Just announced the Swan Valley Explorer Bus providing Hop On Hop Off Bus service.
Swan Valley Bus – hop on hop off service is the best thing to come to the Swan Valley since… well wine.
Let ADAMS be your designated driver.
Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city for a day to experience Swan Valley with the convenient Swan Valley Explorer Hop On/Hop Off bus service.
Announced by Tourism Minister Paul Papalia and Transport Minister Rita Saffioti in the Swan Valley today that ADAMS tour operator will begin launching a Swan Valley Explorer Hop On/Hop Off Service allowing visitors to discover the region at their own pace and create their own itinerary.
As noted by Transport Minister Rita Saffioti:
“This is essentially a CAT bus style of service for the Swan Valley tourism region that will connect it with the rest of Perth’s public transport network.
A seven day a week hop on, hop off bus service has been launched in the Swan Valley. The commercial service is supported by Tourism WA. Will be about 20 stops along the circle route @abcperth #wapol pic.twitter.com/A2cbLtEmI4
— Jessica Strutt (@JessicaStrutt) October 29, 2018
Swan Valley Bus Details
Swan Valley Hop On Hop Off Bus – The Swan Valley Explorer operates on a circuit that starts and finishes at Guildford Train Station and will operate 7 days a week – commencing the 10th of November.
The buses will run on a reduced frequency Monday-Tuesday and will operate every 30 minutes from Wednesday to Sunday, timed to meet with connecting train services at Guildford. Plus this will allow for easy timings when you are exploring the Swan Valley.
The full Swan Valley Bus loop takes approximately 1.5 hours taking guests along West Swan Road, Great Northern Highway and Reid Highway, allowing them to hop on and hop off at wineries, gourmet food provedores and tourism attractions.
Swan Valley Bus – Hop on Hop Off Stops
The Swan Valley Explorer Bus provides you access to over 45 different businesses throughout the Swan Valley before returning to Guildford Train Station.
All the buses are air-conditioned, wheelchair friendly and have WIFI.
Once you have had a fun-filled day in the valley, head back into Perth city via the Midland Line from Guildford Train Station.
Adams will be providing two tour options:
Caversham Wildlife Park and Swan Valley Explorer with prices from $59 pp
Swan Valley Hop On Hop Off Swan Valley Explorer with prices from $20 pp.
City of Swan residents though are the real winners being able to purchase an annual pass at the subsidised rate of $60 for the entire year.
For more information visit goadams.com.au.
Tickets can be purchased online at goadams.com.au/swanvalleyexplorer, on-board by EFTPOS and at the Swan Valley Visitors Centre.
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