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Indian Pacific

4 day Rail Journey - from £1159

Sydney | Perth

There’s no other rail journey quite like it, from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean through Australia’s great outback, travelling 4352 kilometres in about 65 hours.

  • Choice of Gold or Platinum Cabin
  • All meals and drinks included
  • City and outback scenery
  • Blue Mountains optional excursion

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Your Rail Journey

This mighty train passes through the Blue Mountains, rolling green pasture land, mining towns and the Nullarbor Desert, with scheduled stops and tour options at Broken Hill, Adelaide and the gold mining town of Kalgoorlie.

Travel in either direction – from the ‘harbour city’ of Sydney in the east or the lovely Western Australian capital, Perth. Whichever direction you choose you travel, you will be treated to a visual feast as you leave behind the city lights for the rolling hills and outback towns. Relax in the comfort of your own private cabin and enjoy the fine cuisine within the on board restaurant carriages.

Your Cabin

Experience the romance of traditional rail travel in the comfort of your own private cabin.

Gold Service Travel

  • Twin bunk cabin accommodation by night
  • Two seater lounge cabin by day
  • Ensuite facilities (Twin cabins only)
  • All inclusive dining in the Queen Adelaide Restaurant
  • Drinks including Australian wines, beers and spirits
  • Off train excursions
  • 60kg luggage allowance per guest

Platinum Service Travel

  • Double / twin bed cabin accommodation
  • Two seater lounge cabin by day
  • Full size ensuite facilities
  • All inclusive dining in the Platinum Club Car
  • Drinks including Australian wines, beers and spirits
  • Off train excursions
  • 90kg luggage allowance per guest
  • Platinum transfers at the start and end of your journeys

Dinner in Rawlinna

In Rawlinna, Platinum and Gold Service guests are invited to disembark for a traditional Outback lamb roast dinner under the Nullarbor skies.

*All-inclusive Blue Mountains Off Train Excursion

When travelling to Sydney, you will have the opportunity to disembark the Indian Pacific at Mt Victoria and tour the Blue Mountains with visits to Katoomba and Scenic World, including lunch, before continuing that afternoon onto Sydney by local train.

4 day Rail Journey - from £1159

*EARLY BIRD OFFER*
Save up to 20% when you book 6 months in advance

Options

  • Upgrade to luxury of a Platinum Service Cabin with double bed, private ensuite and access to the exclusive Platinum Club Car from £2222
  • Add nights in Perth before or after your Rail Explorer from £50
  • Add nights in Sydney before or after your Rail Explorer from £48

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*Early Bird Offer* Save up to 20% when booking 6 months in advance. Valid on new bookings only. Subject to availability. Price quoted above includes discount

Prices shown are per person based on 2 people sharing a cabin travelling June 2020 to July 2020 & December 2020 to January 2021. The Blue Mountains off train excursion only available for guests travelling from Perth to Sydney.

Indian Pacific Sydney to Perth Map

JOURNEY DETAILS

SYDNEY TO PERTH (year round)

Departs: 15:00 Wednesday
Arrives: 15:00 Saturday
Off Train Experiences: Adelaide and Surrounds Tour, Broken Hill Mining Tour, Cook Outback Tour and Nullarbor Plain Outback Dinner at Rawlinna (seasonal)

PERTH TO SYDNEY (year round)

Departs: 10:00 Sunday
Arrives: 11:30 Wednesday or 15:15 with the inclusion of the Blue Mountains morning excursion.
Off Train Experiences: Broken Hill, Adelaide and Surrounds, Cook, Rawlinna and Blue Mountains touring option*

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Coronavirus – Notice for Customers

We are currently contacting all customers whose holiday may be affected by the current travel restrictions in place due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.

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