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Grenda subsidiaries Peninsula and Portsea come together at Frankston. Portsea shared the blue livery of Peninsula, but in this view of identical Mercedes O500LE buses seen in February 2013, there is little to tell them apart as all Grenda subsidiaries adopted the standard white, red and yellow livery. Subsequent to the take over by Ventura now even the fleetnames are the same. On the left is 2006 Peninsula P342 (6100AO) and on the right 2005 Perth built Portsea PP329 (5957AO).
Peninsula Bus Lines
Peninsula Bus Lines
Peninsula Bus Lines

Seen again on the same day is 329, getting ready to leave Frankston for the tip of the Mornington Peninsula.
Peninsula Bus Lines
Peninsula Bus Lines
Peninsula Bus Lines

With Melbourne Cathedral behind, Scania K124EB 331 (5611AO) crosses Flinders Street in August 2008. The Coach Design bodied unit was new to Britz Tours in 2003 and is in Grenda's Group coach colours.
 
 

Despite the size of the Ventura and Grenda fleets, the number of Japanese built minibuses is surprisingly small. This 2006 Mitsubishi Rosa, 593 (6275AO), was the only one allocated to Portsea when seen on a late night job to Melbourne in December 2011.
 
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