Maryland – Fletcher – Minmi
  • 261 University – Wallsend – Maryland – Fletcher
  • 262 Charlestown – Cardiff – Glendale – Edgeworth – Cameron Park
  • 263 Charlestown – Cardiff – Glendale – Edgeworth – Cameron Park
  • 267 University – Wallsend – Cardiff – Glendale – Edgeworth – West Wallsend
  • 268 Glendale – Edgeworth – Barnsley – Killingworth
  • 269 Charlestown – Warners Bay – Speers Point – Woodrising – Toronto
  • 270 University – Wallsend – Glendale – Woodrising – Toronto
  • 271 Glendale – Teralba – Bolton Point – Fassifern – Toronto
  • 273-Train Toronto – Blackalls Park – Fassifern
  • 274 Toronto – Carey Bay – Kilaben Bay – Coal Point
  • 275 Toronto – Rathmines – Arcadia Vale – Wangi
  • 276 Toronto – Awaba – Rathmines – Arcadia Vale – Wangi Wangi
  • 278 Morriset – Bonnells Bay – Yarrawonga Park – Silverwater (Monday to Saturday)
  • 279 Morriset – Bonnells Bay – Yarrawonga Park – Sunshine (Monday to Saturday)
  • 280 Morriset – Avondale – Cooranbong (Weekdays only)
  • 401 Singleton loop (Monday to Saturday)
  • 402 Singleton – Darlington – Hunterview (weekdays)
  • 403 Singleton – Singleton Heights (Monday to Saturday)
  • W1 Wangi Wangi – Lake Haven (Fridays only)

Port Stephens Coaches

  • 130 Newcastle – Airport – Salamander Bay – Nelson Bay – Fingal Bay
  • 131 Newcastle – Airport – Salamander Bay – Nelson Bay – Shoal Bay (weekdays, express)
  • 132 Soldiers Point – Salamander Bay – Vantage Estate – Nelson Bay – Little Beach
  • 133 Soldiers Point – Salamander Bay – Nelson Bay – Little Beach
  • 134 Soldiers Point – Anna Bay
  • 135 Raymond Terrace – Salamander Bay – Nelson Bay (weekdays only)

External links

  • Transport InfoLine – timetable and fare information
  • Newcastle Buses – NB&F timetables and maps
  • CDCBus – Hunter Valley Buses timetables
  • Port Stephens Coaches – PSCoaches timetables

References

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