Indian Pacific & Sydney City Escape

3 night All-Inclusive Rail Journey from Perth to Sydney

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Climb on board the magnificent Indian Pacific for your transcontinental voyage to Sydney, following the path of bush pioneers, gold rush prospectors and legendary adventurers. This is one of the world’s finest coast to coast crossings, on the longest stretch of straight railway track in the world. 

Encased in luxury, you’ll savour all-inclusive dining in the Queen Adelaide Restaurant, relax in your private cabin with en-suite and off-train excursions as you steam across the country. Marvel at the ever-changing scenery from harsh barren landscapes and the raw beauty of the Nullarbor Plain to the lush eucalyptus forests of the majestic Blue Mountains, before arriving at your final destination, Sydney, where you’ll disembark. 

Cruise Sydney for dinner with the best backdrop in town - Sydney's unforgettable harbour with highlights including the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.
Whilst you cruise around the Harbour, enjoy amazing array of seasonal and regionally sourced food and wine. Experience a multi-course chef-designed all-inclusive menu featuring the best of New South Wales ingredients, all of which showcase the multicultural influences on the Sydney dining scene paired with wines from some of New South Wales’ most prestigious wine regions. 
 

In Sydney enjoy a four night stay yours to explore at leisure, admire the captivating works at the Museum of Contemporary Art, amble through the beautiful greenery of The Royal Botanic Garden or explore the historic Rocks district where you could pick up a unique souvenir, tuck into delicious fare in one of Australia’s best contemporary restaurants, or enjoy a tasty tipple from the rooftop of the Glenmore Hotel.

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Package Includes

All flights & taxes

All-Inclusive Rail Journey

  • 3 night all-inclusive rail journey on board the Indian Pacific from Perth to Sydney with all meals, fine wines, and beverages
  • All-inclusive off train excursions and short stops in Cook, Adelaide, Broken Hill and the Blue Mountains (optional)

Hotel Stay

  • 4 night four-star hotel stay in Sydney with breakfast

Fully Escorted Tours

  • Sydney Harbour Dinner cruise with three-course chef inspired menu paired with a selection of beers, wine and soft drinks

*Inclusions and off-train excursions may vary where itinerary operates in reverse (Sydney to Perth)

Itinerary  may vary depending on departure date

At a glance

7 nights
Departing Aug 21 - Jan 22
All flights and taxes

Prices from

Gold Twin
$3,499 pp
Price based on 20 Nov 2021 departure
Gold Single
$3,999 pp
Price based on 20 Nov 2021 departure
Platinum Twin
Sold Out
Price based on 20 Nov 2021 departure

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Call to book:

1800 958 405

Holiday code:

TRA2225

Opening hours:

AWST: Mon to Fri 6am - 5pm | Sat & Sun 6am - 2pm | AEST: Mon to Fri 9am - 7pm | Sat & Sun 9am - 4pm

Sydney

Sydney, the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania, frequently ranks in the top ten of lists of the most liveable cities in the world. Offering a feast of cultural treats, from world-class restaurants to first-class museums; there are also dozens of places to simply hang out and admire the scenery.

Your Itinerary

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DAY 1 | 22 Aug 2021
Perth - Embark Indian Pacific

Beginning in East Perth, be greeted by  exceptional staff as you embark the Indian Pacific for your cross-country adventure. Your comfortable cabin awaits as does the elegantly appointed restaurant car. All food is included, even the delicious rack of lamb and desert lime lamington, paired with a Margaret River sauvignon blanc. As the views transform before your eyes, get ready for your first off train excursion in the wild west town of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. It’s long and fascinating history means there's plenty to see, learn and do.

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DAY 2 | 23 Aug 2021
Indian Pacific

As you wake, you’ll find yourself on the edges of the sweeping Nullarbor Plain. Vast horizons and big blue skies await and the ancient stillness of the desert landscape is only broken by a mob of friendly kangaroos or the occasional circling bird of prey. After a leisurely breakfast, you'll step off the train for a short stop in Cook. Once a bustling railway community, now effectively a ghost town, Cook gives new meaning to the expression "middle of nowhere".

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DAY 3 | 24 Aug 2021
Indian Pacific

By morning, desert views give way to the rolling South Australian countryside. You’ll enjoy an entertaining stop in the beautifully designed Adelaide, renowned for arts festivals, pop-up bars, and laneway restaurants. Over lunch, watch as pastures dissolve into tough mallee scrub on approach to Broken Hill, one of Australia’s legendary outback bases. Here, you can visit the The Main Drag, The Regional Art Gallery or The Big Picture.

