Social Outings and Transport
Why don’t you join us on one of our weekly bus trips?
Mosman Community Care offers full and half day outings for groups to go shopping, luncheons, enjoy picnics at parks, visit museums and other interesting places. We can pick you up from your door and can help you out of the vehicle. We accommodate walkers and limited shopping bags. We cater for anyone 65 years or over, who are less mobile and/or living with a disability.
We also have monthly and fortnightly trips for those more active older adults!
Or try our A to B Individual Transport
‘We are more than just a door to door service’
We provide safe, reliable and careful transport so you can get out and about. Destinations may include;
● Doctor’s Appointments
● Medical Treatments
● Specialist Appointments
● Hospital Visits
Our team of loyal staff and wonderful volunteers are community-minded individuals who are here to help you get where you need to go carefully and on time. We have been serving the local community of Mosman, Neutral Bay and Cremorne areas since 1998 providing over 5,000 trips each year.
We are taking extensive hygiene and social distancing precautions in order to help prevent the possible spread of COVID-19.
To find out more or to make a booking, please use the button below.
“Thanks for all your wonderful help over the past 8 weeks. We do so value your care, kindness, promptness and amazing driving. The transport service you provided really made it possible for us to attend hospital so regularly and your help and understanding of our irregular return trips greatly appreciated.”
“I would like to thank the Mosman Community Care services, who arranged transport for me to an urgent visit to my GP. I have lived in Mosman since 1976 (53 years) with my late husband and daughter... who also sadly passed away in 2008. I have lovely memories of her growing up days in Mosman. Once again, many thanks for the help I received when urgently needed.”
“I had a wonderful time on an outing. The driver was just wonderful. Please pass that on to management.”