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Handing on the keys

Busy Blue Bus Tours + Charters after nearly ten years of operation Is handing on the keys to a great future in large bus transport to Southern Bus Charters; Brett and Debbie Edwards.  Quality transport services on The Amazing South Coast are changing hands.

Busy Blue Bus Tours + Charters
Busy Blue Bus Tours

Busy Blue Bus was ignited in January 2010 with one bus and one driver and an entrepreneurial spark.  Since then it has grown and expanded the scope of bus transport enterprises in which it is engaged across the southern portion of Western Australia.

In its current position Busy Blue Bus provides services in the School Bus Industry, Town Bus Services in Esperance, charter and self-drive hire of vehicles as well as tourism related activities from depots in Albany and Esperance.  A business review recently determined to reduce the breadth of service provision and relinquish charter and dry hire operations from its Albany depot.

Owners James and Susan McCabe are pleased to announce that Brett and Debbie Edwards with Southern Bus Charters will be operating bus charter and dry hire services in Albany in the future.


We invite the Albany community to support the endeavours of Southern Bus Charters. Get on board as they expand their successful operations!

Busy Blue Bus day and half day tours will continue with the talented Tour Manager Maryanne Marsh and our passionate tour guide drivers.  Our tours will continue to depart daily on The Amazing South Coast.  Our eleven trade-ready tour products are available for booking or leave an inquiry for a customised tour itinerary;

  • online on our website,
  • over the phone on (08) 98422133.
NEW in 2020 will be our physical presence on the streets of Albany WA in a pop-up retail space on Stirling Tce.  Come and see us and celebrate this milestone with us! We welcome your comment and inquiry.
Albany, Amazing South Coast, Busy Blue Bus Tours, Day Tour, Great Southern
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