College Bus Services
St Martins Lutheran College offers 6 regional bus services, providing transport to students from Naracoorte, Penola, Millicent, Port MacDonnell and surrounding areas. Families can utilise this service for one-way or return trips on school days. In addition to the College bus service, the City Council operate two buses throughout Mount Gambier’s inner suburbs that stop at the College mornings and afternoons. All buses arrive at approximately 8:30 am and depart between 3:20 pm and 3:25 pm.
The College bus services are:
The Mil Lel bus commences at St Martins Lutheran College and travels through Mingbool, Mil Lel and Worrolong before arriving at the college.
The Port MacDonnell bus commences at Eight Mile Creek, travelling through Port MacDonnell and Allendale East before continuing north along the Riddoch Highway past Mount Schank. From there the bus is direct to the College.
The Naracoorte bus route commences in Naracoorte, travelling through the town centre before proceeding south on the Riddoch Highway, from there the bus is direct to the College.
The Penola bus commences in Penola, travelling through Nangwarry and Tarpeena before arriving at the College.
The Millicent bus commences in Millicent, travelling through Tantanoola and Compton, before proceeding on the Princes Highway to the College.
The Glencoe bus route commences at Glencoe and travels through Wandilo & Suttontown before arriving at the College.
Mount Gambier City Bus Service
For information on city bus runs, please visit this page
Bus Code of Behaviour
Safety is the prime concern at all times, as is respect for the driver and other passengers. A code of behaviour must be adhered to which includes:
- Students enter the bus in an orderly fashion.
- Seat belts are worn correctly at all times.
- Students do not eat on the bus. On long trips, water may be consumed.
- Quiet conversation is acceptable. Orderly behaviour is expected.
- Students must keep all body parts within the bus and must not throw items out of the bus windows.