The Indian Pacific is one of Australia’s great rail journeys crossing the country from coast to coast. The journey from Perth passes Avon Valley and the gold-mining town of Kalgoorlie before crossing WA’s vast Nullabor into South Australia.


The Indian Pacific is one of Australia’s great rail journeys crossing the country from coast to coast. The journey from Perth passes Avon Valley and the gold-mining town of Kalgoorlie before crossing WA’s vast Nullabor into South Australia. From Adelaide the train continues across the outback towards Sydney with stops at Broken Hill and the Blue Mountains. All-inclusive dining, off-train excursions and private ensuite cabins are included with your Indian Pacific experience.

JBRE on train Platinum service platinum double room by nigh HA in passage way 1920
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2Trip Highlights

The arid dessert landscape of the Nullarbor Plain

Drinks around a bonfire in the outback town of Rawlinna

Perth, Adelaide & Sydney

Off-train excursions in Broken Hill and the Blue Mountains

3Rates & Inclusions
What's Included

From AUD$2899 per person (twin share) Gold Cabin, Perth to Sydney
From AUD$2169 per person (twin share) Gold Cabin, Perth to Adelaide

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  • 4 days/3 nights aboard the Indian Pacific (or 3 days/2 nights if disembarking in Adelaide)
  • Private ensuite cabin
  • All-inclusive food and wine
  • Off-train outback experiences in Rawlinna, Cook, Adelaide, Broken Hill and Blue Mountains (optional)
        4Location & Access
        Location & Access

        The Indian Pacific departs from East Perth or Sydney; it is also possible to board the Indian Pacific in Adelaide at the half-way point for the journey in either direction to Perth or Sydney

        5Luxury Accommodation
        Where You'll Sleep

        Private Gold standard cabin with ensuite – 3 nights

        Optional upgrade to Platinum class cabin with access to the exclusive Platinum dining cart

        Day-by-Day Itinerary

        Day 1

        Your journey from Perth begins as you pull away from the platform mid-morning. Settle into your comfortable cabin and get to know the creature comforts of life onboard. Enjoy a modern Australian lunch as you glide through the picturesque rolling hills of the Avon Valley. After a relaxing afternoon onboard, enjoy a three-course dinner prior to your late evening arrival into the gold-mining town of Kalgoorlie.

        Included: D

        Day1 IP 1 AG IP heading through Avon Valley towards Perth Next to Avon River DSC2456 1920

        Day 2

        Awake to the spectacular expanse of the Nullarbor Plain and watch the sunrise. Be captivated by the stillness of the desert landscape and keep your eyes peeled for kangaroos. Waiting ahead is the charm of the once-thriving Nullarbor railway town of Cook. Sit back and relax as the train continues its trek across the longest single stretch of railway in the world. Weather permitting, guests will disembark at Rawlinna for canapes and drinks around a bonfire. Another regionally-inspired dinner is to follow with drinks in the lounge before retiring to your cabin for the night.

        Included: B - L - D

        Day2 GSR IP Rawlinna Dinner Under the Stars 1920

        Day 3

        ​You will arrive into Adelaide early this morning and have a choice of two off-train excursions to explore the city. Choose from a visit to the local markets for a progressive walking breakfast or go on a walking tour of the city including Adelaide oval. After some fresh air, board the train for the final leg of your cross-country journey to Sydney. This evening enjoy a stop at Broken Hill, Australia’s silver capital and home to a unique artistic community.

        Included: B - L - D

        Day3 GSR Indian Pacific OTE Broken Hill Miners Memorial 1920

        Day 4

        ​​​​​This morning starts in the picturesque Blue Mountains of New South Wales. After breakfast, disembark to view the iconic Three Sisters and Jamison Valley on an off-train excursion, before completing your journey into Sydney mid-afternoon.

        Included: B - L

        Day4 IP 1 AG IP heading through the Blue Mountains the Megalong Valley Hartley and Mount York in the background DSC8601 1920
        7Season & Departure Dates
        Season & Departure Dates

        Regular departures from Perth on Sundays, or from Sydney on Wednesdays

        One of the best trips we have experienced… great train, enjoyable company, beautiful food, comfy cabins, extraordinary scenery
        Feb 2020 - Indian Pacific: Sydney to Perth

        Frequently asked questions

        When is the best time to visit WA?

        Western Australia is a vast State with two distinct weather zones dictating the best time to visit. The northern third of the State including Broome and the Kimberley experience warm dry winters and humid wet summer months between November and March.

        When is the best time to visit New South Wales?

        Much of New South Wales enjoys a mild sub-tropical climate with humid warm summers and mild winters. Sydney and the Blue Mountains region are generally 4 or 5 degrees cooler than the Central Coast and northern NSW Hinterland region including Byron Bay.

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