Getting to
Lindisfarne

Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School offers a range of transport options for getting your children to school on time including our school-run bus service and direct route access for Surfside Buslines.

Lindisfarne buses

Travelling to and from home

The Lindisfarne Bus service is available for children who live in Queensland and south of Ocean Shores. Students must be travelling from home to school, and/or school to home.

The Lindisfarne Bus Application Form must be completed and accepted prior to travel.

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Travelling between campuses

The Lindisfarne intercampus buses are available to:

  • Junior School students who have siblings at the Mahers Lane campus — this service ensures safe travel between campuses for our youngest students who need to travel to and from home with their older siblings in Middle or Senior School; and
  • Middle School students travelling to OOSHC in the afternoons.

There is no charge for students accessing the Lindisfarne intercampus bus service, however, restrictions apply to Middle and Senior School students.

Please contact us if you have any queries in relation to the Lindisfarne buses.

BusMinder – Keeping Students Safe

Lindisfarne operates the BusMinder App on all of our daily Lindisfarne bus routes – more information on BusMinder can be found on the BusMinder website 

Please note that Middle and Senior School students need to carry their Student ID card, which is also their bus pass for BusMinder, and they must have it with them whenever they board and disembark a Lindisfarne bus. 

If you have a Junior School student travelling with us, they will be issued with a blue tag that attaches to their school bag for use with BusMinder.

To set-up the BusMinder please download the user guide below.

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Kinetic (Surfside) Buslines

Kinetic (Surfside) Buslines provide students in New South Wales with transport to our school.

Please be advised of this important notification in preparation for Term 1 2023.

 Who should apply/reapply?

  • All students new to Lindisfarne.
  • Students with a 2022 bus pass who need to update or change any of their details.
  • Students without a bus pass who wish to travel on a bus. EG Current students who now wish to travel by bus.

Who doesn’t need to apply / reapply?

  •  Students who currently have a bus pass for 2022 which do not fall into the above categories
  • Students without a bus pass not wishing to travel on the bus

Please visit the below link for more information on applying for a School Bus Pass.

Transport NSW – School student travel

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School Drive Subsidy

The School Drive Subsidy is administered by Transport for NSW and is available to NSW residents in areas where there is no public transport, to drive an eligible student all or part of the way to school. The subsidy is only intended to partly offset the cost of using a private vehicle to drive the eligible student and is not intended to cover all costs.

For further information and eligibility please visit the Transport NSW website or call 131 500.

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The staff and students of Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which our school is situated. We acknowledge the Minjungbal people of the Bundjalung Nation and pay our respects to Elders past and present. We extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who visit our school.

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