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About Duffys Buses

Safe and sound since 1954

From transporting passengers around Bundaberg in the 1950s to our modern fleet in operation now, Duffy’s Buses has seen a lot.

Duffys Buses story

Tom and Marie Duffy purchased the business in 1954 and went about creating a service that met the needs of the time. Schools, Urban, Charters, Workers and Movie Picture Buses were in great demand before the car become a more popular means of transport.

After Tom’s passing in 1975, Paul and Lyn Duffy eventually took the reins in 1981. Charter and School services were the predominant focus early on, nevertheless, they went about creating one of the most modern regional urban bus networks in Queensland. From the mid-1990s Duffy’s Buses provided the people of Bundaberg with a low floor, Disability Accessible vehicles long before mandated.

Charter fleet

Where we are now

In current times, Duffy’s Buses still follow a philosophy of providing our customers with unparalleled customer service, safety, and transport expertise. We operate 25 vehicles with 30 staff members committed to this philosophy. We share this commitment with the Queensland Department of Transport, our local Schools and other Stakeholders involved with public transport.

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Our accreditation

Duffy’s Buses is an Accredited Bus Operator with memberships with the Chartered Institute of Transport and Logistics.

Our mission is to give the Bundaberg Region modern, safe, and reliable public transport that provides real alternatives to private cars. Our core values are safety and reliability, customer commitment, quality, respect, and sustainability.

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