The TransComCare Community Transport Program is an essential service, managed by the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre.

Important letter for customers of TransComCare


TransComCare is a Community Transport program operating and sponsored by the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre available for the frail, the aged, people with a disability and their carers who find it difficult to use public transport or have no other means of transport. The service is available to take clients to doctors, dentists, hospital appointments, shopping and to social activities.

Eligible clients, carers or other agencies can register for assessment with our service by telephoning 4194 3080 and speaking to the Coordinator or Project Officer. Community transport refers to providing subsidised transport from home to such appointments as medical appointments or social events and the return trip home. Clients are asked to make a contribution.

TransComCare provides transport around the local district. This service is funded by the Australian Government Commonwealth Home Support Program and the Queensland Government Community Support Scheme and managed by the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre.

Staff and volunteer drivers work together to provide quality transport working under the ethos of the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre.

 Our friendly TransComCare team

View the TransComCare brochure


To Register

If you would like to register to join this service please visit the following websites:

Queensland Community Support Scheme

Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP)


Contact us

Please phone TransComCare directly on 4194 3080 to make a booking or enquiry. 

Alternatively visit our contact page to contact the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre.