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The Why Not Bus is a West Australian backpacker tour bus. Owned and operated by two backpackers in their 20’s, it’s the most fun and personal way to explore, party and travel Western Australia with your new family.
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
+61 416 873 206
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Reviewed 12 September 2018 via mobile

Awesome kind of out of hand mixed with a easy to float along with kind of chill. The tour guide was clear, compromising, motivating and polite. He included everyone on the bus so that we were one big family afterwards. I felt supported to spend...More

2  Thank Arthur K
Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile

We had an unreal time with Errun going up the West Coast! The trip is a great mix of being a tour and a road trip. There are things that are planned but if everyone wants to do something else or skip something then you...More

2  Thank Charlie V
Reviewed 3 September 2018

From the knowledgeable guides, to the beautiful rugged coastline and amazing marine life, to the friends I made for ever, my WhyNotBus experience was a highlight of my time in Australia and I would recommend it to all travellers. Shout out to the long boys

Thank Leon L
Reviewed 3 September 2018

Just got back from the most amazing trip with the why not bus - Errun is the best tour guide ever! Such an amazing crowd, good vibes and incredible sights!! Can't recommend enough - if you want to see the West Coast THIS is 1000%...More

1  Thank _isobelives
Reviewed 22 August 2018 via mobile

Unreal time up the coast from Perth to Broome with the why not bus. So fun, went to every spot you’d want to do and we saw everything we wanted to while having such a laugh with a big crew of people, big shout out...More

Thank Josh G
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

Everything about this trip was me down to the ground. Overnight stays were a mixture of hostels, camping sites and camping in the outback with the group always making dinner then packing up the next morning to move on (the fresh morning air perfect at...More

Thank Sam A
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

Whynot bus tour Perth - Broome, best trip ever!!! Highly recommend doing it, not only for the magic and beauty of the West coast but also for the great people, superb activities and great drivers/guides (Oli, legend!!!). Also second part of the trip - Exmouth...More

Thank Daša Ž
Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

After organising myself a roadtrip from Cairns to Perth I have to say it is a lot of work to organise tours yourself. This your is made by locals that have the backpacker roadtrip feeling. You see all the important spots, you camp for the...More

Thank Xarreko
Reviewed 21 May 2018

It was not my first tour in Australia but it was definitely the best one. All of us were solo backpackers so it felt like one big happy family. The games, the laughs, the hugs, the activities (swimming with whalesharks!!!) I will never ever forget....More

Thank LienS91
Reviewed 20 May 2018 via mobile

Definitely one of the best ways to travel the west coast! Met some amazing people and Oli (our guide) ensured we got the full WA experience. Didn't feel at all like a tour, more like a road trip with friends. Cheers guys ❤

Thank Bethany J
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