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School buses to Diocesan School for Girls

  • 006 : Titirangi to Remuera Schools
    Departs: 7:05am
    Operator: Ritchies Transport
    Serving: Baradene College , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Kings School , Marcellin College , Saint Kentigern Boys School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , St Cuthbert's College
    Route: Titirangi Village (stop 5221 at 423 Titirangi Rd), Titirangi, Godley, Connaught, Gilfillan, Blockhouse Bay, Donovan, White Swan, Richardson, Dominion, Mt Albert (for Marcellin College), Pah, Manukau, Campbell, Market (for St Cuthbert's College), Ranfurly, Manukau, Clyde, Margot (for Diocesan School, Epsom Girls), Mt St John, Market, Remuera (for Kings School and St Kentigern Girls School), Victoria (for Baradene College), Shore (for St Kentigern Boys School).
    Notes: Last updated 12 June 2017.
  • 064 : Albany Station to Epsom and Remuera Schools
    Departs: 7:25am
    Operator: Ritchies Transport
    Serving: Baradene College , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Saint Kentigern Boys School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , St Cuthbert's College , Victoria Avenue School
    Route: Albany Station, Constellation Station, Sunnynook Station, Smales Farm Station, Akoranga Station, Gilles Avenue, Margot Street, Diocesan School, Market Road, St Cuthberts, Remuera Road, Orakei Road, St Kentigern Schools, Victoria Avenue, Baradene College
    Notes: Last updated 13 November 2019
  • 516 : Parnell To Auckland Grammar Via Epsom Schools
    Departs: 7:27am
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Auckland Grammar , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , St Cuthbert's College , St Peters College
    Route: Opposite 112 Gladstone Road (stop 7646), Gladstone Road, Canterbury Place, St Stephens Avenue, Brighton Road, Shore Road, Seaview Road, Bassett Road, Remuera Road, Market Road, Campbell Crescent, Manukau Road, Clyde Street, Margot Street, Mount St John Avenue, Manukau Road, Alpers Avenue, Gillies Avenue, Owens Road, Mountain Road, Opp 54 Mountain Road (stop 8617).
    Notes: Last updated 4 May 2021
  • 520 : Mt Roskill shops to Epsom and Remuera Schools
    Departs: 7:25am
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Baradene College , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Kings School , Remuera Intermediate , Saint Kentigern Boys School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , St Cuthbert's College , Victoria Avenue School
    Route: 388 Mt Albert Road (stop 8832), Mt Albert Road, Buckley Road, Selwyn Road, The Drive, Green Lane West, Manukau Road, Campbell Crescent, Market Road, St Cuthberts College, Market Road, Ranfurly Road, Manukau Road, St Marks Road, Remuera Road, Orakei Road, Shore Road, Victoria Avenue, Victoria Avenue near Baradine College (stop 7783).
    Notes: Last updated 11 July 2018
  • 521 : Glen Innes to Epsom Schools
    Departs: 7.20am
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Auckland Grammar , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Kings School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , St Cuthbert's College , St Peters College
    Route: Stop C Glen Innes Station (stop 7821), Apirana Avenue, Merton Road, Morrin Road, Stonefields Avenue, Tepha Boulevard, Bluegrey Avenue, College Road, St Johns Road, Remuera Road, Market Road, Campbell Crescent, Manukau Road, Clyde Street, Margot Street, Mount St John Avenue, Manukau Road, Alpers Avenue, Gilles Avenue, Owens Road, Owens Road by Epsom Girls Grammar Gate (stop 1495).
    Notes: Last updated 11 July 2018
  • 522 : St Heliers to Epsom Schools
    Departs: 7.10am and 7.16am
    Operator: NZ Bus, Go Bus
    Serving: Baradene College , Dilworth School , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Kings School , Remuera Intermediate , Saint Kentigern Boys School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , Selwyn College , St Cuthbert's College , Victoria Avenue School
    Route: Opposite 411 Tamaki Drive (stop 7344), Tamaki Drive, Turua Street, Polygon Road, St Heliers Bay Road, Kohimarama Road, Kepa Road, Coates Avenue, Ngaiwi Street, Ngapipi Road, Orakei Road, Shore Road, Victoria Avenue, Remuera Road, St Marks Road, Manukau Road, Clyde Street, Margot Street, Mount St John Avenue, Manukau Road, Campbell Crescent, Market Road, 137 Market Road (stop 1753).
