Transwa is Western Australia's regional public transport provider, linking 275 destinations, from Kalbarri in the north to Augusta in the south west to Esperance in the south east.
The Transwa system provides transport to the major regional centres of Bunbury, Kalgoorlie, Northam, Geraldton and Albany.
Transwa is part of the Public Transport Authority and was launched on 28 May 2003 replacing Westrail.
Transwa operates 4 rail services:
In 2003/04 Transwa introduced 21 Volgren bodied Scania K124EB coaches aimed at revitalising the country coach fleet, which travel to many destinations across southern Western Australia including Albany, Augusta, Pemberton, Esperance, Geraldton, Kalbarri and Meekatharra.
There are 13 routes:
GE1: Perth to Esperance via Jerramungup/Dumbleyung
GE2: Perth to Esperance via Kulin/Hyden
GE3: Kalgoorlie to Esperance
GS1: Perth to Albany via Williams/Kojonup/Narrogin
GS2: Perth to Albany/Gnowangerup/Katanning via Northam/Narrogin
GS3: Perth to Albany via Bunbury/Walpole
N1: Perth to Geraldton/Kalbarri via Eneabba
N2: Perth to Geraldton via Moora/Kalbarri
N3: Perth to Geraldton via Northam/Mullewa
N4: Geraldton to Meekatharra
SW1: Perth to Augusta/Pemberton via Bunbury
SW2: Perth to Pemberton via Bunbury and Donnybrook
SW3: Perth to Pemberton via Bunbury, Collie, Boyup Brook and Bridgetown