image of Hengistbury Head and an open top bus

The 2023 summer season has now ended and our Beach Breezer 70 will only operate between Alum Chine to Eastcliff

We hope to see you again on the Beach Breezer 80 in the spring of 2024!


Rockley Park

Poole’s largest holiday caravan park and very popular with families in the summer season.  A bus stop is located at the park entrance so you can leave the car at the site and take the bus to experience more of your Dorset stay.  Our group dayrider tickets are ideal for families as they are valid for up to 5 people.  They can be bought on the bus from the driver with contactless or cash.  Or download our handy morebus app to buy tickets and track buses in live times!


Is home to the largest natural harbour in Europe. You can hop off at the Quay and enjoy some of Poole’s finest seafood.  The Quay has many events during the summer and during the school holidays, even fireworks can be enjoyed for free.  From the Quay, you can take a ferry ride around the harbour or take a trip to Brownsea Island, and see if you can spot a red squirrel.  Brownsea is a national trust property so entrance fees do apply. The quay connects to the town’s high street and links through to the Dolphin shopping centre.

Just a short stroll from the Bus Station you will find the hidden gem Poole Park with crazy golf, an adventure playground and a large lake to enjoy pedalos and paddle boards

Compton Acres

Discover the stunning gardens at Compton Acres, one of the finest privately owned gardens in Dorset. With its café and tea rooms, it makes a lovely stop off for a couple of hours. Entrance fees apply.

Alum Chine

Is home to one of the favourite blue flag beaches in Poole.  It is very popular with locals as it’s a bit more hidden away from the tourist hot spots of Bournemouth and Sandbanks.  However, all the beach facilities and a lovely play park can be found nearby.  So why not experience the beach of the locals and hop off here!


The seaside town with something for everyone, enjoy the stunning beach, take a zip line down from the pier, a gentle stroll through the gardens, have a game of crazy golf or catch up on a movie at BH2. From sunny days to rainy days, there is never a shortage of entertainment.

Hengistbury Head

Another must-see if you are enjoying a holiday in Dorset.  This dramatic headland has much of our finest nature and more information can be found at the visitor centre located near the bus stop.  You can experience the land train for more family fun.  Dogs are welcome on the beach, and you can even take a short hop on the ferry for a round trip or of course hop back on the bus with your dayrider ticket to continue to Christchurch.


A historic market town with independent shops, cafes and restaurants, and a beautiful harbour to enjoy. You will find the historic priory church and castle ruins which help give Christchurch a real olde worlde feel, adding another dimension to your Dorset experience.


A former fishing village, with lovely places to eat and views to be enjoyed. It’s a great place to try crab fishing with the children.



To experience a great day out on our Harbour or Beach Breezer services we recommend you buy a zone A dayrider where you can hop on and off all day and transfer from route to route.  These are available for individuals or groups of up to 5 people travelling together. If you are transferring onto one of our Purbeck Breezers towards Swanage you will need a zone C ticket.

However, if you are going just there and back all single bus fares are currently reduced to just £2 until 30 June. Check out our fares page for zone maps and prices

All our buses accept contactless payments and cash, or you can buy tickets via our morebus app as well as track buses in live times!