Whether you want to travel from the Indian Pacific to the South Pacific or set off from the tropical city of Darwin down to the hot and arid centre of Adelaide – let train holidays in Australia lead the way.
Australian rail holidays are a sought-after package for those wanting to experience gorgeous views and colonial heritage from place to place, in the comfort of a first-class carriage. With Australia being such a large expanse of land, naturally, there’s so much to see and do. Australian train holidays provide a comfortable and relaxing voyage – allowing you to see those hard-to-get-to places without a worry in sight.
Great Southern Rail offers you a big screen window to enjoy the panoramic views on your itinerary, off-train excursions throughout the trip and is complete with all-inclusive dining and journey audio commentary for a guided tour feel. First Class Holidays can tailor your rail holiday to suit your travel aspirations - contact one of our Australia travel experts today to find out how you can book a dream holiday of a lifetime.
Rail Holidays in Australia via The Indian Pacific
Covering 4,352 kilometres of track, a journey via The Indian Pacific is perfect for wildlife, food and wine enthusiasts who want variety and contrast with every shifting view.
The Indian Pacific rail journey shows you the best of Australia from East to West. Start your day by witnessing sea lions bask on white beaches, the sandstone cliffs and canyons of the Blue Mountains and much more that will fully immerse you in the impressive landscapes Australia has to offer.
Australia Rail Holiday Itineraries
Rail travel in Australia via The Ghan
Embark on a train journey through time with breathtaking views on one of Australia’s most iconic routes; covering 2,979 kilometres (1,851 miles) via the Adelaide-Darwin railway.
Those who join us aboard a four-day journey on The Ghan will witness some of the most beautiful landscapes before their final destination at the bustling, Mediterranean climate of Adelaide in places such as Katherine, Alice Springs and the historic mining town of Coober Pedy.