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Operates seven days a week
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SMS a blank text to 0459 667 616 and get a return text telling you when the bus will reach its next waypoint
To find out when your connecting STA bus will arrive, text the bus stop number to 0488 TXTBUS (0488 898 287)
The Mosman Rider has new hours of operation that differentiate between winter and summer.
The winter operating times are from 9am–1pm and 2pm–4pm and operate from May to September. Between October and April. the summer schedule operates, providing an extra 2 hours of operation each day and extending the finishing time to 6pm.
Updated timetables are now available on the Rider and at the Civic Centre and from selected council offices. You can also download the new timetable here.
Whether shopping, eating out or simply sightseeing the Mosman Rider is a great way to enjoy all Mosman has to offer.
The new Rider route winds through Mosman’s hilly streets from Beauty Point to Taronga Zoo, and Spofforth Street to George’s Heights. It travels past the Art Gallery, Civic Centre and Library as well as providing spectacular harbour views and access to some of Mosman’s best kept secrets. Linking in with many of the area’s foreshore walks, the Rider also provides stress-free access to beautiful harbour beaches, such as family favourite, Balmoral.
Hailing the bus couldn’t be easier. Find a spot on the route where the bus can stop legally and safely, preferably a bus stop, and signal the driver.
Let the driver know where you want to be dropped along the route and the driver will find a safe, legal place as close as possible.
For your safety strollers must be packed down and placed flat in the bus.
Finding the Rider a bit more than you can manage? You may be eligible for Mosman Community Transport. Phone 9978 4120 for more information.
The Mosman Rider is proudly provided by Mosman Council.