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Ahhh February, not only do you have one too many letters - well, because we rarely pronounce the first "r", but you are also a few days short of a month!  We did get all warm and fuzzy on the 14th though, and that's always nice.

How did you spend Valentines Day?
Sitting on a warm, crisp beach with a blanket and a pic-a-nic basket, the wind in your hair, sand at your toes and watching the sunset?
No?
Me either!
But I did get to chat with people (it's the best part of my job) and book coach travel to all of our amazing destinations!

Some people I talked to were thinking about overlooking Jurien Bay and Cervantes, so I thought this month, lets take a look at these two places.  In my humble opinion, they really are worth adding to your itinerary. Or if time is not on your side, just for a quick beach break if you only have a few days to get away.

Cervantes and Jurien Bay


Cervantes is the gateway to Western Australia's Pinnacles Desert and the beginning of Australia's Coral Coast region. Just a quick 20 minutes on the next coach, you will find Jurien Bay.

These two spots are popular destinations, where the beaches are perfect for swimming, surfing, water sports, snorkelling and fishing. Book with Jurien Bay Adventure Tours and not only see the sights but try your hand at sand boarding.  Enjoy a 10% discount with them if you let them know you are an Integrity passenger when booking!  Not for the faint of heart, but for the fun-loving thrill seeker, get a birds eye view of the coast with a sky dive!

No visit to Cervantes is complete until you have seen The Pinnacles located in Nambung National Park . A desert area spotted with many ancient rock pillars, set among ever moving sand dunes.

When visiting, make sure you stop in to the Lobster Shack, which offers audio guided tours each day from 12-3pm in English, Mandarin, Japanese, French, Italian, German and Korean! 

别客气, どういたしまして, vous êtes le bienvenu, prego, ihr willkommen and
천만에요
 
You're welcome :)

Have an adventure with endangered Australian Sea Lions.  These large but cute playful kittens of the sea are often seen lazing in the sun on the beaches of the Jurien Bay Marine Park.

For a more personal experience, take a boat tour from Jurien Bay and watch them play in the wild, then hop into the water and join the fun!  These inquisitive creatures will leave you with memories that will last for the rest of your days. You might also run into some dolphins, and during the migration season from June to December, the beautiful and graceful humpback whales!

East of town, Lake Thetis is a saline lake full of ancient marine fossils.

Not far from Jurien, Lesueur National Park is where you will find 10% of WA’s total flora with more than 900 varieties of plants. Visit in August/September and you will see a dazzling and colourful wildflower display.

Boasting beautiful white sandy beaches and turquoise waters these coastal towns are a popular choice for sightseers and holiday makers. Put it on your itinerary or plan a quick getaway.

Its important to REMEMBER: When booking, ensure you list a valid mobile number in case we need to contact you regarding your travel. If you do not have a mobile, list an email address that you check regularly and we are always happy to confirm your booking details at any time during office hours.

DOWERIN FIELD DAYS 28th August 2019

The Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days is an agricultural expo located in the Central Wheatbelt of Western Australia. The event has continually expanded over the past 54 years to become the largest and most successful event of its kind in the state. Integrity Coach Lines will provide coach transport from Burswood to the event and return on Wednesday 28th August.  Keep an eye on our events page for more information.  Be ready to get your ticket, they sell out fast!

Want a free ride to your next holiday destination?

Pop on over to our website and enter into our competition to win a 3000km Hop on Hop off Pass valued at $395!!!!

Winner will be notified at the beginning of April.

Posted: 6/03/2019 11:58:36 AM by Sharon Graham | 0 comments

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