Indian Pacific 4 days/3 nights (Apr 2018-Mar 2019) : Prices / Book
Day 1: Sydney & Blue Mountains
Your transcontinental adventure begins as we pull away from the platform in Sydney in the mid-afternoon. As we wind our way through the truly breathtaking Blue Mountains, a sumptuous dinner accompanied by an array of fine wines is served. After dinner, feel free to relax with a nightcap, before heading off for a restful night’s sleep
Day 2: Broken Hill, Barossa Valley & Adelaide Surrounds
We arrive in the ‘Silver City’ that is Broken Hill as the day begins, where you embark on your choice of Off Train Excursions that encompass the mining and cultural history or the unexpected oasis of art. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast back on the train as we make our way west. Relax and take in the views and before you know it, lunch is being served as the Indian Pacific enters the southern tip of the spectacular and ancient Flinders Ranges. Arriving in the beautiful and elegant city of Adelaide in the afternoon, guests have the choice of a tour of the city or a visit to the world-famous and historic wine region of the Barossa Valley or the Adelaide Hills region including a delectable visit to Hahndorf. All tours include dinner. Reboarding the train late in the evening, feel free to share your experiences in the Lounge with old and new friends alike, before getting a comfortable nights sleep.
Day 3: Nullarbor Plain
You’ll awaken in the seemingly endless expanse that is the extraordinary Nullarbor Plain. Breakfast is served as you travel along the longest stretch of straight railway track in the world. Relax, read, chat or just take in the everchanging views. That evening enjoy the tranquillity of dinner off the train and under the stars in the remote and beautiful Rawlinna.
Day 4: Avon Valley & Perth
Breakfast is served as we glide through the colourful patchwork of rolling hills that is the Avon Valley as we make our way to Perth, arriving after an onboard lunch.
Perth - Sydney Itinerary
If you choose to traverse the Australian Outback from Perth to Sydney on the Indian Pacific you will experience all of these remarkable destinations with the exception of Rawlinna. Instead, the train makes stops in iconic Kalgoorlie and the remote town of Cook in South Australia. In Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, you will learn of the region's fascinating mining history and bear witness to the astounding 3.6km wide Super Pit, the largest open cut gold mine in Australia.
The next day you will continue on to Cook, an intriguing ghost town in the middle of nowhere. Explore the former railway settlement's abandoned buildings and marvel at the vastness of the Nullarbor Plain.
Platinum Service (Twin & Double Share)
Boasting deluxe extras such as Platinum Transfers, in-cabin breakfasts and access to the Platinum Lounge and Restaurant, Platinum Service promises and delivers a journey beyond expectations. The first thing you'll notice about your Platinum cabin is the abundance of space, almost twice the size of a Gold Twin Cabin. By day your cabin is configured as a private lounge with deluxe lounge seating, a table and two ottomans. By night you'll sleep easy as the lounges convert to a comfortable bedroom with either a double bed or twin beds.
Gold Service (Single & Twin Share)
You'll enjoy private cabin accommodation together with all-inclusive dining, beverages and a range of fascinating Off Train Excursions at key stops. Gold Service accommodation is available in both single and twin-share so you can choose to travel with your partner, friends or roll solo.
During the day, the compact Twin Berth Sleeper Cabins offer a comfortable three seater lounge, converting to an upper and lower sleeping berth at night. And with top notch service from our hospitality attendant, you'll enjoy fresh sheets, bath towels, pillows, doonas and complimentary toiletries. Twin Berth Sleeper Cabins have private en suite facilities with a hide-away compact toilet, wash basin and shower.
Prices will be subject to change on a weekly basis unless paid in full.
Fares are valid for departures from 1st April 2018 - 31st March 2019.