Ballina Shire Council is proud to be a member of the Northern Rivers Carpool collaboration since 2009. Carpooling to work, study and other events is an effective way of travelling for anyone who wants to save money, meet new people or reduce their carbon footprint.
We are a family-focused club, which prides itself on bringing the Australian Rules Football game and culture to the children of Murwillumbah and surrounding districts. Join us to play and learn the greatest football game in town!
The Vulcans encourage players and families share a ride to away games, to save costs, strengthen bonds between players, and do our bit for the planet.
Northern Rivers Social Development Council is committed to improving the lives of people in the communities we service. Through the Transport Development Project, NRSDC supports Northern River Carpool and recognises its potential as an alternate transport method for people in the Norther Rivers.
Do you want to save wear and tear on your car? Share fuel costs? Reduce greenhouse gas emissions? Help improve the environment? Meet others at SCU?
Arrange to carpool with your friends, or use this FREE web-based matching service links SCU staff and students with other people travelling to the same location.
Tweed Shire Council has been a proud founding member of the Northern Rivers Carpool since 2009. Council encourages it's employees and event coordinators to use the carpool service to make the most of low cost, low carbon footprint options for communting and work-related car trips.