Multiple channels have been offered to the customers who want to get in touch with Transwa Australia. It is up to you to go through all these specified channels on the Transwa contact us page and select the most convenient one out of the list.
People who live in Australia have been provided with a dedicated Transwa phone number to make all their booking related inquiries. It is possible for you to contact this number and get in touch with a Transwa customer service representative from Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 5.30pm and on Saturdays from 8.30am to 4.30pm. On Sundays, Transwa customer support is available from 10am to 4pm.
If you want to get in touch with the administration, there is a specific Transwa contact number provided for you to get in touch. The other Transwa customer support contact numbers that have been mentioned on the Contact Us page of Transwa Australia include fax, transperth infoline, translation and interpretation and national relay service.
An email address has also been provided for the customers. If you want to get in touch with Transwa Australia in a non-working hour of the day, you can use this email address and a reply can be expected within 24 hours.
TRANSWA MORE INFO
Transwa is a public transport system in Australia; Transwa was launched and also began operation on 28 May 2003, Transwa was launched and operate by the PTA (Public Transport Authority) in Western Australia to replace the Western Australian Government Railways Commission.
Public Transport Authority was established to provide road and rail passenger services to regional centers in the southern parts of Western Australia. Transwa was launched by PTA to provide their customer a safe and affordable means of transportation via rail for regional Western Australia.
Transwa links 240 destinations, starting from Kalbarri in the North to Augusta in the South West and straight to Esperance in the South East. Transwa operating system provides their transport services to some major cities’ regional centers, these cities includes Bunbury, Kalgoorlie, Northam, Geraldton, and Albany. In 2003 – 2004, Transwa introduced 21 Volgren bodied Scania K124EB coaches with the aim of revitalizing Australia’s coach fleet, Transwa operates to many destinations all over Southern-Western part of Australia, these includes Meekatharra, Esperance, Pemberton, Augusta and off course Albany, Kalbarri and Geraldton.
In 2005, the organization received an order to replace the Scania with 23 Irizar bodied Volvo coaches. More information can be gotten from Transwa phone number to official website or place a call with the company’s customer care line.