The CDC operations in the Sydney area have their origins in the Bosnjack family business, once the largest privately owned bus company on Australia. The Bosnjack's also owned National Bus in Melbourne, set up to privatise a large part of the city's bus operations in 1993 and also traded as in Queensland, having taken over Bayside Buslines in Brisbane in 1997. In 1999 the UK's invested substantially in the Westbus - National Bus empire but divested their operations in 2004/2005. The Melbourne company was sold to , the Brisbane one to Connex, now Transdev. The Melbourne operation also passed to in 2013 following retendering by the state. Meanwhile the Sydney operations were acquired by Singapore based CDC, ComfortDelGro Cabcharge, who own 75% of in their home country and in London. The Sydney purchase included in the Newcaste area and further acquisitions were merged into the Hunter Valley Bus Company, embracing the , and . In 2012 Deane's Canberra area operations were acquired and renamed QCity and in 2014 the was added to the fold.
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