Plan your trip

Keolis Downer Northern Beaches covers Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including Palm Beach, Pittwater, Warringah, Manly, Mosman and Neutral Bay, and connects to Sydney’s CBD and Chatswood.

Whether you are planning ahead or leaving now, there are a number of ways you can plan your trip, view timetables or check for travel alerts on your device.

 

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Bus services

View and download individual timetables and maps for bus services operating in and around your local area, helping you plan the most efficient journeys.

To view and download routes timetables please go to transportnsw.info (opens in a new tab)

Alternatively you can view, save or print a route map for the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore by downloading the PDF.

Download the network map (opens in a new tab)
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Keoride Poncho Interior

On Demand public transport

Keolis Downer Northern Beaches On Demand service, Keoride, makes going to places without a car convenient, safe and reliable.

Just book your ride and we’ll drive you where you need to go for the cost of a public transport fare. The service complements the B-Line’s ‘turn-up-and-go’ frequency.

Keoride’s service on the Northern Beaches will pick you up from a designated point of interest within the service area, or the nearest bus stop and take you directly to the closest transport hub at Avalon, Narrabeen, Warriewood, Newport, Elanora Heights or Mona Vale.

To check whether your home or destination is within the service area, download the Keoride Northern Beaches map from the Keoride website.

How to book an On Demand service?

  1. Download the Keoride App from the App Store (opens in a new tab) or from Android (opens in a new tab), to register and log in with your Opal Connect credentials.
  2. Move the pin or type in the address of your pickup location and where you want to be dropped off.
  3. Track your vehicle and head to the pickup location.
  4. Alternatively, you can make a booking on the Keoride website (opens in a new tab) or call us on 1800 536 743.

When does the service run?

  • Monday to Wednesday 6am – 10pm
  • Thursday and Friday 6am – 11.30pm
  • Saturday 7am – 11.30pm
  • Sunday 7am – 9pm

Public Holidays 7am to 9pm.

What does it cost?

For On Demand fares, go to www.nsw.keoride.com.au/fares (opens in a new tab)  to find out more.

What are the payment options?

You’ll need to register for an Opal Connect account to use and pay for Keolis Downer Northern Beaches On Demand service.

Opal Connect is a convenient new payment platform that makes it easy to pay for travel, track your trips and earn On Demand travel credit as you go, all in one account.

If you transfer between an On Demand service and Opal public transport service within 60 minutes, an Opal Connect account allows you to earn up to $2 in travel credit for every transfer.

Find out how to create your new account and more about Opal connect (opens in a new tab).

School services

Keolis Downer Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore operates over 216 dedicated school bus services, enabling school students to travel between school and home via bus.

How to find your school service

Option 1

Not all schools have dedicated school bus services. Using the Trip Planner (opens in a new tab), you can see your trip options on any mode – bus, ferry or train – operating near your school and home. Click ‘Refine’ to then select the ‘School Bus’ option.

Go to Trip Planner

Option 2

Alternatively, if you know your bus route go to the Routes and timetables (opens in a new tab) to plan your trip to school.
Go to Routes and Timetables

Travel apps

Everyone travels differently

Find an app that suits the way you travel in this App list (opens in a new tab).

Keoride

Keolis Downer Northern Beaches’ On Demand service, Keoride, makes going places without a car convenient, safe and reliable. Just book your ride and we’ll drive you where you need to go for the cost of a public transport fare. The service complements the B-Line’s ‘turn-up-and-go’ frequency.

Keoride’s service will pick you up from a designated point of interest within the service area, or the nearest bus stop and take you directly to the closest transport hub.

For more information visit the Keoride website (opens in a new tab)

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