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About Us


The Newman family has been in the fuel business for around 50 years. Jim and Pam Newman originally purchased the service station at 140 Adelaide Street, Blayney in 1975.

After operating as a petrol station for two years, the three squash courts were built and the business became a stockist of Husqvarna and Victa garden products. The business was re-named Blayney Squash and Service Centre.

Over the next few years, the business was leased to a local family. Whilst leasing the service station, the fuel depot was created at 3 Maria Street, Blayney and Newman’s Fuels was born.

The depot provided fuel and oil deliveries to farmers and businesses in the local area and also introduced fuel accounts.

In 2012, Newman’s Fuels decided to install the necessary infrastructure to provide 24 hour fuel access in Blayney as the service station was closing at 7pm. There is an Outdoor POS Terminal (OPT) that accepts, EFTPOS, credit card, Caltex card and Newman’s account cards (all requiring a PIN) to access fuel.

For 50 years, the Newman family have employed many local people, sponsored local clubs and sporting teams and donated to various schools, day care centres, the elderly and various organisations in the local area.

Newman’s Bus Services

Newman’s Bus Services was established in Bathurst in 1983 with our first school bus run heading to the O’Connell area in Bathurst. For over 40 years our services have grown to include Mt Lambie, Locksley, Oberon, Mt Panorama, Wimbledon, King Plains, Blayney, Newbridge, Lyndhurst, Mandurama, Forest Reefs, Browns Creek, Millthorpe, Spring Hill and Orange. Our company also offers group and school excursion charter where available.

Customer satisfaction runs second only to safety as our priority objective

  • We aim to provide quality and efficient services which exceed the expectations of our customers.
  • Our aim is to operate all advertised services. No bus service should leave ahead of its advertised time.
  • Our aim is always to provide sufficient capacity to meet the demand for travel. On school buses that travel along highways, we aim to have no child standing.
  • All buses in service will be cleaned internally every day and washed externally at least weekly.

It is Newman’s Bus Services policy that all staff will:

  • Be polite and helpful to our customers and members of the public at all times,
  • Answer enquiries accurately and pleasantly,
  • Consider your safety and comfort when driving,
  • Wear the appropriate uniform.

To assist us in providing you with a high quality bus service please ensure that you:

  • Signal to the driver in good time that you wish to get on or off the bus,
  • Allow people off before you get on,
  • Hold on to the handrails provided when you stand or move down the vehicle,
  • Sit down when seats are available.

We would particularly ask you not to:

  • Place your feet on seats,
  • Allow your baggage to obstruct the aisles,
  • Throw litter on the floor,
  • Drink or eat on the bus (except water or for medical reasons).

Customer suggestions, complaints and compliments can be made in person, by telephone or by email. If a complaint is made in writing (email, web or post) we will acknowledge receipt of complaint within two working days.

We aim to resolve complaints within five working days. Those complaints that require additional investigation may not be able to be resolved within this time-frame, however, customers will be kept informed on the progress of their complaint.


Phone: 8839 9500

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