October 2021 Newsletter

October 2021 Newsletter

Express, Hop on Hop off and Charter Transport

Isn't it about now that we start to ask how many sleeps until Christmas? Actually, don't tell me, its probably closer than I care to remember! There is still time to plan a trip before Christmas. We are busy helping with enquiries, pricing and itineraries to get people organised for a coach ride to their favourite destination, their next holiday or a planned 2022 trip. Because of the 12 month expiry, Hop on Hop off Passes are proving to be a popular option for those who want the flexibility. A Gift voucher for our services is also a great idea for those who are hard to buy for, which means they have plenty of time to plan and travel at their own pace.  

One of the many popular destinations along our route is Carnarvon, known for its amazing produce and seafood as well as being a lovely, friendly town to visit.

 

Carnarvon

Photo credit: The Roaming Flamingo

With an average temperature of 26'C, Carnarvon can can be up to 10 degrees cooler than Exmouth in summer and 10 degrees warmer than Perth in winter. 

January - April is turtle nesting and hatching season. Kite surfing and coral spawning are also popular events and also when the manta rays visit. Whale sharks are entering the area so keep a watchful eye.

May - August the Humpacks are migrating through and the Whale sharks are leaving the area. Surfing throughout these months is optimal. Manta rays are abundant and make for beautiful underwater photography subjects.

September - December sees the end to the Humpback migration and turtle nesting begin again. It's a prime time for kite and wind surfing .

Any time of the year is a good time to snorkel, swim and beach fish!

 

There is never a bored moment with so much to see and do.  Actually, you will have to ensure you make enough time to fit it all in! Here are a couple of places to add onto your itinerary when in Carnarvon;

One Mile Jetty Interpretive Centre – Built in 1897, One Mile Jetty is currently closed to visitors due to damage created by cyclone Seroja, however visit the Interpretive Centre.  Open daily from 9am to 4pm in April to October with shortened opening times from November to March. Enter Sunsets Café to gain entry into the One Mile Jetty Interpretative Centre.

Close to to the One Mile Jetty, in the Heritage Precinct you will find the Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottage Museum. Free to enter and displaying pieces that date back to the 1900’s, the Museum is a wonderful way to learn about Carnarvon’s history and how life was lived at the turn of the last century. A display covering Carnarvon tales about whaling, pastoral farming and livestock and Indigenous culture. It’s a captivating way to explore the heritage-packed region.

The Heritage Precinct takes you back in time and offers visual wonderment with local, original Aboriginal artwork, colonial objects and photographs as well as a large projection wall showing old pictures of the jetty.

Open every Saturday from May to October, the local Weekly Farmer’s Market has great produce such bananas, mangoes and locally grown organic vegetables. Wander around with a delicious homemade ice cream and look at the locally made items or stop to listen to local buskers.  The markets operate directly outside of the Carnarvon Visitor Centre.

High Street is known for its character where even on a short walk, you will find delightful cafes, charming heritage buildings and wonderful shop front displays. 

Carnarvons' Space and Technology Museum is the highlight of many visitors to Carnarvon. 
The museum elevates the little known history about the role Carnarvon played in the manned space program and in the Australian communications industry.

The museum focusses on two parts. The Carnarvon Tracking Station and the OTC Satellite Earth Station, each of which played separate roles in the early space industry.

Integrity Coach Lines arrive into Carnarvon from both North and South direction, 6 times per week. Visit for a great holiday destination, some well earned R&R or as part of your Hop on Hop off itinerary!  

Want to know more about our Express, Hop on Hop off passes, Charter services or our upcoming Tour Events? Easy! Just click on the "Find out more" button below!

 

Want a free ride to your next holiday destination?
Be in the draw to win a 3000km Hop on Hop off Pass.  
See below for how you can be in with the chance to win your own 3000km Hop on Hop off Pass with Integrity Coach Lines.


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

Winner will be notified at the beginning of January 2021

 

www.integritycoachlines.com.au
08 9274 7464

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