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Day 1 – Board The Indian Pacific In Sydney

Departing Sydney’s Central Station, the anticipation builds for the trip ahead as you settle into your first evening on the Indian Pacific enjoying the fabulous food, wine, service and social atmosphere of this much-loved rail journey. (D)

Overnight: 3 nights Indian Pacific

Day 2 – Indian Pacific, Broken Hill And Adelaide

After breakfast, prepare for your first Off Train Experience in Broken Hill exploring the beauty of this Silver City, and discover the history of mining that makes the town what it is today and the artistic culture that also abounds in the area. As you approach the southern tip of the Flinders Ranges, the train weaves its way into Adelaide, and you’ll have more afternoon Off Train Experiences to choose from before returning to the train

Day 3 – Indian Pacific, Nullarbor Plain

Today, wake up and marvel at the raw beauty of the Nullarbor. Taking its name from the Latin meaning ‘no trees’, the ancient Nullarbor conjures the sense of limitless space and time, and this journey is all about those amazing
outback views as you cross this famous stretch of the Australian interior. Finish the day with an unforgettable experience, dining under an outback sky on the edge of the country’s largest sheep station at Rawlinna (seasonal).

Day 4 – Indian Pacific, Perth

Watch the delightful Avon Valley pass as the final stage of your transcontinental crossing unfolds, heading into Perth where your connection with the Indian Ocean begins.

Day 5 – Perth To Rottnest Island

Make your way to Barrack Street Jetty and board the Rottnest Express ferry to unique, diverse Rottnest Island, located 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 at Karma Rottnest Lodge before exploring the island at your leisure. Don’t forget to take a quokka
selfie before you depart! Return to Perth by ferry in the afternoon.

Day 6 Full Day Margaret River, Cave, Wine, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse & Busselton Jetty

We travel south from Perth driving through farmland with grazing cattle and passing by coastal towns. Arriving at Busselton, known as the gateway to the Margaret River Region we stop for morning tea (own expense) at the iconic Busselton Jetty, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere. Driving into the heart of the region we head to one of Margaret River’s oldest breweries for a gourmet platter lunch of local produce, with complimentary beer and cider tastings. 

Following lunch we continue south through the forest to an internationally renowned winery to taste some of their best award winning wines, whilst gaining some industry insight on wine production with the opportunity to purchase. Next it’s on to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour through this gothic cave with vast chambers that reveal fascinating information on the regions flora and fauna. Continuing south, through the Boranup Forest of enormous Karri Trees we reach the most fascinating part of the regionAugusta. Here at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, marvel at the dividing point between the Southern andIndian Oceans, a rare phenomenon to view the meetings of the two Oceans.

Then we head North up to the township of Margaret River for a brief stop to stroll the main street. After a long by fantastic day giving you a full taste of this wonderful region,    it’s back to Perth with an en route comfort stop arriving at approximately 8:30pm.

Day 7 Perth & Fremantle City Explorer with Swan River Cruise & Bell Tower tour

A great taster tour taking in Perth and Fremantle, affording the opportunity to drive around these iconic cities with various stops. Starting in Perth, the tour takes in all major attractions of the revitalised Perth CBD, including the Western Australian Cricket Ground (WACA) and Optus Stadium. Then on to Kings Park Botanical Gardens, where you have the opportunity to view wildflowers or take in the stunning views from the war memorial looking back over the city skyline. Continue through the affluent Western Suburbs of Perth, known as Millionaire’s Row, passing by Cottesloe Beach where the Indian Ocean sparkles. Travel on into historic Fremantle, viewing the impressive facades of this heritage listed city including a brief stop. Enjoy a traditional Fish and Chips lunch from Fremantle’s famous Kailis’ Fish Market Café.

Enjoy a relaxing scenic Swan River cruise back to Perth City’s Barrack Street Jetty for a tour of The Bell Tower,

Day 8 Full Day Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers & Aboriginal Culture

Journey through Western Australia’s wheatbelt to Hyden – home of Wave Rock, truly one of Australia’s most incredible natural landforms. Leaving Perth we head through the Perth Hills and escarpment and enter farming country. Heading east, we enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. From there we travel the Wheatbelt Highway through the agricultural towns of Corrigin and Kondinin; through outback farming country – giving a glimpse of Australian country life passing by the infamous Dog Cemetery, a shrine to man’s best friend and an integral part of farming life.

Then visit Hippo’s Yawn, a rock formation which resembles a hippo yawning. We then break for an Aussie country style lunch at the Wildflower Shop. Whilst here, visit either a Wildlife Park, view a unique Antique Lace Collection – even featuring lace from Lady Diana, or visit the amazing Toy Soldier Museum. Then we move on to see the spectacular prehistoric rock formation of Wave Rock and sacred Aboriginal sites. Leaving Wave Rock, we visit Hippo’s Yawn and Mulka’s Cave.
We return to Perth with a stop at a remote country town for a light afternoon tea and snack (own expense) arriving approximately at 8:30pm.

DAY 9 – Say Good Bye To Perth

After breakfast, check out of your accommodation – this signals the end of your epic journey across Australia

Day 1

Day 1 – Board The Indian Pacific In Sydney

Departing Sydney’s Central Station, the anticipation builds for the trip ahead as you settle into your first evening on the Indian Pacific enjoying the fabulous food, wine, service and social atmosphere of this much-loved rail journey. (D)

Overnight: 3 nights Indian Pacific

Day 2

Day 2 – Indian Pacific, Broken Hill And Adelaide

After breakfast, prepare for your first Off Train Experience in Broken Hill exploring the beauty of this Silver City, and discover the history of mining that makes the town what it is today and the artistic culture that also abounds in the area. As you approach the southern tip of the Flinders Ranges, the train weaves its way into Adelaide, and you’ll have more afternoon Off Train Experiences to choose from before returning to the train

Day 3

Day 3 – Indian Pacific, Nullarbor Plain

Today, wake up and marvel at the raw beauty of the Nullarbor. Taking its name from the Latin meaning ‘no trees’, the ancient Nullarbor conjures the sense of limitless space and time, and this journey is all about those amazing
outback views as you cross this famous stretch of the Australian interior. Finish the day with an unforgettable experience, dining under an outback sky on the edge of the country’s largest sheep station at Rawlinna (seasonal).

