Fitzroy Crossing to Broome
Fitzroy Crossing to Broome Bus
See the natural wonders of the Kimberley region when you travel from Fitzroy Crossing to Broome on a luxurious Greyhound bus!
Your journey will begin in Fitzroy Crossing, home to the three national parks formed from the remains of the ancient Devonian Reef. The most accessible of the three parks, Geike Gorge, is a breathtaking waterway that plays host to rare marine life. Tunnel Creek National Park is home to Western Australia’s oldest cave system, with enthralling stalactite and stalagmite formations; while Windjana Gorge National Park boasts freshwater pools at the base of the gorge that are home to crocodiles.
On the five-hour bus trip from Fitzroy Crossing to Broome, you’ll enjoy all the comforts of a modern Greyhound coach. You can relax and recharge in your reclining leather seat; stay connected with in-seat USB chargers; and take in the expanse of the Outback through your panoramic windows!
If you’d prefer an aisle seat, that’s no problem – you can reserve your favourite spot on the bus when you book your trip from Fitzroy Crossing to Broome with our seat selection feature. You can also follow your journey’s progress with our real-time coach tracker, and unlock even more benefits and offers by joining our Greyhound Rewards program.
When you arrive in Broome, make a beeline for Cable Beach, a 22km (14mi) strip of soft white sand and sparkling turquoise water known for its incredible sunsets. You can even watch the sun sink into the Indian Ocean from the back of a camel as you ride along the beach!
Broome’s story is closely tied to the pearling industry. Well before European settlement, the Indigenous population of Western Australia traded pearl shells with fishermen from the Indonesian island of Sulawesi; after settlement, pearl farming became a major commercial industry. Today, you can see how the history of Broome’s pearling industry unfolded at the Pearl Luggers Museum, or cruise Roebuck Bay on an old pearl lugger.
Broome is also known for dinosaur footprints! You can take a hovercraft tour to Gantheaume Point to look for 130 million-year-old footprints, followed by a visit to the Gantheaume Point Lighthouse to watch for dolphins and migrating whales between July and October.
From March to October, visitors to Broome flock to Town Beach to see the Staircase to the Moon, a stunning visual illusion of stairs reaching to the moon caused by reflections off the exposed mudflats of Roebuck Bay.
The ultimate way to see the Australian Outback is aboard a Greyhound coach. Book your bus ticket from Fitzroy Crossing to Broome today!
|Air Conditioning||Reclining Seats||On-board Restroom|
|Reading Lights||USB Chargers||Panoramic Windows|
STOPS BETWEEN FITZROY
CROSSING & BROOME*
Fitzroy Crossing Tourist Info
*Not all stops are available
on every service
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where do buses depart from in Fitzroy Crossing and Broome?
In Fitzroy Crossing, buses to Broome depart from the Visitors Centre on Flynn Drive. In Broome, buses to Fitzroy Crossing depart from the Tourist Info Centre on Broome Highway.
What amenities can I expect on the bus?
All our buses from Fitzroy Crossing to Broome come with USB chargers, reclining seats, and a restroom.
How long does it take to get from Fitzroy Crossing to Broome?
The bus trip from Fitzroy Crossing to Broome takes approximately 5h 10m. For the most up-to-date timetable please visit the Timetables page.
How much is a bus ticket from Fitzroy Crossing to Broome?
All our bus fares come in three tiers – Early Bird, Advantage and Premium – with prices varying based on how far in advance you are making a booking. You can find the most up-to-date price for your trip by searching available trips online or by calling our customer service team on 1300 473 946. For more information on different types of available fares visit our Compare Fares page.
Where can I buy a ticket?
The easiest and cheapest way to buy a bus ticket for your Fitzroy Crossing to Broome trip is to book directly on our website. Your ticket is then saved in your My Greyhound account where you can manage your booking, and simply show an electronic copy of your ticket on your phone to the bus driver when you board.
You can also book your trips on the phone by contacting our friendly customer service on 1300 473 946, at our ticket outlets/travel agencies, or directly with the bus driver*.
*Please note that all bookings made through our call centre, travel centres and tickets purchased directly from drivers will incur a booking fee of $5.
**For more information see our FAQ page.