Just Walk Here
The town of Worthing literally borders St. Lawrence Gap. As soon as you reach the spot where the St. Lawrence Gap sign is, on the western edge of town, you're in Worthing. Greame Hall Nature Sanctuary is about a mile from Dover Hotel. So if you're staying in St. Lawrence Gap, which you mostly likely are, there is no sense in taking a bus or cab, as you can easily walk to Worthing within a few minutes.
When we first visited Worthing, it was only our second day on the island, so we didn't realize you could get there walking directly through town, so we ended up walking along the main road, which took twice as long, and was far more difficult, because of bad sidewalk conditions and narrow walking space. Once we figured out we can get there walking through town, we started doing that, which was a whole lot easier, and saved a lot of time. So if you want to walk through Worthing, from St. Lawrence Gap, do so via the main road going through town, and you will be there is a few minutes. The nature sanctuary is a bit further, so walking there takes a bit longer, than walking to the town itself, and it requires partially walking along the main trafficy road.
- Hiking and Walking
Bus from Bridgetown
It's easy to get a bus to Worthing from Bridgetown. The terminal is located upriver from National Heroes' Square. Just follow Constitution River with the water on your right. It's about ten minutes from Nelson's Statue. There are dozens of buses there going to different parts of the island. The destinations are displayed on the front. Each bus has a driver and a spruiker/ticket collector and all of these will call out to you as you approach asking you where you are going. A bit chaotic but a lot of fun. The bus from Bridgetown to (anywhere else) costs BB$1.50.