    Notes: Last updated 14 July 2021
  • 523 : Glendowie to Epsom Schools
    Departs: 7:05am
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Baradene College , Dilworth School , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Kings School , Remuera Intermediate , Saint Kentigern Boys School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , Selwyn College , St Cuthbert's College
    Route: Opposite 411 Tamaki Drive (stop 7344), Tamaki Drive, Vale Road, Bay Road, Riddell Road, Rochdale Avenue, Chesterfield Avenue, Maskell Street, St Heliers Bay Road, Kohimarama Road, Kepa Road, Purewa Bridge, Orakei Road, Remuera Road, Market Road, Campbell Crescent, Manukau Road, Clyde Street, Margot Street, Mount St John Avenue, Manukau Road, Alpers Avenue, Gillies Avenue, Owens Road, Owens Rd by Epsom Girls Grammar Gate (stop 1495).
    Notes: Last updated 4 May 2021
  • 524 : Remuera to Epsom Schools
    Departs: 7:40am
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Remuera Primary , St Cuthbert's College
    Route: 12 Upland Road (stop 7746), Upland Road, Benson Road, Orakei Road, Remuera Road, Clonbern Road, Lillington Road, Armadale Road, Dromorne Road, Market Road, Campbell Crescent, Manukau Road, Clyde Street, Margot Street, Mount Street John Avenue, Manukau Road, 95 Manukau Road (stop 8701).
    Notes: Last updated 11 July 2018
  • 525 : Herne Bay to Epsom Schools
    Departs: 7:38am
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Auckland Grammar , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , St Peters College
    Route: 219 Jervois Road (stop 7124), Jervois Road, Ponsonby Road, Karangahape Road, Symonds Street, Khyber Pass Road, Broadway, Manukau Road, 2 Manukau Road (stop 8700).
    Notes: Last updated 1 January 2021

School buses from Diocesan School for Girls

  • 006 : Remuera Schools to Titirangi
    Departs: 3:25pm
    Operator: Ritchies Transport
    Serving: Baradene College , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Marcellin College , Saint Kentigern Boys School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , St Cuthbert's College
    Route: Victoria (for Baradene College), Shore (for St Kentigern Boys School), Orakei (for St Kentigern Girls School), Remuera (for Kings School), St Marks, Clyde, Margot (for Diocesan School, Epsom Girls), Mt St John, Manukau, Ranfurly, Market (for St Cuthbert's), Campbell, Manukau, Pah, Mt Albert (for Marcellin College), Dominion, Richardson, White Swan, Donovan, Blockhouse Bay, Gilfillan, Connaught, Godley, Titirangi Village (stop 5236 at 402 Titirangi Rd opposite petrol station).
    Notes: The first stop for getting off the bus is stop 7409 "Opposite 206 Remuera Rd". Passengers wishing to get off the bus on Shore, Orakei or Remuera Rd before the first stop should use the route 031 school bus from Remuera Schools to Mt Roskill that travels the same route. Last updated 5 April 2018.
  • 064 : Epsom and Remuera Schools to Albany Station
    Departs: 3:25pm
    Operator: Ritchies Transport
    Serving: Baradene College , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Saint Kentigern Boys School , St Cuthbert's College , Victoria Avenue School
    Route: Baradene College, Victoria Avenue, Remuera Rd, Market Rd, St Cuthberts, Market Rd, Campbell Cr, Manukau Road, Alpers Ave, Gillies Ave, Akoranga Station, Smales Farm Station, Sunnynook Station, Constellation Station, Albany Station
    Notes: Last updated 13 November 2019
  • 512 : Epsom Girls Grammar to Lynfield
    Departs: 3.25pm
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar
    Route: 122 Gillies Ave (stop 8604), Gillies Ave, King George Ave, St Andrews Rd, Empire Rd, The Drive, Selwyn Rd, Buckley Rd, Fernleigh Ave, Peet Ave, Mount Albert Rd, Hillsborough Rd, Richardson Rd, Whitmore Rd, Morrie Laing Ave, Albrecht Ave, Glass Rd, Dominion Rd, Hillsborough Rd, Canberra Av, Halsey Dr, Commodore Dr, The Avenue, The Avenue opp Oriana Ave (stop 7139).
    Notes: Last Updated 17 February 2020
  • 516 : Auckland Grammar To Parnell Via Epsom Schools
    Departs: 3:20pm
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Auckland Grammar , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , St Cuthbert's College , St Peters College
    Route: Opposite 54 Mountain Road (stop 8619), Mountain Road, Khyber Pass Road, Crowhurst Street, Gillies Avenue, Owens Road, Manukau Road, Clyde Street, Margot Street, Mount Street John Avenue, Manukau Road, Campbell Crescent, Market Road, Remuera Road, Bassett Road, Seaview Road, Shore Road, Brighton Road, St Stephens Avenue, Canterbury Place, Gladstone Road, 112 Gladstone Road (stop 7653).
