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INDIAN PACIFIC PRE-TOUR EXTENSION

  • Overview
  • Itinerary
  • Fares
  • Accommodation

A journey overview

  • Sydney
  • Blue Mountains
  • Broken Hill
  • Adelaide
  • The Nullarbor
  • Rawlinna
  • Avon Valley
  • Perth

4 Days Explorations
  • Departing:
  • 11 Sep 2019

Before your private jet journey, travel across the country from Sydney to Perth on the iconic Indian Pacific Train.

Indian Pacific Pre Tour Extension

Itinerary

Meet the Indian Pacific at Sydney Central Station and settle in to our cabin, ready to make the 4,352-kilometre journey. It’s not long before the city unravels into forests of eucalyptus, and we are winding our way through the moody peaks of the Blue Mountains.

The first opportunity to step off the train presents itself at Broken Hill. Choose to explore at your own pace or enjoy an included experience to Pro Hart’s art studio or the Miners’ Memorial. Back on our train, we later arrive at Adelaide. Stay in the city and explore the cultural precinct, head to the Barossa Valley or visit the picturesque village of Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills.

Open your curtains to the desolate yet captivating landscapes of the Nullarbor Plain. Today’s journey today takes us along the longest single stretch of railway in the world. This evening, we arrive in Rawlinna and, under a sky flecked with stars, we enjoy canapés and drinks.

Our train trundles through the beautiful Avon Valley this morning. We enjoy lunch on board and depart the Indian Pacific on arrival at East Perth Station. In the evening, you’ll join your group for the welcome dinner.

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