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Can you believe how fast it feels like this year is going! Perth has experienced some bitterly cold weather fronts lately, so who is ready for some sunshine?  I know I am!  We generally associate warm weather, sunshine and hot Aussie summer days with the beach, but if its hot weather, Australian outback history with a hint of agriculture and a touch of mining that interest you, then places like New Norica, Dalwallinu, Mount Magnet, Cue, Meekatharra and Newman should be on your itinerary! 

South Hedland PUMA

New Norcia: Founded in 1847 by 2 Spanish Benedictine Monks. Except for the Australian bush, you could be excused for thinking you're walking through a village in Europe surrounded by the magnificent architecture. The town has worn many hats in history and provided a mission, a monastery, a school and even now, a place of spiritual sanctuary.

Monkey Mia Dolphin - Credit Tourism Wa

Dalwallinu: This quiet little wheat belt town is best known for its remarkable wildflower displays from July to October and marks the beginning of WA’s famous Wildflower Way.

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Mt Magnet: As one of the Mid West regions original mining towns, Mt Magnet has endured to become the longest gold mining settlement in WA, with open cut mining still in operation today. The Mount Magnet Mining and Pastoral Museum is a great insight into the history surrounding the area.  The Rock display is also a visitor favourite.

Cue night sky

Cue: From 19th century buildings to 10,000 year old Aboriginal rock art, the peaceful town of Cue is surrounded by the allure of history.  A true Outback town, coloured with an assortment of red hues, make a magnificent backdrop for the wildflower season between July and October. If you are interested in astrology, Cue has magnificent uninterrupted views of the night sky, making it an ideal location for star gazing and night time photography.

Shark Bay Camel Rides - credit website

Meekatharra: A Yamatji word meaning “place of little water”, Meekatharra is the largest shire in the Murchison. There are plenty of walking and discovery trails, a museum and an abundance of history to this town.  It is also a hub to the established mines and mineral exploration companies for resources such as stores, fuel and other convenience services.

Shark Bay Thong Shack - Credit Australias Coral Coast

Newman: Sits on the traditional lands of the Nyiyarparli people. The Martu people are the present custodians.  Not only is it a resource mining town, it is a significant regional centre which has many services available for travelers such as a shopping precinct, restaurants, hotels, motels, a recreation centre and swimming pool.  The countryside is striking with blue, green and red colours of the outback, natural waterholes, early aboriginal art sites and plenty of Australian plant and wildlife.

 

Check out our destinations page for more information or have a look at our timetables to make an itinerary. 

Having problems making an itinerary?  Email us your travel details to info@integritycoachlines.com.au and we can help!

INTEGRITY COACH LINES CHARTER SERVICES


Did you know that we also provide first class, private coach charters?

Departing from Perth to wherever you want to go on Mainland Australia, we can provide a tailored charter specific to your groups needs.

We cater for:

  • Corporate and Foundation groups from Perth to Regional areas
  • Work retreats departing Perth Metro Area
  • School camps departing Perth Metro Area
  • Perth Airport transfers
  • Private Charter from Perth to anywhere on Mainland Australia


We pride ourselves on being a reliable and competitively priced coach charter service and we have many satisfied repeat customers.

AFL GRAND FINAL 2019


GO EAGLES!!! (Sorry Dockers Fans, its just not happening for you this year) But, if the Eagles make it into the Grand Final we are heading east!

AFL Grand Final Charter Event ticket includes -

  • Transport from Perth to Melbourne for the Grand Final Parade.
  • Transport from Geelong (Best Western Admiralty Motor Inn) to the MCG for those staying in Geelong on Game Day.
  • Transport from Geelong or the MCG in Melbourne back to Perth.
  • Package does not include tickets into the game or accommodation - passengers to organise these themselves.

ITINERARY:

Wednesday 25th Sept 2019 -  8am Departure from Glenn Place, between Bolton Avenue and Vic Park Drive, Burswood.

Friday 27th Sept 2019 - Arrive on Friday approximately 11am at the rear of Fitzroy Gardens on Albert Street. Walk through the gardens to the parade. Following the parade, those staying in Melbourne can collect their luggage from the coach and make their own way to their accommodation and to the game the next day. For those staying in Geelong, you can re-board the coach at the rear of Fitzroy Gardens and travel to the Best Western Admiralty Motor Inn in Geelong.

Saturday 28th Sept 2019 - Passengers staying Melbourne will make their own way to the MCG Stadium for the AFL Grand Final. Passengers staying in Geelong can board at the Best Western Admiralty Motor Inn and travel to the MCG for the AFL Grand Finals on the coach. Passengers can return by coach 1 hour after the game finishes or find their own way back to Geelong.

Sunday 29th Sept 2019 - Depart Victoria and head back to Perth. Passengers staying at Geelong will get on the coach at 11am. Passengers staying in Melbourne will catch the coach from the MCG at 12 noon.

Tuesday 1st Oct 2019 -  Coach expected to arrive to Burswood at approx 6am. (Note: This may be earlier, it is dependent upon traffic on the roads and in the roadhouses during the trip).

Bookings are available now and tickets are $750.00 per person.  PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are fully refundable if you cannot get Grand Final Tickets or the Eagles do not make it through to the Grand Final.  Full terms and conditions can be read by clinking on the following link: AFL CHARTER EVENT 

Expressions of interest can be taken with no deposit, however, seats are not guaranteed until full payment has been received.

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