Halls Creek to Broome
Halls Creek to Broome Bus
See the Outback like never before when you travel through the Kimberley from Halls Creek to Broome on a luxurious Greyhound bus.
A small town on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert and Tanami Desert, Halls Creek is the gateway to a range of stunning natural wonders, including the World Heritage-listed Purnululu National Park, which plays host to the striking sandstone towers known as the Bungle Bungle Range. If you’re feeling adventurous, a trek into the Tanami Desert will reveal the Lake Gregory Wetlands, home to more than 70 species of waterbirds, and the awe-inspiring Wolfe Creek Crater National Park, the second-largest meteorite crater in the entire world.
On the bus from Halls Creek to Broome, you’ll pass through Fitzroy Crossing. If you stop there, it’s the perfect base for exploring the three Devonian Reef national parks, formed by the remains of a 350 million-year-old tropical reef. The most accessible of the three parks, Geike Gorge, is an astonishing waterway where rare marine life can be found, while Tunnel Creek boasts Western Australia’s oldest cave system, and the freshwater pools of Windjana Gorge are a popular hangout for crocodiles.
Finally, you’ll arrive in Broome. Originally built as a pearling port in the 1880s, its appeal for today’s tourists has much more to do with the turquoise water and sun-kissed sand of Cable Beach, where you can ride a camel while you watch the sun sink into the Indian Ocean.
If you want to dive into Broome’s past, you can visit the Pearl Luggers Museum, or cruise Roebuck Bay on an old pearl lugger. Roebuck Bay is also responsible for one of the world’s grandest natural illusions – from March to October, the moonlight that reflects off the bay’s exposed mudflats creates the impression of a ‘Staircase to the Moon’, which visitors come from far and wide to see. Head to Town Beach for the best view!
Broome also gives you the best chance you might ever have to spot a dinosaur track in the wild, as their 130-million-year old footprints can be seen at Gantheaume Point at low tide. After you take a hovercraft tour to see the dino prints, head to nearby Gantheaume Point Lighthouse to watch playful dolphins and migrating whales (between July and October).
On the nine-hour bus trip from Halls Creek to Broome, you can relax and enjoy all the comforts and luxuries that a modern Greyhound coach has to offer, including reclining leather seats with plenty of legroom, in-seat USB chargers, free WiFi connectivity and panoramic windows!
If you’d prefer an aisle seat, that’s no problem – you can reserve your favourite spot on the bus with our seat selection feature when you book your bus ticket from Halls Creek to Broome. You can also stay up-to-date with any service delays that might affect your trip with our real-time coach tracker, and unlock even more benefits and offers by joining our Greyhound Rewards program. For every express ticket you buy, you’ll receive G-Dollars that you can put towards your next trip, or save for a special adventure!
This is the ultimate way to see the Outback. Book your Greyhound bus ticket from Halls Creek to Broome today!
|Air Conditioning||Reclining Seats||On-board Restroom|
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HALLS CREEK & BROOME*
Fitzroy Crossing Tourist Info
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where do buses depart from in Halls Creek and Broome?
In Halls Creek, buses to Broome depart from Poinciana Roadhouse. In Broome, buses to Halls Creek depart from the Tourist Info Centre on Broome Highway.
What amenities can I expect on the bus?
All our buses from Halls Creek to Broome come with free WiFi, USB chargers, reclining seats, and a restroom.
How long does it take to get from Halls Creek to Broome?
The bus trip from Halls Creek to Broome takes approximately 9h 10m. For the most up-to-date timetable please visit the Timetables page.
How much is a bus ticket from Halls Creek 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 Halls Creek 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.