Experience a different way of seeing the world with Journey On’s selection of iconic train journey packages.
There is something quite special about exploring our vast landscape by train. It’s the spectacular scenery and ever-changing vistas combined with old-world romance, charm and adventure that makes a train journey so exciting.
While the rest of the world is on hold, explore the interior and beyond of Australia with one of our amazing iconic train journeys.
The Ghan – In 2019 The Ghan marked 90 years of outback crossings. A lot has changed since 1929, with three unique journeys on offer – Adelaide to Darwin or vice versa (3 days/2 nights), Adelaide to Alice Springs or vice versa (2 days/1 night) and Darwin to Alice Springs or vice versa (2 days/1 night). Onboard you will find sumptuous dining, elegant private cabins, attentive service and camaraderie of fellow travellers. You can also choose from a huge range of included off-train experiences to create your own rich and rewarding personal journey through Australia’s outback and beyond.
Indian Pacific – Named for the two oceans the train encounters on its journey, the Indian Pacific travels between Perth, Adelaide and Sydney on a spectacular 4352km crossing – Sydney to Perth or vice versa (4 days/3 nights), Sydney to Adelaide or vice versa (2 days/1 night) and Adelaide to Perth or vice versa (3 days/2 nights). Traverse mountain ranges, pass through arid deserts and goldfields, rocky valleys and subtropical savannahs in complete comfort on this all-inclusive rail holiday you will never forget.
The Great Southern – Explore Australia’s south-east in laidback luxury with Australia’s newest rail journey. Discover rugged coastline, sun-kissed beaches and forested peaks as you journey between Brisbane and Adelaide, operating December to January only – Adelaide to Brisbane, (3 days/2 nights) or Brisbane to Adelaide (4 days/3 nights).
You can extend your adventure even further and choose from expertly-curated holiday packages to further connect with the unique locations and environments these train journeys travel through.
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