Greyhound Travel Passes
Looking for a way to explore Australia? Then look no further than our travel passes! Our passes offer you the choice, flexibility and freedom you need to explore our country’s diverse landscape.
Check out our quick comparison guide to help you choose the pass that’s right for you!
TRAVEL PASS COMPARISON
There are two kinds of Whimit Travel Passes to choose from, depending on your travel plans — National and East Coast.
Our National Whimit Passes give you unlimited access to Australia’s largest coach network — travelling on any route and in any direction — for your chosen amount of time. Think of it as your ultimate way to see Australia's reefs and rainforests, outback and wildlife — or both!
The East Coast Whimit Passes allow unlimited travel along the East Coast on any of our services between Melbourne and Cairns, back and forth in any direction, for as many consecutive days as purchased. Get ready to plan nothing, do everything!
If you’re a frequent commuter, you can’t go past our popular Commuter Passes. Offering superior value for money, it’s the most convenient and cost-effective way to travel between Sydney and Canberra, Brisbane and Toowoomba, or Cairns and Townsville!
|Travel in any direction
|Travel on any route
|Hop on hop off travel
|Add extra days
|Manage pass online
|Max travel days
*120 days of travel available with purchase of 120-day National Whimit Pass. †90 days of travel available with purchase of 90-day East Coast Pass. ††Max 25 trips with 180 days to use the Commuter Pass
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