Students at PSPC are transported to and from school by independent bus companies. For all school bus service enquiries including routes and lost property, please contact the relevant bus company directly.
Which Bus Service Do I Use?
Surfside Buslines service students residing in Pimpama, Coomera, Coomera Waters and Upper Coomera.
All Surfside school bus information is found at http://www.surfside.com.au/school-services/
Yatala Bus & Coach service students residing in Jacobs Well, Jacobs Ridge, Alberton, Norwell, Woongoolba and Cabbage Tree Point.
Please contact Yatala Bus & Coach for all school bus information:
Phone: 07 3287 1427
Mobile: 0417 794 835
141 Burnside Rd, Stapylton, Qld 4207
How Do I Apply For A Bus Pass?
Bus Pass applications are processed by Translink and issued by either Surfside Buslines or Yatala Bus and Coach. Bus passes are sent to the college for verification and then issued to students by Administration staff.
For further information and school bus enquiries:
Primary and high school students—who have a student concession card, or are in school uniform—can use student fares on public transport. Transport assistance schemes exist to help students whose access to a school is hindered by distance, disability or cost.
School transport assistance schemes
School Transport Assistance Scheme (STAS)—provides help for all students (state and non-state) to cover travel costs to the nearest state school.
School Transport Assistance Program for Students with Disabilities—provides eligible state school students with disability transport assistance to and from school.
School Transport Assistance Scheme
Four types of assistance are available for students under the School Transport Assistance Scheme (STAS):
conveyance allowance (for parents who, due to distance, must organise private transport to school or to a transport service)
help for isolated students.
The scheme is provided by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
School Transport Assistance Program for Students with Disabilities
The School Transport Assistance Program for Students with Disabilities provides eligible state school students with a disability transport assistance to and from the school.
Three types of transport assistance (conditions apply) are considered in an assessment process:
Conveyance: an allowance paid to parents for privately arranging transport.
Category 1: passes for public transport (bus/rail/ferry).
Category 2: specially contracted taxi or minibus services.
The program is provided by the Department of Education and Training.