Panorama Coaches provide cost efficient, safe and reliable bus & coach transport to customers based in or visiting Melbourne’s Inner, East, North and North Eastern suburbs. Operating a large fleet of modern seat belted buses and coaches from our Diamond Creek depot, our goal is to get your group to your destination comfortably and safely.
Specialising in transport for school groups, Panorama Coaches have a large number of coaches suitable for school charters, camps and excursions. Charter services are also available for Social Clubs, Sporting Groups, Corporate Groups and family groups both within Melbourne and Intrastate.
Melbourne Private School Bus Services (See Covid-19 update on Kew/Toorak Private School Services page)
Panorama Coaches operate a series of Melbourne Private school bus services. These services run from Kangaroo Ground, Eltham, Templestowe, Diamond Creek, Greensborough, Lower Plenty, Rosanna, Heidelberg, Hurstbridge, Doreen, South Morang, Bundoora, Watsonia to schools in the Kew/Toorak/Hawthorn areas including: Burke Hall, Carey Baptist Grammar School, Camberwell Girls Grammar School, Camberwell Grammar School, Canterbury Girls Secondary College, Fintona Girls School, Genazzano FCJ College, Lauriston Girls School, Methodist Ladies College, Preshil Memorial College, Rossbourne House, Ruyton Girls School, Scotch College, St Catherines School, St Kevins College, Trinity Grammar School and Xavier College. Costs and timetables for our Melbourne Private School Bus Services can be downloaded from the “Kew/Toorak Private School Services” page.
Public Transport Services
Panorama Coaches operate the Melbourne Public Transport Route Services 578, 579, 580 & 582 through Eltham, Warrandyte and Diamond Creek. The new Service 343 from Hurstbridge to Greensborough via Diamond Creek commenced 19th June 2017.
Contact Panorama Coaches Melbourne
Our friendly well trained staff are ready to help with your transport requirements, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 03 9438 3666
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