Train Travel Australia

Train Travel Australia

Australia train journeys are one of the best ways to explore the Australian landscape.  Australia is a vast country of spectacular changing landscapes ranging from scenic coastal views to the red dirt of the outback, the thriving rainforests of the tropics and mountainous countryside. With Australia being nearly the size of the Unites States, the distance between capital cities is long.

 

Australia by train Tropical North Queensland 

 

What to Expect When Travelling by Train

 

• Fresh panorama each day

• Choice of service levels

• Prepared meals in the restaurant or café 

• Inclusive Whistle Stop Tours

 

Just sit back and relax as you cover some of Australia's most popular regions.

 

 

Enjoy Some of the World's Greatest Train Journeys 

 

The Ghan

The Ghan actually started in the late 1800s. The complete Adelaide-Darwin rail route was completed in 2004 with the Ghan going on its first 2979-kilometre journey.

 

The Indian Pacific

The transcontinental Indian Pacific offers a leisurely way to enjoy the scenery of the mountains and desert in a journey from Sydney to Perth, or vice versa, through Adelaide in South Australia and across the vastness of the Nullarbor. 

 

The Overland

The Overland pioneered inter-capital train travel between Melbourne and Adelaide in 1887 and after more than 120 years continues to provide that link.

 

The Southern Spirit

The Southern Spirit is the latest of Great Southern Rail's transcontinental trains and travels between Adelaide and Brisbane and between Melbourne and Brisbane.

Boomerang Escapes will create a travel itinerary designed with just you in mind. Australia train travel can be incorporated into any vacation package.

 

Call us today so you can soon be enjoying your very own Australian train experience!

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