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McKenzie's Tourist Services

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McKenzie's Tourist Services
New McKenzies coach in Healesville
ParentDineen Group
Service areaEastern Melbourne
Service typeBus & coach operator
HubsChirnside Park Shopping Centre Healesville Bus Interchange, Lilydale railway station
Fleet52 (May 2014)
Chief executiveBrad Sanders

McKenzie's Tourist Services is a bus and coach operator in Melbourne, Australia. As a Melbourne bus company, it operates five bus routes under contract to the Government of Victoria. They also run the local School Buses and charter trips.


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In 1925, Lorry McKenzie commenced operating a service in Healesville.

Lorry McKenzies brought a Packard Car when on a trip to Sydney. Lorry had this car elongated and began transporting people. They then purchased some smaller buses and continued to operate their service. Today, they own many lowfloors and coaches with which they run 5 routes. In September 2006, McKenzie's Tourist Services was sold to the Dineen Group.

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