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SSTS - School Student Transport Scheme

Transport for NSW has moved the School Student Transport Scheme (SSTS) information and application portal to This is an exciting step in helping schools and families find all their travel information in the one place.


From 1st October 2021, customers who visit the SSTS website at for school student travel will be automatically redirected to This means, no matter how customers try to access school travel information, they will land in the right place.


If you have any questions or concerns please contact us via

















It’s National Skin Cancer Action Week, and with two in three Australians being diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of 70, all Australians need to be practicing five forms of sun protection. 

Here are our top tips for each: 

Slip: Slip on sun protective clothing that covers as much skin as possible, for example a collared shirt with long sleeves. Try and wear fabrics that have a UPF rating of 50+, as this offers great sun protection from UV rays.

Slop: Apply a sunscreen that is SPF30 or higher. Make sure to use one teaspoon for each arm and leg, front of the body, back and face. That’s around 7 teaspoons (35mL) for a full body application.

Remember to apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before going outside, and re-apply if you have been swimming, towel drying or sweating excessively. 

Slap: Slap on broad brimmed hat that covers your face, nose, neck and ears.  

Seek: Seek shade by using trees, shade-built structures or bring your own shade umbrella or tent! Remember that shade reduces UV radiation, but it can still reach you via reflection. 

Slide: Slide on a pair of sunglasses that are a close-fitting wraparound style and meet the Australian Standard AS/NSZ 1067.