Greyhound expands WA services

By: Jason Whittaker


Greyhound Australia is putting on extra services to meet the demand for better transport to some of Western Australia’s top

Greyhound Australia is putting on extra services to meet the demand for better transport to some of Western Australia’s top tourist attractions.

From Monday, December 21, Greyhound will operate a direct service from Perth to Coral Bay and provide more frequent services to Monkey Mia, Exmouth and Kalbarri.

Services between Perth and Broome will now be operating five instead of one day a week.

Connections to Monkey Mia and Kalbarri have been increased from one to three days per week and buses will now travel to Exmouth five days a week.

To mark the occasion, Greyhound Australia is offering a 50 percent discount on limited seats for travel anywhere between Perth and Broome and Perth.

Greyhound Chief Executive Robert Thomas says it’s exciting to be part of the state’s growing tourism industry.

"We expect these extra services to be popular not only because they’re convenient but because they allow travellers to immerse themselves in the local culture and experience the best of what Australia has to offer," he says.

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