|Low Season||Shoulder Season||High Season|
|Gold Service, Advance Purchase||$3,779||$3,609||$3,909|
|Gold Service, Everyday||$4,139||$4,039||$4,139|
|Platinum Service, Everyday||$5,239||$5,419||$5,479|
Start your journey with a delicious welcome dinner before joining the Indian Pacific, where you can settle in to your cabin or mingle with fellow travellers in the Outback Explorer Lounge.
OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Indian Pacific (D)
Travelling Australia’s longest straight stretch of railway is an amazing experience. The outback scenery continues to change as you journey along the famous Nullarbor Plain. In the afternoon, we visit remote Cook for a leg stretch followed by dinner this evening under an outback sky (seasonal). (B,L,D)
Enjoy breakfast as the delightful Avon Valley passes by your window. The final stage of this transcontinental crossing unfolds as you head into Perth just after lunch.
OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Pan Pacific Perth (B,L)
It might be the largest State in Australia but its capital city is a wonderfully compact centre packed with things to see and do. Enjoy your day at leisure in Perth visiting Kings Park, Barrack Square or the many museums and galleries. (B)
Arcades and Laneways Walking tour $50 per person.
The Arcades and Laneways guided walk reveals the city’s hidden gems, evolving small bar scene, street art hotspots, and recent developments including The Bell Tower and Elizabeth Quay.
Today you get to experience one of the most picturesque wine regions in the world that is also one of the great premium wine producers. Your full-day Margaret River experience includes much more than cellar door tastings of acclaimed wines. On the way, you’ll get to walk the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere at Busselton, take a guided tour of the spectacular Mammoth Cave, drive through Boranup Forest with its towering 60 metre tall karri trees, visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and the Margaret River township and brewery. (B,L)
This morning your adventure continues with a flight to beautiful Broome. Here you have the afternoon free to enjoy this uniquely multicultural resort town and its famous 22-kilometre long Cable Beach.
OVERNIGHT: 4 nights Cable Beach Club Resort (B)
Your guide reveals the colourful story behind the growth of Broome. Pearling has been influential in shaping modern Broome, and you’ll get a 90-minute masterclass on this fascinating industry along with a Pearling Master’s High Tea. Visit famous Cable Beach, the dinosaur tracks of Gantheaume Point, well-known Matso’s Brewery, the Japanese Cemetery, and more. (B)
Your day is at leisure to enjoy more of Broome and its surrounds. (B)
Cape Leveque Adventure $269 per person.
Take a walk on the wild side of this north west pocket of Australia on a 4WD adventure to pristine Cape Leveque exploring Indigenous Bardi country. You’ll visit Indigenous communities, swim in crystal clear seas on deserted beaches, tour a remote aquaculture hatchery and Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, and more.
Today is free for you to explore Broome – visit historic Chinatown overlooking Roebuck Bay, shop for pearls, or take a sunset camel ride along Cable Beach. (B)
This morning reminisce about your adventure from Perth to Broome as it comes to an end. (B)
The Blue Mountains track is currently closed due to a landslide, resulting in a diversion to Sydney and regrettably no Blue Mountains excursion until March 2 for east-bound Indian Pacific guests.