Rail

Australia is well known for it's iconic rail journeys. The Ghan (Adelaide /Alice Springs/Darwin) and the Indian Pacific (Sydney/Adelaide/Perth) are just a few. These journeys take you across the continent offering amazing scenery and the chance to stop off at key attractions along the way. Our shorter journeys allow you to travel in comfort and take in the sights without the hassle of driving.

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The Westlander

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Enjoy a scenic journey from Brisbane across the Great Dividing Range to Charleville. Explore the largest town in south-west Queensland and experience the outback attractions such as the Cosmos Centre stargazing observatory, the Royal Flying Doctor's Service Base and the opal fields of the south-west.

Tilt Train

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Travelling daily between Brisbane and Rockhampton, the state-of-the-art Tilt Train offers a smooth and comfortable journey through Queensland. Featuring the Great Barrier Reef, Fraser Island, and Hervey Bay, ride the Tilt Train to capture the beautiful coastal scenery of the east coast.

Spirit of Queensland train

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Embark on a journey between Brisbane and Tropical North Queensland through a land of spectacular and ever-changing colour. The Spirit of Queensland is one of Australia's great real journeys and a favourite amongst travellers. Hop on board for an unforgettable experience along Queensland's stunning coastline.

The Overland -The Lounge Room

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Relax on board the Overland between Melbourne and Adelaide. The Overland provides a comfortable, relaxing way to travel between the cities or to ease into a great holiday in either Melbourne, Adelaide or their surrounding regions.

Inlander on Bridge

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From Townsville in the Tropical North to the mining centre of Mount Isa, experience the heritage and natural beauty of Queensland's rugged, yet beautiful interior onboard the Inlander. Travel through the remote townships and natural treasures of the northern outback of Queensland including Charters Towers, the Great Dividing Range and Hughenden.

The Indian Pacific Great Southern Rail

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Travel by rail across the vast continent of Australia from east coast to west coast (or vice versa). The Indian Pacific is one of the world's longest and greatest train journeys. From the World Heritage Blue Mountains Region to the world’s longest straight stretch of railway line across the Nullarbor Plain. Choose to hop off and experience some of Australia’s most famous outback towns with scheduled stops at Broken Hill, Adelaide and Kalgoorlie.

The Ghan Great Rail Journey

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Travel the length of the continent on The Ghan from Adelaide to Darwin on board this great rail journey. Marvel at the spectacular Australian landscapes; from the iconic Red Centre of Alice Springs, to Katherine and the Top End of Darwin. Hop off at Alice Springs or the Katherine Region to experience some of the Northern Territory’s best attractions and experiences.

Spirit of the outback train

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Experience the history and culture of outback Australia on this 24-hour journey between Brisbane and Longreach. Indulge in an authentic dining experience and admire the ever-changing landscape from the coast to the outback. Featuring rugged mountains, wide-open plains and historic towns, enjoy a relaxing train ride aboard the Spirit of the Outback.

Country Link XPT

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The XPT, or express passenger train, takes travelers between Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. Passing through the towns of Dubbo, Grafton and Casino, the XPT is a high speed train servicing the east coast of Australia.

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Travel by rail from Sydney City to Broken Hill through the outback of New South Wales, and on to the capital of Canberra. This rail journey features some of the most scenic sights in New South Wales and the smaller towns of Armidale, Moree & Griffith.