Latrobe Valley Bus Lines

Providing professional and reliable bus transport within the Latrobe Valley

Latrobe Valley Bus Lines (LVBL) has been providing professional and reliable bus transport within the Latrobe Valley and surrounding areas for in excess of 50 years. We are proud of our history and are committed to the ongoing development of public transport within the Latrobe Valley.

LVBL is a family company. Our priorities of safety and access are reflected in the professionalism of our employees, and the quality of fleet. Our team of Bus Drivers, Mechanics, Body Builders and Administrators work with the Department of Transport to provide a safe, friendly and reliable public transport service.

Latrobe Valley Bus Lines supports the community through a variety of grassroots organisations. Including The Kindred Spirits Foundation (KSF), who are dedicated to support individuals, groups or communities to build on their strengths and through skills and training, reach their dreams. Other initiatives include The Big Red Kidney Bus (In conjunction with Kidney Health Australia), ReActivate Latrobe and their Getsunflowered project, Latrobe Women in Business, and our Victorian first Hybrid Bus Trial.

All of this support combined with LVBL’s environmental, and ethical values, has allowed for B Corp Certification. We encourage other businesses to strive for this certification in order to use business as a force for good! (Read more about how we have embraced B Corp Certification)

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For all advertising enquiries please contact GoTransit on 1300 468 726. For more information please visit their website

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