|Cabin||Fare Type||Jun - Jul 2022||Jan - May, Aug, Nov & Dec 2022||Sep - Oct 2022|
|Gold Twin||Advance Purchase||$4,985||$4,635||$5,585|
|Gold Single||Advance Purchase||$6,335||$5,335||$7,005|
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)
Watch the delightful Avon Valley pass, whilst the final stage of this transcontinental crossing unfolds as you head into Perth just after lunch.
OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Quay Hotel Perth (B,L)
Make your way to Barrack Street Jetty a short stroll from your hotel and board the Rottnest Express to unique, diverse Rottnest Island, 22km offshore. A 90-minute air-conditioned coach tour around ‘Rotto’ takes you to some spectacular locations, including Wadjemup Lighthouse and the boardwalk lookout at the rugged West End. Enjoy a delicious lunch before exploring the island at your leisure (make sure you see a quokka). Return to Perth by ferry in the afternoon. (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)
Today is free for you to explore Broome – we recommend taking an iconic sunset camel ride along Cable Beach.
Go off the beaten track by luxury 4WD vehicle, seaplane and fast boat. Experience the incredible Horizontal Falls and spectacular islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago plus explore new overland frontiers. Enjoy a rare opportunity to visit the world-renowned wilderness camp, ‘Kooljaman’ at Cape Leveque. The camp is owned and run by the Indigenous Bardi Jawi Communities and is famous for its astonishing diversity, pristine wilderness and unique landscape. Only a lucky few ever get to see this. You’ll then visit the Aquaculture Hatchery at One Arm Point for a fascinating tour. (L)
Spend the day exploring everything Broome has to offer. You might like to visit the historic Chinatown area overlooking Roebuck Bay, or perhaps go shopping for pearls. Broome is home to the finest pearls in the world – the South Sea Pearl – and there are plenty of options available if you’d like to learn more or even visit a pearl farm.
This morning reminisce about your adventure from Perth to Broome as it comes to an end.
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