Association Members


With the private bus industry being a major provider of public transport in New South Wales, the Bus & Coach Association of New South Wales was formed as the peak industry organisation for the bus and coach sector.

Bus and Coach Association SA

As the peak bus and coach industry association in South Australia, Bus SA members are bus and coach operators offering services across the route, school, charter and tour sectors throughout the state.


The peak State Industry Organisation for the bus and coach sector in Victoria. Bus Association Victoria Inc is the voluntary professional association for Victoria’s accredited route, school, tour and charter and non-accredited (registered) bus and coach operators.


BusWA is the peak State Industry Organisation that represents the interests of the bus and coach industry in Western Australia. BusWA consists of two Divisions – School Bus Division and Tour and Charter Division.

Queensland Bus Industry Council

The Queensland Bus Industry Council is the peak representative Industry body for the Bus and Coach Industry in Queensland and as such is the “voice” of private Bus and Coach Operators in Queensland.

Tasmanian Bus Association

The peak State Industry Organisation for the bus and coach sector in Tasmania. Their main goal is to protect the ongoing viability of the Tasmanian Bus Industry.

International Partners

Bus and Coach Association of New Zealand

The Bus and Coach Association (NZ) is the authoritative voice for the New Zealand bus and coach industry. It is an industry association that covers bus and coach operators, both large and small, limousine and small PSV operators, as well as other businesses associated with the industry, including coach, equipment and service suppliers.

American Public Transportation Association

The American Public Transportation Association, with nearly 1,500 members, representing more than 90 percent of transit riders in North America, APTA is the primary advocate in Washington, DC for the public transportation industry.

UITP Australia and New Zealand

The International Association of Public Transport (UITP) is the worldwide network of public transport professionals. UITP represents over 2700 urban, local, regional and national mobility actors from more than 90 countries on all continents. UITP covers all modes of public transport – metro, bus, light rail, regional and suburban railways, and waterborne transport. It also represents collective transport in a broader sense (for instance car-sharing). In addition, UITP is currently further expanding its presence on the mobility market, including the taxi sector. As the prime advocate and promoter of public transport, UITP works to mobilise political will with its sound evidence, and to create a favourable climate for the sector. As the representatives of the entire mobility market, UITP has a strong voice and significant influence when it comes to defending the interests of public transport.