Wisby's of Margate, Tasmania

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Wisby's Hino CG277K Custom B40GK
Wisby's fleet is largely composed of second hand buses for school transport, whilst there is a fleet livery, many buses retain their former owner's colours, like this 1993 Hino CG277K with dual purpose seating. The bus used to be with the defunct Harris Park Transport in Sydney where it was registered MO8613 but now has Tassie rego B40GK.
Wisby's Hino CG277K Custom B41GK
Joining B40GK was sister vehicle B41GK, formerly MO8615. Both buses were seen at the depot in March 2012. Harris Park's "Citybus Direct" logos with a pictogram of the Sydney Harbour Bridge remain on the side with the Citybus Direct name replaced by Wisby's.
Wisby's Hino RM260 BCI Gemilang A57SF
A newer Hino, dating from 2000, was A57SF. The RM260 model has 57 bus seats in a BCI Gemilang body. The livery reveals its previous use as a school bus in Western Australia. It was in the fleet of King of Woodbridge as their number 2 (1AMK423).
Wisby's Hino Express A75HJ
A year older is this Hino RG230, A75HJ, with 57 seat Express bus body from New South Wales. The bus had been MO4761 with Roberts of Bombala. One man outfit, Squires of nearby Kingston owned the bus prior to Wisby's.
Wisby's Hino RK260 Custom SB40 C65BE C66BE
This pair of 61 seat Custom SB40 bodied Hino RK260 buses both came from Queensland's Park Ridge Transport. Dating from 2003 C65BE was 170 (170IDG) and from 2005 C66BE was 118 (118IWV) but both were new to Woodland Coaches.
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