Indian Pacific holidays
An iconic route that links together the Indian and Pacific Oceans, the aptly-named Indian Pacific journey offers a transcontinental rail adventure like no other. Zooming along the longest stretch of railway track in the world, while indulging in the Indian Pacific’s onboard luxury you can gaze upon the mighty Blue Mountains, explore verdant vineyards, and discover a combination of bustling cities and secluded ghost towns. It’s unequivocally the best way to soak up Australia’s southern states. Ready to embark on your Journey Beyond? Flight Centre can put the wheels in motion…
Explore the South of Australia from onboard the Indian Pacific
Check out our top Australia Journeys below, all of which either include a ride on the Indian Pacific, or can be tailor made by our Travel Experts to incorporate some time onboard. For more information, chat to your Flight Centre Travel Expert.
Ride the classic Australian rail routes from Darwin to Adelaide onto Sydney. Spend three nights onboard The Ghan Expedition, chugging across the Northern Territory,
16 days from£ 5425 pp
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Arrive in Sydney and explore the highlights of laid-back New South Wales, a state filled with gourmet food, extraordinary landscapes, rugged mountains and plenty of
12 days from£ 1649 pp
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Ride the Indian Pacific your way
The Indian Pacific really helps the states of New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia shine, but it’s the experiences beyond the tracks that make this journey all the more special. And whether you’re travelling from Sydney to Perth, Sydney to Adelaide, or Adelaide to Perth, how you explore en route is up to you.
A range of incredible ‘Off Train Excursions’ include exploring the quirky Silver City at Broken Hill, strolling Adelaide’s Central Markets, or sipping world-famous wines in the legendary Barossa Valley, or McLaren Vale. You can even immerse yourself in the Aussie Outback with a visit to Nullarbor Plain, where a night admiring a starlit canopy is just the ticket. What an adventure.