Discover Darwin on The Ghan
From Darwin To Katherine, Alice Springs, Uluru, Manguri, Coober Pedy, Adelaide - 6 Nights

Departing from:
Katherine, Alice Springs, Uluru, Manguri, Coober Pedy, Adelaide
6 Nights
This Ghan Expedition commences in Darwin on most Sundays. Check with our office for Journeys from Adelaide
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Journey Beyond Rail Journeys
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Darwin is yours to explore when you start your journey with three nights’ accommodation in the tropical, laid-back city. Make the most of the city’s sunsets for which it is famed when you board the ‘Charles Darwin’ catamaran for a sunset buffet dinner cruise. After a relaxed start to your journey, it’s time to amp up the excitement by boarding the iconic Ghan Expedition as it makes its way across the country from Darwin to Adelaide through the Red Centre. Enjoy this all-inclusive experience and be captivated by the Off Train Experiences in Katherine, Alice Springs and Coober Pedy.




  • 3 nights accommodation in Darwin including breakfast daily
  • ‘Charles Darwin’ Sunset Dinner Cruise
  • Transfer from Hotel to Darwin Rail Terminal
  • 4 days/3 nights aboard The Ghan Expedition, Darwin to Adelaide, including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experiences in Katherine, Alice Springs and Coober Pedy
  • 6 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 4 dinners


  • Experience Darwin at your leisure
  • Enjoy the relaxed vibe of Darwin along the waterfront
  • Take in the fascinating history on offer in the tropical northern city, visit the museums celebrating the city’s rich past and galleries showcasing the region’s renowned Indigenous art. Nature is truly Darwin’s backyard with the iconic national parks of Kakadu and Litchfield only a few hours away
  • Enjoy dinner with a breathtaking tropical sunset view on your Darwin Harbour Cruise

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