    Notes: Last updated 10 July 2018
  • 520 : Remuera and Epsom schools to Mt Roskill shops
    Departs: 3:25pm
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Baradene College , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Kings School , Remuera Intermediate , Saint Kentigern Boys School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , St Cuthbert's College , Victoria Avenue School
    Route: 290 Victoria Avenue (stop 7790), Victoria Avenue, Shore Road, Orakei Road, Remuera Road, St Marks Road, Manukau Road, Ranfurly Road, Market Road, St Cuthberts College, Market Road, Campbell Crescent, Manukau Road, Green Lane West, The Drive, Selwyn Road, Buckley Road, Fernleigh Avenue, Peet Avenue, Mount Albert Road, 383 Mt Albert Rd (stop 8839).
    Notes: Last updated 13 November 2019
  • 521 : Epsom Schools to Glen Innes
    Departs: 3:35pm
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Auckland Grammar , Dilworth School , Diocesan School for Girls , Kings School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , St Cuthbert's College
    Route: Owens Road by Epsom Girls Grammar Gate (stop 1495), Owens Road, Manukau Road, Clyde Street, Margot Street, Mount St John Avenue, Manukau Road, Campbell Crescent, Market Road, Remuera Road, St Johns Road, College Road, Bluegrey Avenue, Tephra Boulevard, Stonefields Avenue, Morrin Road, Merton Road, Apirana Avenue, Stop A Glen Innes Station (stop 8799).
    Notes: Last updated 11 July 2018
  • 522 : Epsom Schools to St Heliers
    Departs: 3.35pm and 3.40pm
    Operator: NZ Bus, Go Bus
    Serving: Baradene College , Dilworth School , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Glendowie College , Kings School , Remuera Intermediate , Saint Kentigern Boys School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , Selwyn College , St Cuthbert's College , Victoria Avenue School
    Route: St Cuthberts Bus Bay (stop 1506), Market Road, Campbell Crescent, Manukau Road, Clyde Street, Margot Street, Mount St John Avenue, Manukau Road, St Marks Road, Remuera Road, Victoria Avenue, Shore Road, Orakei Road, Ngapipi Road, Ngaiwi Street, Coates Avenue, Kepa Road, Kohimarama Road, St Heliers Bay Road, Polygon Road, Turua Street, Tamaki Drive, 405 Tamaki Drive (stop 7345).
    Notes: Last updated 13 November 2019
  • 523 : Epsom Schools to Glendowie
    Departs: 3:48pm
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Baradene College , Dilworth School , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , Glendowie College , Kings School , Remuera Intermediate , Saint Kentigern Boys School , Saint Kentigern Girls School , Selwyn College , St Cuthbert's College
    Route: Owens Rd by Epsom Girls Grammar Gate (stop 1495), Owens Road, Manukau Road, Clyde Street, Margot Street, Mount St John Avenue, Manukau Road, Campbell Crescent, Market Road, Remuera Road, Orakei Road, Purewa Bridge, Kepa Road, Kohimarama Road, St Heliers Bay Road, Maskell Street, Chesterfield Avenue, Rochdale Avenue, Riddell Road, Bay Road, Vale Road, Tamaki Drive, 405 Tamaki Drive (stop 7345).
    Notes: Last updated 11 July 2018
  • 524 : Epsom Schools to Remuera
    Departs: 3:38pm
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , St Cuthbert's College
    Route: Owens Road by Epsom Girls Grammar Gate (stop 1495), Owens Road, Manukau Road, Clyde Street, Margot Street, Mount Street, John Avenue, Manukau Road, Campbell Crescent, Market Road, Dromorne Road, Armadale Road, Lillington Road, Clonbern Road, Remuera Road, Orakei Road, Benson Road, Upland Road, 7 Upland Road (stop 7743).
    Notes: Last updated 1 January 2021
  • 525 : Epsom Girls Grammar to Herne Bay
    Departs: 3:40pm
    Operator: NZ Bus
    Serving: Auckland Grammar , Diocesan School for Girls , Epsom Girls Grammar , St Peters College
    Route: 95 Manukau Road (stop 8701), Manukau Road, Broadway, Khyber Pass Road, Symonds Street, Karangahape Road, Ponsonby Road, Pompallier Terrace, Redmond Street, Jervois Road, 219 Jervois Road (stop 7124).
    Notes: Last updated 10 July 2018

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