The last remaining trans-continental Indian Pacific train has been making the 4352km epic journey between Perth and Sydney for over 40 years.
Named after the two great oceans, the three day, three night passage that spans the great Australian continent is one of the longest train journeys in the world, affording passengers plenty of time to gain a unique perspective of Australia’s vast open spaces.
Embarkation can take place in Sydney, Adelaide or Perth and you may choose whether to travel East to West or vice versa, with durations on board varying accordingly.
This elegantly luxurious train offers accommodation to suit most pockets. Platinum service offers a heightened level of comfort, with spacious cabins all complete with full en-suite facilities. Full breakfasts, seasonal freshly prepared lunches and a la carte dinner menus, accompanied by a selection of fine Australian wines, will be served in the Queen Adelaide restaurant car. Gold class consists of compact single and twin berth cabins, or if you prefer a little extra space and comfort, Gold service superior cabins are available for an additional surcharge. Red Service offers two-abreast reclining chairs, with pillows, blankets, meals and refreshments available to purchase on board.
Highlights of this unforgettable journey include:-
- Western Australia’s scenic Avon Valley
- Gold rush town of Kalgoorlie
- The ancient Nullabor Plain
- Australia’s longest-lived mining city, Broken Hill
- Spectacular Blue Mountains
The welcoming Outback Explorer lounge offers both a place to socialise and relax and admire the passing magnificent landscapes through its panoramic windows. For passengers booking a Platinum cabin, a new restaurant/lounge became available on journeys from 1 April this year.
Book your place today on the iconic Indian Pacific . We are Aussie Specialists and will gladly tailor make an itinerary to include, what will be, a very memorable journey!