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Travelling to school 

Buderim Mountain State School is located in the heart of Buderim Village on Main Street, close to bus stops and with safe pedestrian access. To limit traffic in the streets of Buderim and also encourage environmentally sustainable travel methods, we encourage families to consider alternative means of arriving at school, other than by car. Below are some links to useful PDFs about alternative travel methods including cycling, walking and catching the bus.
We also offer a Walking Wednesdays program that runs every week with support from the local police and community volunteers. To register your child and find out more information about the Walking Wednesdays commencement locations, contact the Buderim Police Beat on (07) 5445 1661 or ask at the school office for a registration form.
For more information about public transport options, including registering for a student bus pass, please contact TransLink on (07) 5452 1800 or visit their website. visit their website.
    

 

What is TravelSmart Sunshine Coast?

 

 The TravelSmart Schools program aims to:

  • Raise awareness about the impacts of high car usage on our environment and community;
  • Improve road safety by reducing traffic congestion around our school
  • Encourage children to make independent travel choices by recognising the influences of ‘the car culture’.

How can your family be TravelSmart?

 

Travelling smart to and from school is simple; all you need to do is leave the car at home and walk, cycle, catch public transport or carpool instead. You can make a difference, even if it is only one day a week! Click on the links below for more information.

 

Read me first - Your guide to travelling to school (PDF, 504 KB)

Cycling with your child (PDF, 166 KB)

Bus Travel - Code of conduct PDF, 17 KB)

 

If you would like more TravelSmart info visit website

https://www.travelsmartsunshinecoast.com.au/

 or call Sunshine Coast Council on (07) 5475 7272.