On the banks of the mighty Fitzroy River, at the edge of the ancient Devonian Reef, Fitzroy Crossing offers visitors a true Outback experience.
WHAT TO DO & SEE IN FITZROY CROSSING
HOW TO GET TO FITZROY CROSSING
With more than 180 stops across the country and services in all mainland states and territories, Greyhound is Australia’s largest coach network. Here are our most popular routes to Fitzroy Crossing!
HOW TO GET AROUND FITZROY CROSSING
Once your Greyhound bus to Fitzroy Crossing arrives at the Fitzroy Crossing Visitor Centre (at the entrance to Fitzroy Crossing Library and Shire Offices, on the corner of Forest Road and Flynn Drive), you’ll find it’s a sprawling series of small settlements, rather than a traditional town with an identifiable centre.
The main attractions are spread out sporadically around the surrounding area – Fitzroy Crossing is 18km from Geikie Gorge, 63km from Tunnel Creek, 90km from the Mimbi Caves and 95km from Windjana Gorge – and there is no local public transport system.
There are, however, a number of local tour operators who will be able to take you to these attractions and guide you through them, dispensing invaluable local knowledge in the process. Visit the Fitzroy Crossing Visitor Centre to arrange a tour!