The Indian Pacific transverses the heart of Australia between the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
Embark on an epic luxury adventure from Perth to Sydney or Adelaide to Sydney, with varying stops in Broken Hill, The Blue Mountains, Cook and Rawlinna (seasonal).
Book an all-inclusive journey aboard The Indian Pacific to explore outback towns and iconic sights, including the majestic Blue Mountains (select routes) and Australia’s largest sheep station at Rawlinna.
It’s the people, not just the sights, that leave a lasting impression on you. Cabin crew, chefs, tour guides and rangers will each share their passion to enrich your journey.
On and off the beaten track, The Indian Pacific serves up remarkable sightseeing and adventure. From cosmopolitan cities to ghost towns and “Jackaroo country,” you’ll discover, dine and indulge your senses.
The Indian Pacific’s walkways and cabins maximise space and comfort in the utmost style. Choose Gold Service, Platinum Service or the Chairman’s Carriage—the most exclusive carriage on rails.
Platinum Service offers discerning travellers enhanced sophistication in a spacious double or twin bed cabin featuring a private en suite. Platinum cabins are almost twice the size of Gold Service. Enjoy all-inclusive Off Train Excursions and Outback Experiences, plus dining in the Platinum Club and continental breakfast in your cabin (upon request). In-cabin music and journey audio as standard. 90kg checked baggage allowance for each guest (max three). Includes private transfers at the start and end of your journey.*
Gold Service Twin is a crowd favourite, offering comfortable cabins featuring a private en suite plus upper and lower berths that convert to a three-seater lounge by day. Enjoy all-inclusive Off Train Excursions and Outback Experiences, dining in the Queen Adelaide Restaurant along with beer, wine, base spirits and non-alcoholic beverages. In-cabin music and journey audio as standard. 60kg checked baggage allowance for each guest (max two). Includes shuttle transfers to select Darwin CBD hotels.* Ask us about Gold Access Cabins, reserved exclusively for the mobility impaired. Subject to availability and other conditions.
Gold Service Single is ideal for solo travellers, offering comfortable cabins featuring a private en suite and upper and lower berths that convert to a three-seater lounge by day. Enjoy all-inclusive Off Train Excursions and Outback Experiences, dining in the Queen Adelaide Restaurant along with beer, wine, base spirits and non-alcoholic beverages. In-cabin music and journey audio as standard. 60kg checked baggage allowance for solo travellers. Includes shuttle transfers to select Darwin CBD hotels.* Ask us about Gold Access Cabins, reserved exclusively for the mobility impaired. Subject to availability and other conditions.
The Chairman's Carriage is arguably the most exclusive, private cabin on rails in Australia. Ideal for groups travelling together, you'll enjoy three Platinum Double Cabins and one Platinum Twin Cabin, accommodating up to eight people. Feast in your private, multi-purpose lounge and dining space or join fellow guests in the Platinum Club. Includes premium food, wine and Off Train Experiences.
Arts, entertainment, history and culture await you in sunny Perth. A short ferry ride will land you at Rottnest Island, home to idyllic beaches and Australia’s beloved Quokka population. Walk, ride, snorkel or segway the day away at your leisure.
Nestled between the ocean and the mountains, Adelaide is a diverse urbane centre offering the best of both worlds. Discover the city by foot, go behind the scenes at Adelaide Oval or sample cool-climate wines in the Barossa Valley.
An opal mining town with a vibrant arts scene, Broken Hill is Australia’s first heritage-listed city. Enjoy drinks and canapes overlooking ‘The Big Picture,’ the world’s largest acrylic painting crafted across two years by a self-taught artist.
Rawlinna is an intriguing remote outpost nestled on the Nullabor Plain, home to The Rawlinna Station and 80,000 sheep. Explore the station by day before indulging in a tranquil feast under the desert sky at night. This stop is seasonal, during the cooler months on the Sydney to Perth route.
Cook served as a halfway stop for trains crossing the Nullabor before the invention of diesel-powered locomotives. Now a modern-day ghost town, visitors can wander the dusty streets for a glimpse of pioneer life dating back to 1917. The old bush hospital and outhouse style gaol cells are sure to delight.
Situated in the goldfields region of Western Australia, Kalgoorlie is the largest outback city in the county. Visit Hannan’s North Tourist Mine for a short performance by local artists, delving into the town’s rich gold rush history. You’ll also have the chance to explore one of the largest open-cut mines in the world.
Sydney’s iconic harbour town is an eclectic place to explore, either side of your journey. Select itineraries include a chartered visit to The Blue Mountains, a spectacular natural wonder where breathtaking scenery greets you at every step.
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