Celebrate Christmas on this scenic railway adventure

May 27, 2019
Cross the entire country to Perth on a once-in-a-lifetime festive rail adventure on the Indian Pacific. Source: Getty

If you’re on the hunt for a Christmas getaway, and are a fan of scenic railway adventures, look no further than Travel at 60’s latest travel deal.

This December celebrate Christmas Eve with a Sydney Harbour dinner cruise, then cross the entire country to Perth on a once-in-a-lifetime festive rail adventure, before topping it all off with five nights of five-star luxury on the West Coast!

This offer, starting at $4,318 per person twin share or $4,300 solo, gets you two nights of four-star accomodation at the Holiday Inn Darling Harbour in Sydney, a three-course Christmas Eve dinner cruise on Sydney Harbour, a three-night journey on the Indian Pacific on an itinerary that travels through multiple iconic locations and five nights of five-star accomodation at the Duxton Hotel in Perth. The fantastic deal also includes bonus transfers. Learn more here.


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Meanwhile, onboard the Indian Pacific, you’ll have the chance to see the Blue Mountains, the ancient Flinders Ranges and Nullarbor Plain, and embark on a variety of off-rail excursions, such as a visit to Broken Hill (Australia’s longest-lived mining city) and the Barossa Valley in Adelaide.


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Click here to learn more about this deal, or give Travel at 60 (our full-service travel agency) a free call now on 1300 414 198.

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