Day 4

Day 4 – Indian Pacific, Perth

Watch the delightful Avon Valley pass as the final stage of your transcontinental crossing unfolds, heading into Perth where your connection with the Indian Ocean begins.

Day 5

Day 5 – Perth To Rottnest Island

Make your way to Barrack Street Jetty and board the Rottnest Express ferry to unique, diverse Rottnest Island, located 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 at Karma Rottnest Lodge before exploring the island at your leisure. Don’t forget to take a quokka
selfie before you depart! Return to Perth by ferry in the afternoon.

Day 6

Day 6 Full Day Margaret River, Cave, Wine, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse & Busselton Jetty

We travel south from Perth driving through farmland with grazing cattle and passing by coastal towns. Arriving at Busselton, known as the gateway to the Margaret River Region we stop for morning tea (own expense) at the iconic Busselton Jetty, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere. Driving into the heart of the region we head to one of Margaret River’s oldest breweries for a gourmet platter lunch of local produce, with complimentary beer and cider tastings. 

Following lunch we continue south through the forest to an internationally renowned winery to taste some of their best award winning wines, whilst gaining some industry insight on wine production with the opportunity to purchase. Next it’s on to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour through this gothic cave with vast chambers that reveal fascinating information on the regions flora and fauna. Continuing south, through the Boranup Forest of enormous Karri Trees we reach the most fascinating part of the regionAugusta. Here at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, marvel at the dividing point between the Southern andIndian Oceans, a rare phenomenon to view the meetings of the two Oceans.

Then we head North up to the township of Margaret River for a brief stop to stroll the main street. After a long by fantastic day giving you a full taste of this wonderful region,    it’s back to Perth with an en route comfort stop arriving at approximately 8:30pm.

Day 7

Day 7 Perth & Fremantle City Explorer with Swan River Cruise & Bell Tower tour

A great taster tour taking in Perth and Fremantle, affording the opportunity to drive around these iconic cities with various stops. Starting in Perth, the tour takes in all major attractions of the revitalised Perth CBD, including the Western Australian Cricket Ground (WACA) and Optus Stadium. Then on to Kings Park Botanical Gardens, where you have the opportunity to view wildflowers or take in the stunning views from the war memorial looking back over the city skyline. Continue through the affluent Western Suburbs of Perth, known as Millionaire’s Row, passing by Cottesloe Beach where the Indian Ocean sparkles. Travel on into historic Fremantle, viewing the impressive facades of this heritage listed city including a brief stop. Enjoy a traditional Fish and Chips lunch from Fremantle’s famous Kailis’ Fish Market Café.

Enjoy a relaxing scenic Swan River cruise back to Perth City’s Barrack Street Jetty for a tour of The Bell Tower,

Day 8

Day 8 Full Day Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers & Aboriginal Culture

Journey through Western Australia’s wheatbelt to Hyden – home of Wave Rock, truly one of Australia’s most incredible natural landforms. Leaving Perth we head through the Perth Hills and escarpment and enter farming country. Heading east, we enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. From there we travel the Wheatbelt Highway through the agricultural towns of Corrigin and Kondinin; through outback farming country – giving a glimpse of Australian country life passing by the infamous Dog Cemetery, a shrine to man’s best friend and an integral part of farming life.

Then visit Hippo’s Yawn, a rock formation which resembles a hippo yawning. We then break for an Aussie country style lunch at the Wildflower Shop. Whilst here, visit either a Wildlife Park, view a unique Antique Lace Collection – even featuring lace from Lady Diana, or visit the amazing Toy Soldier Museum. Then we move on to see the spectacular prehistoric rock formation of Wave Rock and sacred Aboriginal sites. Leaving Wave Rock, we visit Hippo’s Yawn and Mulka’s Cave.
We return to Perth with a stop at a remote country town for a light afternoon tea and snack (own expense) arriving approximately at 8:30pm.

Day 9

DAY 9 – Say Good Bye To Perth

After breakfast, check out of your accommodation – this signals the end of your epic journey across Australia

From $3075 per person

Golden Single Cabin

Depart every Wednesday

Valid Travel Date : 02/02/2022~30/11/2022

INCLUSIONS

  • 3 nights aboard the Indian Pacific, Sydney to Perth
    including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experiences
    in Broken Hill, Adelaide, Cook and Rawlinna
  • Transfer from East Perth Rail Terminal to hotel
  • 5 nights accommodation in Perth including breakfast daily
  • Full day Discover Rottnest tour
  • Bonus free Full Day Margaret River, Cave, Wine, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse & Busselton Jetty
  • Full Day Wave Rock York Wildflowers & Aboriginal Culture
  • Perth and Fremantle City Explorer With Swan River Cruise and Bell Tower Tour with Lunch
  • 8 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 3 dinners

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Travel through the spectacular bush scenery of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains
  • Engage with Broken Hill’s booming arts scene and mining heritage
  • Taste the local product in the world-famous wine regions around Adelaide
  • Ponder the vastness of the Australian continent as you cross the Nullarbor Plain
  • Cruise to Rottnest Island and meet a quokka

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