About The Indian Pacific
The Indian Pacific has linked the Indian Ocean city of Perth with its distant Pacific Ocean counterpart Sydney since February 1970. Crossing Australia's bone-dry interior, the journey includes the world's longest straight line of railway track, a 478-kilometre stretch across the unforgiving Nullarbor Plain.
With the full trip encompassing a 3-night stay on board, there's plenty of time to enjoy the Indian Pacific's famous hospitality. Sip on some prize-winning Australian wines as the outback rolls by or make new acquaintances in the splendour of the dining car on what is an unforgettable rail experience.
Classes of Service
The highest class of service available on the Indian Pacific, Platinum Service passengers enjoy spacious private cabins with fully equipped en suite, complimentary continental breakfast, oversized panoramic windows, on-call Cabin Steward service and in-cabin menu. Full dining options are available in the Queen Adelaide Restaurant Car.
Providing stylish sleeper-style accommodation, Gold Service passengers enjoy either a Twin Berth Sleeper Cabin or a Superior Cabin featuring a 3/4-size double bed. Twin Berth Sleeper passengers enjoy access to the Restaurant Car with meals included in the price of fare, complimentary tea and coffee and the opportunity to purchase an assortment of alcoholic beverages. Superior Cabin passengers enjoy a double-sized cabin, complimentary in-room mini bar, optional room service meals and access to the Restaurant car.
Red Service passengers enjoy a choice of either a Sleeper Cabin or convertible Day/Nighter Seat. Sleeper Cabin features include twin share day berths which convert to twin sleeping berths at night, wash basin facilities and access to the Red Service Diner. Day/Nighter Seat features include recliner lounge-style chairs with individual reading light and access to the Red Service Diner, while travel pillows and blankets are available for purchase. Full shower facilities are available for all Red Service passengers at the end of each carriage.