Residents in Holmview now have access to a brand new bus service to take them to Beenleigh station and local shops.
The 567 Holmview to Beenleigh starts and ends at Beenleigh, running as a loop through Holmview and parts of Waterford. You can also get to places such as Holmview Central Shopping Centre and Beenleigh Marketplace.
What you need to know
The new service connects residents in the Holmview area to Beenleigh station, and other destinations such as Brisbane CBD and Gold Coast.
The 567 runs hourly 6.30am – 6.30pm on weekdays, and 7.30am – 5.30pm on Saturdays.
The service runs entirely within zone 3, so a typical journey for an adult, travelling on a go card one way, during peak will cost $3.20.
There is room for 18 passengers and one wheelchair on board. The mid sized bus is the first of its kind to be used on the TransLink network. Its smaller size makes it easier to navigate residential streets.
Ticketing and go card facilities are available on board the bus, and you can purchase and top up at your nearest go card retailer.
Route diversion, now open!
Roadworks are now complete at Tallagandra Drive and from Monday 4 December, the 567 will travel via its full intended route.
Instead of travelling via the diversion at Wuraga Street, the route will travel via Gardiner Road, Ridgevale Boulevard, Tallagandra Road, Rockford Street, Coldstream Way and Pepper Tree Drive.
If you live in this area, you’ll be able to access the bus from the following stops:
- 319735 Ridgevale Boulevard
- 319736 Ridgevale Boulevard
- 319737 Tallagandra Road
- 319738 Pepper Tree Drive
The route starts and ends at Beenleigh station, with stops at Holmview shops and other locations around Holmview.