WA route successful

A Western Australia operator is looking to expand services after the success of a new route

WA route successful
Karijini National Park

Western Australia’s Integrity Coach Lines are celebrating a successful first year of their Tom Price timetable this month.

The service which travels between Perth and Broome, stopping in at Tom Price once a week has been running successfully since its launch one year ago.

The service was launched in June 2014 with the aim of providing more travel options for the locals of Tom Price and the surrounding regional areas.

The service has proved popular not only with locals but also with visitors to Western Australia using their Hop on Hop off pass to travel to Karijini National Park with Integrity’s touring partner, The Flying Sandgroper.

Partnering with The Flying Sandgroper to transport tourists to and from Karijini National Park was well received during its first season and bookings for the tour are now available to travellers heading north and south between Broome and Perth for its second season in the hopes of boosting tourism in the area.

 "Tom Price residents have welcomed the service with enthusiasm as it continues to exceed expectations," says Integrity Coach Lines owner Ross Sims.

"We are committed to providing reliable travel options for W.A. locals and visitors alike and we are pleased with the success of the Tom Price service so much so that we plan to introduce more new services in the coming months."

With all three services between Perth and Broome running successfully, plans to expand are on the horizon.

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