There are 3 ways to get from Mole Creek to Stanley by taxi, bus or car
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Taxi, bus • 2h 36m
Taxi, bus via Ulverstone • 3h 52m
1 alternative option
Drive • 2h 22m
Questions & Answers
The cost-effective way to get from Mole Creek to Stanley is to drive, which costs $21 - $35 and takes 2h 22m.
The quickest way to get from Mole Creek to Stanley is to drive which costs $21 - $35 and takes 2h 22m.
The distance between Mole Creek and Stanley is 124 km. The road distance is 168.5 km.
The best way to get from Mole Creek to Stanley without a car is to taxi and bus which takes 2h 36m and costs $210 - $260.
It takes approximately 2h 36m to get from Mole Creek to Stanley, including transfers.
Yes, the driving distance between Mole Creek to Stanley is 169 km. It takes approximately 2h 22m to drive from Mole Creek to Stanley.
There are 18+ hotels available in Stanley. Prices start at $150 AUD per night.
What companies run services between Mole Creek, TAS, Australia and Stanley, TAS, Australia?
There is no direct connection from Mole Creek to Stanley. However, you can take the taxi to Burnie Interchange Stop C, No.26-30 Cattley St then take the bus to Stanley Visitor Information Centre, No.45 Main Rd. Alternatively, you can take the taxi to Wongi Lane, Ulverstone Interchange Stop A, take the bus to Burnie Interchange Stop C, No.26-30 Cattley St, then take the bus to Stanley Visitor Information Centre, No.45 Main Rd.
Bus from Burnie Interchange Stop C, No.26-30 Cattley St to Stanley Visitor Information Centre, No.45 Main Rd
- Ave. Duration
- 1h 17m
- Estimated price
- $190 - $240
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