- Greyhound Australia
Greyhound Australia Type Privately held corporation Industry Coach services Founded 1905 Headquarters Brisbane, Queensland Area served Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and various regional destinations Parent Chapman Group, ANZ Website www.greyhound.com.au
Today's Greyhound Australia is the result of many buy-outs and mergers of various bus/coachline companies. Its earliest origin was in the form of Pioneer Tours, later to become Pioneer Coachlines, formed in 1905. 
The original Greyhound buslines were formed in 1928 as a passenger service in Toowoomba. They would merge with Pioneer in 1992 as Greyhound Pioneer. Other companies that are now a part of Greyhound Australia were McCaffertys (founded 1940), Travel Coach, Suncoast Pacific Coaches and Bus Australia brands. 
Greyhound Australia's routes are as follows: 
- Sydney to Canberra - 4x Daily*
- Sydney to Brisbane via Newcastle, Woolgoolga & Gold Coast - 3x Daily
- Sydney to Brisbane via Newcastle, Tamworth & Toowoomba - Daily
- Sydney to Melbourne via Canberra & Albury - 2x Daily
- Sydney to Adelaide via Canberra, Wagga Wagga & Mildura - Daily.
- Brisbane to Cairns via Sunshine Coast, Rockhampton & Townsville - 3x Daily
- Melbourne to Adelaide via Geelong, Horsham & Bordertown - Daily
- Melbourne to Brisbane via Narrandera, Dubbo & Toowoomba - 3x Weekly
- Adelaide to Alice Springs via Port Augusta & Coober Pedy - Daily
- Alice Springs to Darwin via Tennant Creek & Katherine - Daily
- Darwin to Broome via Katherine, Kununurra & Halls Creek - Daily
*Note - Sydney to Canberra services do not include services to Melbourne/Adelaide*
Greyhound Australia's direct competitors include:
- Firefly Express - Melbourne to Adelaide and Sydney
- Murrays Coaches - Sydney to Canberra
- CountryLink - Various routes in New South Wales
- V/Line - Various routes in Victoria
- QR Traveltrain - Various routes in Queensland
- Premier Stateline South Australia's main coach group.
Although sometimes mistaken with the American busline of the same name, they are not related to the North American Greyhound Lines.
- ^ a b "Greyhound Australia unveiled". Travel Weekly. 2004-11-01. http://www.travelweekly.com.au/news/greyhound-australia-unveiled. Retrieved 2008-06-04.
- ^ Routes and Destinations "Greyhound Australia". Greyhound Australia. 2008-06-04. http://www.greyhound.com.au/ServiceInformation/routes-destinations-australia.aspx Routes and Destinations. Retrieved 2008-06-04.
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