March 21 Newsletter featuring Broome

March 21 Newsletter featuring Broome

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Everyone at Integrity Coach Lines has been busy working to promote coach travel between Perth and Broome, especially to our local (everyone in WA is a local right?) residents who often miss out on visiting some of the best destinations in the world in lieu of travelling to another state or even country.

Destinations like Jurien Bay, Geraldton, Coral Bay, Exmouth and Karratha are among the many departure points we offer. Make your way to Kalbarri or Monkey Mia for an extra special experience. Swim with the whale sharks, watch hatchling turtles make their first journey to the ocean, take a selfie with an emu or watch an amazing sunset on Cable Beach.

Our drivers are fantastic, providing some wonderful photo's and videos of the places we visit and the people they meet along the way, but we would still love to see yours! Pop them up and tag us #integritycoachlines / @integcoachlines or email them to info@integritycoachlines.com.au 

We do this, as we love WA and we are passionate about taking people to every town we visit along our route, which, in turn, is our way of helping to bring much needed tourism dollars to these communities.

Though, its more than just taking sightseeing tourists from place to place. We connect people with their families, we transport remote patients to see a specialist or get to a hospital for surgery.  We take employees to and from work and sometimes, just someone who wants to go to a town and do some shopping.

We transport people from all walks of life and we love the variety of characters that Hop on and Hop off our coaches. We get to know our regulars pretty well and they are important to us.

For some excellent information take a look at our blogs. Other than destination information and our Newsletters, we have some great topics that will be sure to give you not only great information but a bit of a giggle! 

Broome


For those hitting Broome at different times of the year, knowing about the weather patterns is important.  Broome does not have a Summer and Winter, but a Dry and Wet season.  The Dry season is usually April - October bringing with it beautiful warm, sunny days and balmy but clear blue night skies, while the Wet season from around November to March is when you might encounter a mixture of hot days, rain or even some cyclone activity. Most say you haven't experienced Broome unless you have visited in both the Dry and the Wet Season as there are many benefits to both. Read our blog "Why you should visit Broome in the wet season" 

Not only the pearling capital of Australia, Broome is home to Cable Beach boasting 22km of pristine coastline and one of the best sunsets in the West but on certain days from March to October, mother nature puts on a magical display with the natural phenomenon known as Stair Case to the Moon

There is so much to see and do in Broome. You may need two visits to fit it all in!
Apart from Cable Beach, which is the perfect setting for a sunset camel ride, to Gantheaume Point - where dinosaur prints can be seen in the red rocks at low tide. There's Chinatown, Pearl Cruises, scenic flights to the AMAZING Horizontal Falls and for the history buffs, the Historical Society & Museum and Japanese Cemetery. Take a visit to the Broome Courthouse Markets for fabulous food options and some locally made souvenirs.

We can get you there! Integrity coach Lines travel arrives and departs Broome two times per week. Or why not book a Hop on Hop off Pass and either start or finish your travel in Broome. Its the best way to see WA on your time, your itinerary and your budget!

Enter to win a 3000km Hop on Hop off Pass

Want a free ride to your next holiday destination along our route with INTEGRITY COACH LINES?

Pop on over to our website and enter into our competition to win a 3000km Hop on Hop off Pass valued at $397!!!!

Winner will be notified at the beginning of April.

 
Posted: 3/03/2021 11:27:13 AM by Sharon Graham | 0 comments
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