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Indian Pacific Train

Named after the two great oceans it joins, the Indian Pacific covers 2,704 miles between the Australian cities of Perth and Sydney (via Adelaide), passing through some of the country's most famous outback towns, such as Broken Hill and the ghost town of Cook. Taking three days and nights to traverse the entire route, the Indian Pacific is Australia's most luxurious train.

This vast, continent-spanning journey offers passengers a glimpse at the secret interior of Australia, a region inaccessible to other modes of transport. See the spectacular Blue Mountains and the treeless plains of the Nullarbor Desert, where the Indian Pacific travels along the world's longest straight stretch of railway track, and visit the former Gold Rush town of Kalgoorlie.

Travelling in 'Gold Service', your cabin features a three-seater lounge that converts to upper and lower berths at night, as well as en-suite facilities including a WC, washbasin, and shower. Single cabins include a washbasin and a lounge chair by day and single berth accommodation at night. Shower and WC facilities are available at the end of each carriage for single passengers. Carriage attendants service all cabins, and toiletries and towels are provided throughout your time on board.

Gold service also includes all your meals during the journey, served in the Restaurant Car. The Indian Pacific's chefs freshly prepare each meal, and menus feature a selection of Australian and international cuisine. Access to the Gold Lounge and its licensed bar is also included, the perfect place to socialise with your fellow rail travellers.

During your time on the Indian Pacific, be sure to look out for the train's mascot - the magnificent wedge-tailed eagle, the largest bird of prey in Australia - in the skies above.

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