02 9585 3000
70 Roberts Avenue
MORTDALE, NSW 2223
8am to 5pm - Monday to Friday
Our vision is to be the first choice provider of transport services to the frail, elderly, those with disability, their carers and others needing transport.
Our mission is to improve people’s lives by encouraging and facilitating their mobility, independence and sense of community. Providing transport is our core function, however we offer more than just transport in striving to effectively, efficiently and equitably meet the needs of our clients.
Safety and Compliance
We commit to prioritising the safety and wellbeing of our people, clients and those who share the road, and adhere to all applicable laws.
We listen to our clients and put their needs first.
We operate with honesty, integrity, independence, transparency, equity and fairness.
We foster a collaborative working environment that values contribution and recognises and respects the views and rights of all.
We strive to be the best by continuously improving what we do and how we do it, and by sharing our knowledge, skills and ideas.
We embrace diversity and work together towards our common purpose, communicating freely and sharing decision-making and the tasks involved.
We cultivate positivity and goodwill in our business , personal activities and relationships.
St George Community Transport is committed to:
St George Community Transport is an organisation made up of passionate employees and volunteers who understand and respect our diverse clients. From humble beginnings we have grown to have a team of 30 employees and more than 70 volunteers to deliver over 100,000 trips needed in our community per year.
Our fleet consists of 27 vehicles ranging from Camry Sedans to 24 seater buses. Many of the vehicles have been custom modified to accommodate for the needs of people who are required to travel using wheelchairs. The custom modifications ensure comfort and accessibility for all our clients.
STGCT continues to maximise the support it is able to provide to our clients. With thanks to the dedicated team and efficient use of resources we support more than 7000 clients with their transport needs.
STGCT supports the culturally and linguistically diverse community; our client group speak 61 different languages and we have a diverse range of languages spoken by our caring team of staff and volunteers. Mandarin & Cantonese speaking team members are now available in the office each Friday to assist with bookings and enquiries.
We strive to offer the services and support that our clients need and over the years the service has expanded to accommodate transport to the City and out of area specialist appointments or visits. We provide transport to and from doctor's appointments, hospital visits, other health professionals, shopping, social visits to see friends, family & more. If it is important to you it is important to us to do our best to get you to where you want to go.
We will think outside the square to assist in any way we can. For example, we successfully supported a lady who needed to travel a significant distance across Sydney. After seeking a workable solution, we transported the lady as far as we could and then arranged to meet with an alternative transport service who then assisted her to continue with her journey.
The service is highly regarded by the community and many of our team members have been nominated for or received Community Service Awards & recognition.
The service has rapidly expanded since its onset and demand for the service continues to grow. STGCT is now one of the largest Community Transport providers in NSW.
Read more about our service in our St George Community Transport Flyer by clicking one of the links below.
St George Community Transport Flyer (English Version)
St George Community Transport Flyer (Chinese Version)
St George Community Transport Flyer (Greek Version)
St George Community Transport Flyer (Italian Version)
St George Community Transport Flyer (Macedonian Version)
St George Community Transport Flyer (Arabic Version)
If you would like to support our service and have an important say in the future of the organisation, join our association. Community say in the operation of the service is essential and we welcome new members at any time throughout the year.
To join the association complete the form below and return it to the STGCT office.