Travelling by train throughout Australia is a memorable and enjoyable experience. Australia is a vast country, where distances between capital cities are lengthy and what better way to see the Australian countryside than by train. Travel Online represents a number of different train journeys covering many regions of Australia.
If you are travelling on more than one rail service it may be economical to travel on a Rail Pass. To see where the trains travel and what major towns are connected to each route check our journey planner.
Brisbane - Rockhampton. v.v
The Tilt Train offers a modern and comfortable way to access Queensland's most popular coastal destinations between Brisbane and Rockhampton. Travellers to destinations in south east and central Queensland can choose between business and economy class seats, both offering entertainment and access to tasty meals. Wherever you're travelling, you'll find the Tilt Train a flexible and comfortable travel option.
Brisbane to Cairns v.v
Travellers have the option of boarding The sunlander at Brisbane or Cairns. This superb journey, which snakes its way along Queensland's coastline several times a week, offers travel options to suit every traveller - from the budget conscious through the to most discerning traveller. Passengers have the option of two different service levels, with Sunlander Class offers a choice of single, twin or triple berth sleepers or the Queenslander Class compartments have a comfortable three seater lounge which converts to upper and lower sleeping berths at night, complete with fluffy doonas and pillows.
Sydney - Broken Hill - Adelaide - Kalgoorlie - Perth v.v
The Indian Pacific is a mighty train journey, spanning the continent of Australia from the Pacific Ocean to the Indian Ocean. One of the world's longest and greatest train journeys, the Indian Pacific travels through the Blue Mountains, on through the countryside of rural Australia passing through the historic townships of Bathurst and Broken Hill on the way to Adelaide. The rail journey heads towards Port Augusta and then travels the Nullarbor Plain, before arriving in Perth on the West Coast of Australia.
Adelaide - Alice Springs - Katherine - Darwin v.v
Travellers have the option of boarding The Ghan at Adelaide or Alice Springs. The Ghan is an ideal way of viewing the vastness and diversity of Australia's landscape, in comfort and style. Guests have the option of two different service levels, with Gold Service Sleeper and Red Service Sleeper Cabins or Daynighter Seating. You can nowexperience the tropical splendor of the Top End, aboard The Legendary Ghan.
Brisbane - Longreach v.v
Travel this 1300 kilometer journey with the comfort of the Spirit of the Outback, this fully air conditioned train offers a range of seating and over night accommodation choices from economy seating and economy or first class sleepers. Watch the scenic surrounds pass by while relaxing with family or friends, this Australian train journey is the perfect way to discover Longreach and Queensland's outback.
Brisbane - Sydney - Melbourne v.v
CountryLink offers many destinations on the modern rail and coach network between Brisbane and Melbourne and throughout New South Wales. CountryLink's fleet of XPT's carry passengers in air conditioned comfort to their destinations in economy and first class seats, with sleeper facilities on overnight routes.