Canberra Airport Bus Changes Providers, Raises Prices

From next Monday September 5, operation of Canberra’s airport bus service switches from Deanes to Royale Coach. The timetable stays largely the same, but the price goes up: where the old service was $9 one way or $16.20 return, the new one is $10 one way or $20 return.

I’m not surprised by the price rise, really; whenever I’ve caught the airport bus service, it has been largely empty. As with many airport bus options, it’s most appealing for single travellers — if there are two or more of you, then a taxi will likely have similar costs. (I’ll update our Lifehacker guide to airport bus services on Monday when the new service officially begins operation next week.)

Royale Coach

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