With its rugged coastline, sun-kissed beaches, forested peaks, and exhilarating capital cities, the stunning journey between Brisbane and Adelaide feels like nowhere else in Australia.
Relax with everything taken care of on board including fine dining, premium wines and world-class hospitality, as you’re transported from buzzing cities to diverse landscapes and natural marvels.
Leaving Adelaide behind, you can relax, unwind and enjoy world-class service as the spectacular landscapes glide by. Lap up the wild and spectacular scenery of the Grampians region, with its ancient sandstone mountains and diverse native wildlife. Delve into the art, history and culinary culture of Canberra, and discover the nation’s capital. Feel the sand between your toes in the picturesque coastal town of Coffs Harbour. Then enjoy stunning views of northern New South wales as you roll into the final destination of Brisbane.
Embrace the wonders of Australia’s south-east and enjoy the unique experiences of the Great Southern. Departing Brisbane, you’ll travel south into the rolling hills of New South Wales before indulging in an incredible beachside dining experience in Coffs Harbour. Meander through the historic vineyards of the Hunter Valley, visit the picturesque town of Newcastle, or explore the beautiful Port Stephens area. Take a day to explore the buzzing city of Melbourne, take a trip to the Great Ocean Road to see unforgettable natural wonders such as the Twelve Apostles or enjoy wine tasting and time to wander the Geelong waterfront. Then journey through the charming Adelaide Hills before arriving into Adelaide.
Step off the beaten track and discover inland New South Wales with a one-off journey travelling Adelaide to Brisbane on the 10th of January departure only. After taking in the breathtaking views of the Grampians put on your blue suede shoes and celebrate ‘The King’ at the Parkes Elvis Festival or explore Orange, the picturesque birthplace of legendary Australian poet Banjo Patterson. Soak up the history of the quaint gold mining town of Gulgong which inspired the works of one of Australia’s best-known writers, Henry Lawson and take in the beautiful scenery of regional New South Wales as we travel through it. Don’t miss this iconic journey filled with surprises, including an extra night at no extra cost.
The Ghan due to depart from Darwin on Wednesday 26 February has been delayed due to flash flooding south of Katherine.
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