Adam Barnard

Adam Barnard is the owner and Managing Director of ADAMS Perth's leading provider of Bus and Coach Transportation.

Upon completing high school in 1992, Perth born Adam joined The Australian Army where he served for 8 years. After leaving the army, Adam found work as a tour guide working predominantly in the North West of WA. In 2003 Adam commenced work as an operations manager for Nightcruiser Party Buses.

While working for Nightcruiser, Adam helped expand the operation from a fleet of two buses to 18. Following this success, Adam realized that this was an industry with endless opportunities and decided to launch his own bus and coach business.

ADAMS started from humble beginnings in September of 2005. Quickly gaining a reputation for friendly reliable service, business grew and as a result of this strong demand in December 2005, Adam and his wife Nadine purchased Atkinson Coachlines as a going concern. With this acquisition came several large Eastern States tours and customers that were impressed the high standard of service. The company grew again in 2008 when they purchased Swan Gold Tour's at the time Swan Gold Tours were the largest charter operator in Western Australia.

The final and largest acquisition came in December 2012 with the purchase of the iconic Australian Pinnacle Tours. Today in 2016 the company is now the largest Tourism operator in the state employing in excess of 140 staff and operating a fleet of more than 50 vehicles".

In November 2015 ADAMS was awarded a ten year contract on Rottnest Island to operate the Tours and Transport offerings on the island completing the tourism triangle of Broome, Rottnest Island and Perth.

Recently ADAMS were awarded Gold in the 2015 WA Tourism awards for the categories of Major Tour/Transport operator and Excellence in Chinese Tourism. ADAMS has also been awarded the industry's highest honour; being named the 2010 ABCUA Australian National Bus Operator of the Year.

Adam is a great supporter of the Bell Tower and has said, "With the redevelopment of the Barrack Square precinct now complete if you haven't been you really don't know what you are missing".

General Enquiry

“I didn’t realise there was so much to learn about bells.”

Michelle & Martin Lovett, Victoria

“It’s a really interesting musical instrument!”

Ryu Hyungsuk, South Korea

“We have nothing like this at home. With compliments to Perth for it.”

Ron & Jean Lawson, Canada