Are you dreaming about travelling around Australia? Well if you “Whimit” you can go anywhere!
Greyhound is offering travellers, like you, a comprehensive pass to access this vast country at your convenience. With buses departing every day from 180 stops around Australia, this pass offers flexibility for free spirits wishing to see where the road will take them.
The Whimit Travel Pass offers two different variations, the National Pass and the East Coast Pass.
The East Coast Pass starts at $265 and allows travellers to use the East Coast Greyhound bus network for up to 30 days after purchase. With this pass, passengers can visit iconic Australian landmarks from Melbourne through to Cairns, stopping at all popular spots as well as hidden gems off the beaten track.
Most people opt to start in Melbourne and travel through Sydney, Byron Bay, Gold Coast, Brisbane, and Sunshine Coast. Stopping at and exploring all of these incredible destinations. Much of the fun happens up north, where travellers can explore the Great Barrier Reef and the Whitsundays. Here people will often book tours to snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef and also sail through the Whitsundays.
(Though, to be honest, no matter which direction you choose it will still be an incredible experience!)
The National Pass starts at $369 and includes access to the entire National Pass Network. This pass is perfect for the true adventurer as these Greyhound routes can take you not only along the popular East Coast but also through the heart of Australia’svRed Centre. Here, see arguably the most impressive Australian landmark, Uluru, before continuing up through the Northern Territory and arriving in the “Top End” in Darwin.
TOUR TIP: One of our best-selling Darwin tours is the famous people jumping croc tour from Darwin.
On the way to Darwin, also be sure to stop at the gorgeous Kakadu National Park to go on a tour to see Aussie animals!
Instead of heading to Darwin, travellers could continue into Australia’s largest state Western Australia with the final stop on this route being Broome. Of course, with 120 days of travel time, this option provides passengers ample time to see all Australia has to offer.
Although passengers will usually travel from one direction to the other, these passes allow travellers to jump between destinations, meeting friends and going on tours whenever they would like. For both passes, travellers can also opt to add more days to their ticket if they want to explore for longer!
So, what are you waiting for?