The Ghan

One of the world's greatest rail journeys, travel in style from Adelaide to Darwin on the mighty Ghan

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The Ghan

The famous Ghan journeys through the centre of Australia, from the small country towns and vineyards of South Australia, through awesome Red Centre scenery, to the lush landscapes and rainforest of the tropical ‘Top End’.

Route: Adelaide to Darwin, via Alice Springs and the Red Centre
Distance: 3,000 kilometres
Departures: once or twice weekly, including the Expedition Service
Accommodation: private ensuite Gold or Platinum cabins, all meals and drinks

Combine The Ghan with flights, city stays and touring for an unforgettable Australia holiday.

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Travel on The Ghan

Discover Australia on these amazing Ghan rail journeys and holidays.

Save up to £185 The Ghan Crossing The Victoria River

The Ghan

Adelaide | Alice Springs

Rail journey 2 days from £705
Save up to £185 The Ghan, Australia

The Ghan

Darwin | Alice Springs

Rail journey 2 days from £705
Save up to £315 The Ghan at Dusk, Train, Australia

The Ghan

Adelaide | Alice Springs | Darwin

Rail journey 3 days from £1228
Save up to £450 The Ghan Expedition, McDonnell Ranges

The Ghan Expedition

Darwin | Katherine | Red Centre | Coober Pedy | Adelaide

Rail Explorer 4 days from £1714
Travel on the Ghan The Olgas, Northern Territory

Red Centre Secrets Rail Explorer

Adelaide | Alice Springs | Ayers Rock | Kings Canyon

Rail Explorer 8 days from £1885
The Ghan & TranzAlpine Coastal Pacific

Traverse by Train

Darwin | Adelaide | Bay of Islands | Wellington | Kaikoura

Holiday Idea 28 days from £3988

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