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The Indian Pacific

Perth - Adeliade - Sydney

The Indian Pacific is the last remaining full trans-continental train journey. This amazing train traverses Australia from cost to coast, between the waters of the Pacific and the Indian Oceans, a distance of 4352km.

No other journey in the world crosses so many different terrains in one country, from the spectacular Blue Mountains, through the famous green and gold Sun Belt of Australia, historic Broken Hill, past Australia’s first inland Outposts and mining towns, through the Red outback and across the world’s longest length of straight railway track and through the stark and desolate Nullarbor Plain.

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