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DAY 4 | 25 Aug 2021
Sydney - Disembark Indian Pacific

Watch in awe as your train snakes through the wonderous beauty of the Blue Mountains, cloaked in eucalypt forests and blessed with rare fauna. Take the off-train excursion to gaze in admiration at the Three Sisters rock formation and overlook the beautiful Jamison valley, filled with luscious eucalyptus trees and stunning views, before heading to Sydney. Then sit back and relish your last few hours of this unforgettable journey.

This evening you will cruise Sydney for dinner with the best backdrop in town - Sydney's unforgettable harbour with highlights including the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Enjoy a multi-course chef-designed all-inclusive menu featuring the best of New South Wales ingredients, all of which showcase the multicultural influences on the Sydney dining scene paired with wines from some of New South Wales’ most prestigious wine regions. 

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DAY 5 | 26 Aug 2021
Sydney

Enjoy a day at leisure, admire the captivating works at the Museum of Contemporary Art, amble through the beautiful greenery of The Royal Botanic Garden or explore the historic Rocks district where you could pick up a unique souvenir, tuck into delicious fare in one of Australia’s best contemporary restaurants, or enjoy a tasty tipple from the rooftop of the Glenmore Hotel.

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DAY 6 | 27 Aug 2021
Sydney

Embrace the world-famous iconic sights of Australia’s biggest city. Making the most of its stunning coastal location, Sydney is awash with great beaches, including surfing hot-spot Bondi, and an atmospheric harbour that’s recognised all over the world. Immerse yourself in the bustling streets of Chinatown, star gaze from the planetarium in the world-class observatory or enjoy classic fairground rides at Luna Park.

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DAY 7 | 28 Aug 2021
Sydney

On your last day in Sydney you could visit the former 19th-century prison on Cockatoo Island. These days it’s a venue for contemporary art installations and festivals as well as a campsite and picnic spot. You could also take the ferry to Taronga Zoo in northern Sydney, not just for its animals – which include native species – but for the views from the water on your way there.

Welcome aboard the Indian Pacific

Experience one of the few truly transcontinental rail journeys in the world with a voyage on board the Indian Pacific service, which travels across the breadth of southern Australia in incomparable style. Part of Great Southern Rail, the Indian Pacific speeds from coast to coast on a storied journey that follows in the footsteps of bush pioneers, gold rush greed, and famous adventurers who forged to discover the barren natural beauty of Australia’s famously unforgiving outback.

Know the Facts

The dream of a transcontinental rail service began in the 1890s, but it was not until 1969 that an uninterrupted rail track linked the Indian Ocean in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east. The train’s first full transcontinental journey took place on 23 February 1970, when more than 10,000 people welcome the historic train to the city of Perth. Today, the 774-metre-long train travels the 4,350 kilometres between Sydney and Perth in approximately 65 hours. It is instantly recognisable by its bold wedge-tailed eagle emblem.

Know the Facts

The dream of a transcontinental rail service began in the 1890s, but it was not until 1969 that an uninterrupted rail track linked the Indian Ocean in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east. The train’s first full transcontinental journey took place on 23 February 1970, when more than 10,000 people welcome the historic train to the city of Perth. Today, the 774-metre-long train travels the 4,350 kilometres between Sydney and Perth in approximately 65 hours. It is instantly recognisable by its bold wedge-tailed eagle emblem.

Carriages

On average, the train comprises some 30 different carriages, including guest cabins, crew quarters, restaurant cars, lounges and power vans. The length of the train is around 774 metres, so you’ll have plenty of space to stretch your legs on board.

Cabins

The accommodation on board is extremely luxurious, with different levels of opulence depending on what you desire from your escape. The modern cabin suites are hewn from wood and have all the comforts required to ensure you have a restful journey, and contrast beautifully with the elegant Edwardian décor of the dining cars.

Food

Your dining options depend on the level of service you have opted for, but all meals take place in the beautifully appointed Queen Adelaide restaurant car or the Platinum Club. Menus change frequently and feature Australian cuisine and more international flavours, plus sumptuous local wines.

Prices & Departures

  All flights included
regional flights available at a supplement
Departing
Departing 22 August 2021
Departing 12 September 2021
Departing 24 October 2021
Departing 20 November 2021
Departing 23 January 2022
Gold Twin
Gold Twin $3,699
Gold Twin $4,299
Gold Twin $4,399
Gold Twin $3,499
Gold Twin $3,599
Gold Single
Gold Single $4,199
Gold Single $4,499
Gold Single $4,599
Gold Single $3,999
Gold Single $4,599
Platinum Twin
Platinum Twin Sold Out
Platinum Twin Sold Out
Platinum Twin Sold Out
Platinum Twin Sold Out
Platinum Twin $5,499

CALL TO BOOK: 1800 958 405

HOLIDAY CODE: TRA2225