New bus service to Tarana for passengers to catch the Bullet

GOOD NEWS: Oberon mayor Kathy Sajowitz with Bathurst MP Paul Toole at Tarana railway station celebrating the debut bullet run in September 2019.
GOOD NEWS: Oberon mayor Kathy Sajowitz with Bathurst MP Paul Toole at Tarana railway station celebrating the debut bullet run in September 2019.

It will soon be easier for Oberon residents to travel to Sydney with a new bus service connecting to the Bathurst Bullet at Tarana.

Bathurst MP Paul Toole said the new five-day service would begin on June 1, replacing the Oberon to Mount Victoria coach three-day service which will cease on May 24.

"NSW TrainLink is committed to bringing better transport connectivity options to the regions that meet the needs of the community, and the Oberon to Tarana service will do just this," Mr Toole said.

"This new service will run five days a week, making life easier for those who need to travel to and from Sydney," Mr Toole said.

This new Oberon service will connect at Tarana with the second Bathurst Bullet which departs at 8.07am and arrives into Sydney at 11.19am.

The return train departs Sydney at 3.05pm and arrives at Tarana 6.14pm and the bus will then depart Tarana at 6.30pm.

More information and tickets for the new coach services is available at https://transportnsw.info/