Panorama Coaches specialise in Charter services for Melbourne’s Schools, providing transport in modern seat belted, air-conditioned coaches to sporting events, for educational excursions and outings, and to Victorian Recreation Camps. From Ballarat to Bairnsdale; Dargo to the Dandenongs, Rumbug, Coonawarra, Phillip Island, Wilson’s Promontory … wherever your school camp is, Panorama Coaches will take you there safely, economically and efficiently. Let our professional and qualified drivers take care of getting you there, so you can concentrate on the ‘experience’ your group will have at the destination.
Panorama coaches can also supply transport for any group wishing to travel locally or intrastate. For Social outings, to sports events (whether playing or viewing), Snow trips, Airport or Corporate transfers – with vehicles ranging from 21 to 57 seats, Panorama has the right size vehicle for your group. Panorama’s environmental policy ensures all new vehicles entering the fleet operate with a Euro 6 low noise, low pollution, environmentally friendly engine, greatly reducing exhaust emissions.
Buses and Coaches are fitted with real-time GPS tracking, so our experienced Bus Operations Staff can ensure the most efficient use of resources and respond immediately to minimise potential delays or disruptions, if and when they happen.
Ongoing Driver training and continual fleet upgrades help to provide Panorama customers with a high level of both comfort and safety. Several Panorama Drivers hold Hazardous Area Authorities, enabling them to take groups to Mt Buller, Mt Hotham and Mt Buffalo during the Snow Season.
Servicing schools and groups throughout Melbourne’s Northern, Inner and Eastern suburbs, Panorama Coaches are an Accredited Bus & Coach operator, with more than 25 years of providing quality Bus and Coach hire to our clientele.
Email us for a competitive quote or more information; alternatively you may contact us by phone on (03) 9438 3666, we would love to hear from you and to look after your transport requirements.
Featured photo courtesy of John Barker