OTAGO HERITAGE BUS SOCIETY INCORPORATED

Founded in late 2010 as Dunedin's only bus preservation organisation. OHBS serves the community all year round.

Weddings, private charters and functions make up a portion of well needed funds to help restore Dunedin's 'Heritage Bus Collection".

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DCT #194

is Dunedin’s last city owned Leyland and was built by New Zealand Motor Bodies.

DCT #170

DCT #170 entered service with Dunedin City Transport on the 6th of January 1976, and served 17 years on city routes.

DCT #180

180 ran in Dunedin until 1993 and spent a lot of its time as a charter bus for the Dunedin City Transport.

MCD #501

Mount Cook Landliner 501 “City of Wellington” is the first of its kind to be built in New Zealand.

DCT #174

174 entered service with Dunedin City Transport on the 6th August 1976 and is similar but not identical to 170.

MAN #2025

MAN #2025, information will be updated here very soon...

OTAGO HERITAGE BUS SOCIETY INCORPORATED

The Otago Heritage Bus Society is a non-profit community group who aim to preserve, restore and operate buses and coaches of national or regional significance. The vehicles are restored, maintained and operated almost entirely by volunteers.

If you are thinking of hiring a unique bus for your function, special occasion or event, why not choose a heritage bus from the Otago Heritage Bus Society's collection.

You will be helping us restore New Zealand's road transport past as well as adding a unique twist to your event.

Make an enquiry today, email us: otagoheritagebussociety@gmail.com

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