Route 30
Swanage | Wool | Weymouth | Dorchester

Route 30 is a Summer only seasonal service (Click "see times" to see this year's service dates). Jump on the 30 and explore the famous Jurassic Coast and discover the natural wonder of Lulworth Cove and the majestic Durdle Door.

Runs everyday throughout the Summer.

Route 40
Poole | Wareham | Swanage

Catch the 40 and experience the rich Dorset countryside, behold the breathtaking Corfe Castle, or just spend a quiet evening in the picturesque market town of Wareham.

Runs on all normal service days.

Route 50
Bournemouth | Sandbanks | Studland | Swanage

A bus journey you'll never forget, route 50 takes you on a scenic trip through the stunning Sandbanks, on board the Sandbanks ferry and through the beautiful beaches and countryside that Purbeck is famous for. Not one to be missed!

Route 50 is operated with open top buses but in certain circumstances, we may have to use an ordinary bus. If Sandbanks Ferry is closed for maintainance, the route will operate via Poole.

Runs on all normal service days.

Route 60
Poole | Lilliput | Canford Cliffs | Sandbanks

Connecting Poole and Sandbanks, route 60 is perfect for anyone wanting to take a scenic route on before spending a day relaxing on the golden sands, splashing in the sea, or connecting onto the 50 and continuing onwards to Swanage!

Runs on all normal service days during the Summer, and Monday to Saturday at other times of the year.

Route 5
Bournemouth | Alum Chine | Canford Cliffs | Poole

This exciting new coastal explorer takes a scenic journey along the golden sandy beaches and chines of Dorset; including the beautiful Branksome Chine and the secluded Alum Chine.

Running during the summer school holidays, the Purbeck Breezer 70 takes you between Poole and Bournemouth, up to hourly every day.

Route 5
Swanage - Durlston Country Park

Route 5 is a Summer only seasonal service. Explore the forests and clifftops of Durlston Country Park for breathtaking views!

Runs on all normal service days during the Summer.


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Travel on the 70 between Poole, Alum Chine and Bournemouth, the 60 between Poole and Sandbanks, the 50 between Bournemouth and Sandbanks, the 40 between Poole and South Lytchett Caravan Park as well as all morebus and Damory services in Bournemouth and Poole up to Broadstone, Bearwood, Northbourne and Christchurch.


Unlimited travel on all the Purbeck Breezer routes, as well as all morebus, Damory, Salisbury Reds, bluestar, unilink bus right across the South Coast (except night buses).

Ways to buy your ticket
On board

All of our tickets (apart from Annual tickets) are available from our friendly drivers when you hop on board.

You can also buy tickets in person from our travel shop at Poole Bus Station.

The morebus app

The morebus App lets you buy and store tickets before you travel. Once you get on the bus simply show your ticket, on your phone, to the driver. You can even gift tickets to family and friends.

Download it now on Android and iOS.

The Key

The Key is our smart card that you can use to pay for your tickets in advance, meaning that when it's topped up, you just need to hop on one of our buses and tap it against our card machines.

All that's left to do then is sit back and relax.

For more information and to get yours visit the morebus website.

Staying for a few days or more?

You could save money with weekly tickets. For more information and prices, head on over to the morebus website to find the best deal!



The Isle of Purbeck, situated on the south coast of England, is steeped in natural beauty, bursting with wildlife,
full of historic picturesque villages and places to visit...

So hop on board our Purbeck Breezer buses to experience the views - travel between Bournemouth, Poole, Sandbanks,
Wareham, Corfe Castle, Swanage and Weymouth for a day trip to remember.


Arriving in Swanage, you will be welcomed by an unspoilt seaside town bursting with character and old fashioned charm, as well as a town centre with interesting, unique curiosity, shops and a vintage steam railway too.

Stroll along the old fashioned pier, watch Punch & Judy on the beach or simply relax in a deck chair taking in the views and enjoying an ice cream... A dip in the sea is essential, while a boat trip around the bay is a delight.

