Community Transport

Goodwood Community Bank Car

The Goodwood Community Bank - a branch of Bendigo Bank - provides a courtesy car free of charge to the City of Unley. Volunteer drivers use the car as part of the Community Transport Program, supporting Unley council residents who are transport disadvantaged. The service is available Monday to Friday between the hours of 9.00am and 3.45pm and offers transport assistance to eligible Unley residents to attend medical appointments, health related appointments and social inclusion activities within the City of Unley.

To learn more about transport options that will help you, watch the short video here.

If you, or someone you know, would like to be involved in this program a My Aged Care ‘transport referral' is required to access the car transport service.

Head to our Government support and My Aged Care page for information on how to access this service.  Alternatively, contact MAC on 1800 200 422 or phone the City of Unley on 8372 5111.

All services provided through the City of Unley Commonwealth Home Support Program are funded from the Commonwealth Government and Council, as part of our funding agreement we are required to collect a contribution towards the services we provide, the forms below provide further information, noting no one is denied a service based on an inability to pay. For further information please contact one of the friendly CHSP team members.

Client contribution schedule(PDF, 225KB)

Client Contribution Protocol(PDF, 296KB)

Client Contribution Fact Sheet(PDF, 214KB)

Negotiated Contribution Review and Outcomes Form(PDF, 407KB)

The Goodwood Community Bank - a branch of Bendigo Bank - is about community for the community. Fifty per cent of their profit goes back to the community, such as provision of this car. Visit the Goodwood Community Bank website for information on the support they offer or phone 8357 7702.

Booking and terms of use


Services are available from 9.15am to 3.45pm Monday to Friday and bookings are dependent on the availability of volunteers.

The cost per trip will be discussed with the Community Transport Coordinator and fees are collected by the volunteer on the day of service.

For more information about these services, phone (08) 8372 5405.


To ensure the program is fair to all eligible residents, transport services are allocated based on the priority of need and volunteer availability. All requests will be looked at on an individual basis and medical appointments take priority over social activities. 

All transport requests must be arranged with the Community Transport Coordinator. It is necessary that as much prior notice as possible is given when requesting transport. Transport may not be available if less than three working days’ notice is given. Please note this is not an emergency service.

Terms of use

The Council has a duty of care and is responsible for the safety of all service users and volunteers. It is therefore necessary to contact the Community Transport Coordinator to advise of any additional requests or changes to the original booking. Requests for services must not be arranged directly with the volunteer driver.