Access Guide

City of Unley's Access Guide provides information that will assist you to navigate the City of Unley with ease. Information includes the locations of:
  • Public transport options and stops
  • Disabled parking and toilets
  • Parks and playgrounds
Unley access guide

Community Bus

The Unley Community Bus is funded by the City of Unley and driven by trained and accredited volunteers.

A Hire Service is available to community and not-for-profit organisations. For further information phone 8372 5131.

Please note: The Unley Community Bus Shopping Centre and Fixed Route Services do not operate on Sundays or public holidays or operate between December 25 and January 1 (inclusive).
  • Shopping Bus Door-to-Door Service
    This service is provided for residents of the City of Unley who require assistance to visit a shopping centre. The Community Bus takes passengers to and from: 
    • Unley Shopping Centre
    • Castle Plaza
    • Mitcham Shopping Centre
    • Burnside Shopping Centre

    Cost $3 contribution (please bring correct money)

    Bookings Phone bookings are ONLY taken on the day prior to each trip between 9am-3pm. Phone the Bus Coordinator on 8372 5131.

    Support A volunteer accompanies the driver to help passengers with their shopping bags. Only 2 shopping bags per passenger may be carried on the bus. This bus is equipped to carry passengers with a disability.  Any passenger who needs to take a walking stick, walking frame or other mobility aid with them on the bus must inform the community bus coordinator when booking.

    Shopping Bus Timetable The shopping bus runs on Tuesday and Friday mornings. Passengers are picked up from their home from 9.15am, returns from 12.30pm. (Times are approximate).

    Unley Shopping Centre
    • Tuesdays: 17 & 31 January, 14 & 28 February, 14 & 28 March, 11 April, 9 & 23 May, 6 & 20 June 
    • Fridays: 13 & 27 January, 10 & 24 February, 10 & 24 March, 7 & 21 April, 5 & 19 May, 2 & 16 June

    Castle Plaza
    • Tuesdays: 24 January, 7 & 21 February, 7 & 21 March, 4 & 18 April, 2,16 & 30 May, 13 & 27 June

    Mitcham Shopping Centre 
    • Fridays: 20 January, 17 February, 17 March, 12 May, 9 June

    Burnside Shopping Centre
    • Fridays: 3 February, 3 & 31 March, 28 April, 26 May, 23 June
  • Fixed Route Service
    The Fixed Route service is available for all residents of the Unley Council area.  Accredited volunteers drive the community bus which operates on a fixed circuit three times a day (Monday to Saturday). Timetables for the east and west circuits are available below.
    Community Bus East Circuit Timetable
    Community Bus West Circuit Timetable

Eastern Community Passenger Network (CPN)

The Eastern Metro CPN acts as a central point of contact for transport information for residents on the eastern side of Adelaide who are frail, aged, people with a disability or transport disadvantaged.

The service can provide information on local bus, taxi, tram, coach and community transport services available to residents living in, and wishing to travel in, the council areas of Unley, Burnside, Norwood Payneham & St Peters, Prospect, Walkerville and Campbelltown.

Eastern Metro CPN provides contact details for local service providers and information on fares and ticketing, subsidies and concessions, areas serviced and routes, timetables, wheelchair accessibility and eligibility of service options.  Anyone can contact the Eastern Metro CPN for this free information service.

We may also be able to assist with transport as a last resort to help you get to where you need to go, if there are no other options available.  Eligibility criteria apply and an assessment can be completed over the phone.

For details on services available please phone 8372 5472, or visit the Eastern Metro CPN website.

Eastern Metro CPN is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services. Visit the Department of Social Services website for more information.


Unley Bicycle User Group

The Unley Bicycle User Group (UBUG) is a contact group for those who cycle or wish to cycle in Unley. UBUG are dedicated to making Unley a place where walking and cycling is an enjoyable, safer, and more effective transport option.

To find out more, visit the Unley Bicycle User Group’s webpage.