Invicta Bus Services

Invicta Bus Services is a bus and coach operator in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. As a Melbourne bus company, it operates a number of bus routes under contract from the Victorian State Government. Invicta was acquired by the Grenda Corporation in early March 2009, after the announcement by Grenda that on 4 February 2009 that it will buy into the Invicta bus operations.

On 18 November 2011, Grenda announced that it was acquired by Ventura Bus Lines.

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