Tweed Byron and Ballina Community Transport is still operating through the COVID-19 pandemic. However, due to social distancing directives, we have needed to scale back our services.
Clients can still call to book a trip, if their transport needs are essential eg medical appointments that ca... read more
TBBCT were announced winners of the CTO Service Provider of the Year award at the recent Community Transport Conference.
This award acknowledges the important work TBBCT does to support people who are isolated, vulnerable or transport disadvantaged and is testament to our dedicated team of vol... read more
Byron resident Ruth Speers and the newly “wrapped” bus (Photo Jeff Dawson)
Arakwal totems feature on new community bus
We are the proud owners of 3 buses covered in unique indigenous designs, one in Tweed, one in Byron and one in Ballina
This newest bus wrap design was created by... read more
On Sunday 20 May 2018 TBBCT volunteers were treated to a beautiful brunch at Brunswick Heads to mark National Volunteers Week, and to celebrate their contribution to our organisation and the community. We also used the occasion to celebrate our services more 30 year anniversary.
It was a perfect da... read more
Tweed Byron and Ballina Community Transport won the Aged and Disability Care award at the 2015 Ballina Business Excellence Awards!
Well done to our fantastic team of Volunteers and staff !
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At the 2014 NSW Community Transport Organisation awards held at the AIS in Canberra, local community transport provider Tweed Byron and Ballina Community Transport (TBBCT), was awarded “Community Transport provider of the Year”. Manager Phil Barron and board member Jenny Hicks accepted the awa... read more
On Tuesday TBBCT feted 100 volunteer drivers, bus attendants and coordinators at a slap up Xmas lunch at the Ivory Tavern Tweed Heads.
In the past year TBBCT provided approx. 70,000 passenger trips across our region, assisting more than 2,800 seniors, people with disability, their carers and other t... read more