This section provides information and links to Camborne’s well-served public transport system. Buses link with neighbouring towns and attractions, so leave the car behind and enjoy better views of the town and countryside. Thank you for choosing to travel by bus.
For help with journey planning, either to get to, or travel around, Camborne by bus, visit Traveline
There are a number of tickets that offer good value for public transport users. As well as single and day return tickets being available, you can also purchase Family Single or Family returns, Explorer tickets, Ride Cornwall rovers and PlusBus tickets. Further information can be found at western greyhound or First Group
Places to visit:
Gwithian is a pretty village close to the Towans, Gwithian Beach and Godrevy Head and just a short bus journey away from Camborne. You can return by bus or take the Godrevy to Brea Trail by foot which follows an ancient ‘church way’.
Portreath, the nearest coastal settlement with a popular beach can be reached by buses leaving hourly from Camborne. You can return by bus or take the healthy (and scenic!) option by returning along the Portreath Branchline Trail, initially climbing steeply out of the wooded valley to Feadon Farm before following a pleasant countryside route returning eventually along the Red River Valley through Tuckingmill Valley Park.
This cathedral city and historic market centre is a Cornwall’s only city and attracts tourists and people from all over the county. A regular hourly bus service runs between Truro and Camborne.
Buses leave regularly every 20 minutes to Hayle. Use the Discover Hayle map and website to explore this fascinating area.