"Bus 4x4 Group of Companies aims to be the best supplier of Comfortable, Safe and Reliable 4WD Buses on the market both in Australia and Globally"
Bus 4x4 Group offers complete transport solutions with over 50 years combined experience amongst an outstanding team.
With an exceptional range of custom and field-proven vehicles, we are confident we can exceed your expectations.
Contact our experienced team today on 1300 287 494 or email us to discuss the right solution to your people mover needs.
Bus 4x4 Group is not just a 4x4 conversion company. It also builds coaches on Iveco chassis including the 4WD Daily, 4WD Tonto and 4WD Trakker models.
Our key areas of service are:
- Manufacturing & Conversions
- Sales & Hire
- Vehicle Servicing
- Research & Development
Hire and Sales
Our vehicles are available for sale or for hire. Routine maintenance and servicing may also be supplied if required at an additional cost.
Research & Development
We constantly work on improving our products to keep up with the latest in design and technology.
We are located at 1828 Ipswich Road Rocklea, Queensland, Australia 4106. As a Brisbane based company with high expectations on our products, we fully customise vehicles to your requirements.
Our facility contains state of the art technology and a highly skilled team capable of developing a vehicle that suits your needs. Feel free to drop by and talk to one of our consultants about a complete transport solution.
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Testimonial by Shane O'Reilly of O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat
"We took a full van load of walkers who were late doing the 80th Anniversary Stinton Walk, against the advice of my guides down the notorious Duck Creek Road which was never been in such a bad way with huge holes, exposed rocks, deep ruts etc.
All I can say is that the Bus 4x4 conversion of Commuter was fantastic. Even with a full load, the van did not bottom out even once and in a few tight parts had only 3 wheels on the dirt. Yet it tracked well and essentially was a well behaved 4WD. Ben Southwell, the well known videographer who recently drove his 1986 Defender all over Asia was one of the passengers who was totally impressed!"