We at Harlan, offer transport services. Our fleet consists of luxury coaches, midi size coaches and mini-buses. We can cater for all your service needs including airport transfers, wedding and large group transfers and conferences. We also offer tours to Victoria's famous tourist destinations including Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island, Sovereign Hill, Puffing Billy, Mt Buller winter snow trip, Echuca, Mornington Sorrento / Queenscliff, Yarra valley wine tours just to name a few.
Harlan provides you with unique experience same-day tours to Puffing Billy & Phillip Island, Sovereign Hill & Phillip Island and Sovereign Hill & Twelve Apostles. We also cater for interstate trips to Sydney, Adelaide and most other states.
We offers excellent services of Airport Pickup and Airport Transfers to and from Melbourne Tullamarine and Avalon ariports.
"Serving You with Care" is the motto that we employ across all our business enterprises.
Harlan Transport Pty Ltd has been operating in Melbourne since 1991 and has grown steadily since then. It commenced operation with a single Hi-Ace van providing a courier service to country Victoria and now includes our fleet of current vehicles. We are a licensed and accredited operator.
Our accreditation No is 'AO-004855' as issued by the Department of Infrastructure. Click here to view the licence image copy. Our Public Liability Certificate of Currency value up to 20 Million Dollar (Policy No.: DL114DL4410)
Harlan also specialises in the International Students Market.
International Students Airport Receptions & Study Tours Excursions
Melbourne Airport Guideline is available, International institutions that use our services and Harlan online booking system save time & money not to mention staff efficiencies with our unique state-of-the-art online booking system.
Our system interprets and registers/logs all students into our system.
When students place their booking onto our system an email is sent to the University administrator confirming their booking.
Students are allowed to edit their reservations as many times as they need prior to the 24 hours cut-off limit before their arrival date/time.
Students/Staff can preview, update their booking anytime by logining back into the online booking system.
We have secured the online booking system via user name and password issued by the institutions.
About Harrison Jorre
Please feel free to contact us using the contact information below, or on our Contact Us page. We welcome your queries or comments.
General Manager - Harrison Jorre de st Jorre
Harrison started this business in 1991 with a single courier van specialising in deliveries to country Victoria. He has more than 30 years experience in transport, food and catering, and small business management.
He arrived in Perth, Australia on the 31st of October 1971 from Mahe, Seychelles as a young man and was soon working as an owner truck driver up and down the West coast of Australia and to many other remote parts of Australia. He has also worked as a Manager for KFC, owned milk bars and roast chicken shops before starting his own transport business.
His niche market has been working with the International Student market with airport "meet and greet" services as well as tours. He has also been involved in homestay with many students staying in his home. This has given Harrison extensive experience in dealing with people from other cultures and dealing with their special dietary requirements and religious observances.
During 2005-2007 Harrison decided to personally support and invest in crisis accommodation for homeless women and children by accommodating them in “Melbourne Lodge” and earning himself the title of a Philanthropist. He lobbied Local and Federal Government for more financial assistance to cater for the growing need in crisis accommodation. Without financial support from the government, he could no longer afford to continue this project and sadly, “Melbourne Lodge” closed in 2007. Harrison is very proud of the fact that he made significant contributions to the community by financially supporting over 17,000 people in need during that time.