Vertical or horizontal
Step in, take a seat, and sit back as the most stunning landscapes glide past you. Very comfortably, you'll traverse some of the most remote and engaging parts of Australia
by train. Enjoy four days and three nights of the surroundings, gourmet meals and the atmosphere on board. During stops you will make unforgettable excursions, Where the world can't find you...
The Ghan - Vertical
The legendary Ghan
takes you from Top End's Darwin
, the original transport route of camel caravans through red desert landscapes, past scattered settlements, salt lakes and ancient rock formations. When the train stops, the adventure begins; In Katherine
unfold Nitmiluk Gorge's
natural wonders and introduce you to the indigenous culture, in the Red Heart
Explores 'Outback' Alice Springs
and barbecued you at the Telegraph Station
and in mining town Coober Pedy
lunches for you as the lion's share of the inhabitants live; Underground. Thundering through the majestic Flinders Ranges,
prepare for your arrival in the capital Adelaide
, once known as the city of churches.
Indian Pacific - Horizontal
With its bold eagle emblem that symbolizes the scope, scope and significance of each epic journey, the Indian Pacific
- named after the oceans between which the railway leads - connects Perth, Adelaide
. The route follows in the footsteps of mystical adventurers and prospectors and cuts through mountain ranges, deserts and goldfields, valleys and savannahs. From East to West, the train stops the mining history and artistic culture of 'silver city' Broken Hill
and in Adelaide
for a city tour, a visit to the world famous wine regions or a culinary trip to Adelaide Hills.
The last stop is for dinner among the magnificent desert stars in Rawlinna,
before the train stops in Perth,
the most isolated city in the world, decorated with bars, restaurants and art.