Swanage Steam Railway run trips daily from April to October to Corfe Castle and Norden, taking you back in time to the era of steam.

Get there on:
route 30route 40route 50route 5

Corfe Castle

As your trip continues through the countryside, you’ll soon be rewarded with a site to behold - the breathtaking outline of Corfe Castle, steeped high on the ramparts in the village of Corfe. The historical role the castle plays can be dated back to William the Conqueror’s day and by the time of the Civil War was defended by the Bankes family when it fell to treachery from within and was subsequently destroyed by the Parliamentarians.

The castle is now owned by the National Trust and admission charges apply.

National Trust website

Get there on:
route 30route 40

Lulworth Cove & Durdle Door

Start your journey in Swanage or Weymouth for a trip that will take you through some of the prettiest villages and scenery in the south west. Within a while you find yourself at one of the seven natural wonders of southern England - Lulworth Cove. With a shingle beach, the cove offers a relaxing place to stop for a bite to eat and for a visit to the Heritage Centre. Then either catch the bus to the next stop or walk onto Durdle Door.

This limestone arch is a spectacle to behold, rising from the sea majestically, this natural wonder is renowned the world over. Access to the shingle beach is via a footpath and steps from the top of the hill. The bus will drop you at the main road, then just follow the signs.

Get there on:
route 30


Known as Britain’s Palm Beach with its golden sands and luxurious homes, Sandbanks has beachside facilities for the whole family, including cafes, showers and ice cream vendors. Swim in the clear waters, laze on the beach or for an adrenaline high hire a windsurf and give it a go!

Get there on:
route 50route 60

Shell Bay & Studland

Hop off the bus here and enjoy the miles of golden sands, take in the sea breeze, explore the dunes and nature reserve or enjoy a snack in the cafe. If you are looking for that overall tan, then you are in the right place - further along the shore is a dedicated naturist beach.

Studland Village is steeped in history of smugglers and conjures up images of Famous Five stories written by author Enid Blyton. Take a look around the ancient church, enjoy a cream tea in the local pub before heading up the cliff top foot path to the infamous Old Harry Rocks. From here you can continue along to Ballard Down and down into Swanage. Alternatively, head back to catch the bus to Swanage.

Get there on:
route 50


Weymouth is a popular seaside town and has plenty to enjoy: beaches, shops and the Sealife Centre too.

Get there on:
route 30


A busy market town with a pretty quayside, restaurants, cafés, a museum and a medieval church, all nesting within the Saxon walls. Farmers' markets take place once a month, summer Saturdays play host to a street market and on Thursdays too! Oh... and Lawrence of Arabia's effigy is housed in St Martin's Church.

Get there on:
route 30route 40

Compton Acres

If you're not in a rush or fancy a different experience why not take the bus to Compton Acres? The bus stops right outside what is recognised as one of the most important ornamental gardens in the United Kingdom.

While away hours in over 10 acres of horticultural heaven in a location overlooking some of the finest views in the area and then round off your visit in the charming tea rooms, gift shop and plant shop.

Get there on:
route 60route 70

Alum Chine

Alum Chine is the largest of four chines within Bournemouth. Bask in the relaxed atmosphere of the wooded cliff and magnificent sea views. Experience bliss and enjoy shaded paths, a popular Treasure Island-themed children's play area and a paddling pool. If you prefer a quiet moment, the nearby tropical gardens, which have their origins in the 1920s, provide an ideal area for contemplation.

The Blue Flag award-winning beach down below offers stunning views and a striking landscape design along with state-of-the-art facilities.

Get there on:
route 70







📱 by phone:
01202 338 420
(Mon-Fri: 8am-6:30pm)

📧 by email:

📪 by mail:
Poole Bus Station
The Dolphin Centre
BH15 1SN

in person:
The more shop
Poole Bus Station
(Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm)
(Sat: 10am-2pm)
(Sun: closed)

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