Let the games begin!

Over 500 competitors. 18 countries. It’s game on.

Sydney is gearing up to host the 2018 Invictus Games. The games bring together hundreds of wounded, injured and ill servicemen and women from across the world and challenge perceptions about what it means to live with a disability.

To mark the start of this year’s games, we’ve unveiled a fleet of customised, accessible buses to transport the competitors to and from the competition.

Seats have temporarily been removed from seven State Transit buses so all competitors, including those who are in wheelchairs or have mobility requirements, and support staff can travel together to their events.

With transport taken care of, the competitors can focus on what’s important – the games. Game on!


State Transit driver Jason Ong, State Transit Chief Executive Steffen Faurby and Australian wheelchair athlete Rick Engles and his daughter Isla with one of seven newly converted wheelchair buses for the Invictus Games.



Over 500 competitors. 18 countries. It’s game on.

Sydney is gearing up to host the 2018 Invictus Games. The games bring together hundreds of wounded, injured and ill servicemen and women from across the world and challenge perceptions about what it means to live with a disability.

To mark the start of this year’s games, we’ve unveiled a fleet of customised, accessible buses to transport the competitors to and from the competition.

Seats have temporarily been removed from seven State Transit buses so all competitors, including those who are in wheelchairs or have mobility requirements, and support staff can travel together to their events.

With transport taken care of, the competitors can focus on what’s important – the games. Game on!


State Transit driver Jason Ong, State Transit Chief Executive Steffen Faurby and Australian wheelchair athlete Rick Engles and his daughter Isla with one of seven newly converted wheelchair buses for the Invictus Games.