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From expansive Outback vistas to dramatic coastlines and lush green landscapes, Australia is up there with one of the best places on Earth for a road trip. And it offers up some pretty epic rail journeys too.
The beauty of Australia is the way that you can combine different travel styles on one holiday. How about an epic train journey on The Ghan from Darwin to Adelaide, followed by a road trip along The Great Ocean Road to Melbourne? Or you could go on an East Coast Australia road trip between Brisbane and Cairns? Whatever mode of transport you prefer, we can tailor your trip to suit you.
Australia makes an excellent road trip destination due to its exceptional – and largely quiet – road network, combined with magnificent scenery. Plus, there’s the added bonus that the Aussies drive on the left. A self-drive holiday in Australia offers endless choice, from your type of vehicle, your start and end point, everything you do in between. If you want to hit the open road and see where the wind takes you, a campervan holiday might be best. You can travel whenever and wherever you like, and you’ll always have a bed for the night. But if you’re more of a planner, a self-drive trip by car allows you to travel much faster and tick off all those must-see sites. We have a range of popular self-drive itineraries for you to choose from, or we can help you design your own unique Australia road trip.
And let’s not forget about the railway journeys Australia has to offer. It doesn’t get more epic than traversing an entire continent by train, and in Oz you can do just that. Jump aboard the Indian Pacific in Perth and arrive in Sydney four days later – or vice versa – and you’ll witness the vastness of the Outback, the expanse of the Nullarbor Plains, and even see the Blue Mountains. Or travel from north to south on The Ghan between Darwin and Adelaide, with excursions in Katherine and Alice Springs. All meals, local wine and spirits are included, too, making rail travel an excellent all-inclusive option.
Whether you’re travelling by car, campervan or train, we’ll help you plan every detail
The Indian Pacific is an enchanting journey that showcases a unique perspective of the Australian landscape and spans the full width of the country taking 65 hours coast to coast.
Includes 20% saving on the campervan - Save up to £200 per couple
Embark on a Queensland adventure in the comfort of your own campervan. Travel at your own pace and choose your own itinerary. As Queensland is home to many of Australia’s most iconic attractions, there is plenty to see and do
Explore Australia’s beautiful landscape, vibrant cities and natural landmarks on this adventure that shows off what the country has to offer.
The Ghan northbound itinerary takes you from the coast in South Australia through the fiery red centre to Darwin in the tropical north. This coast to coast train journey on the Ghan is an unforgettable adventure with immersive off train experiences and all-inclusive meals and beverages along the way.
Save up to £550 per couple
Embark on a WA adventure in the comfort of your own campervan. Journey through bustling cities, charming townships and scenic landscapes.
Upgrade to Premium Economy one way from £530pp*
The Pacific Coast from Brisbane to Port Douglas is one of the most spectacular in the world. Buckle up and get ready for the road trip of a lifetime.
Explore the states of Victoria and South Australia as you travel along one of the worlds most iconic and beautiful coastal drives. Once you leave Melbourne you’ll see the contrast between the rugged coastline and the lush forest that sit side by side each. Visit wineries in the Barossa Valley before heading on to Adelaide
1 free night in Cairns and free room upgrade of Fraser island - Add on a Whitsundays sunset cruise from £65pp
Spend 13 days following Queensland’s East Coast southbound from Cairns to Sydney. Discover stunning beaches and explore some of Queensland’s outer lying islands including, Hamilton Island, Fraser Island and Great Keppel Island all of which offer you something unique.
You’ll find this modern hotel in The Rocks – a neighbourhood steeped in history, against the backdrop of Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Rydges Sydney Harbour lies between two of the city’s most famous landmarks. From the rooftop pool, you’ll be able to enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.
Crown Promenade Melbourne is located in the heart of the city’s Southbank area. It’s a sophisticated place to base yourself, with galleries, bars, restaurants, boutique shops and more on your doorstep.
Crown Metropol Perth is something of a foodie’s paradise, with 19 restaurants, bars and lounges on site. No matter the time of day, you’ll be spoilt for choice when you fancy a bite to eat here, as you’ll find everything from steak to seafood to tapas to teppanyaki.
You’ll have everything on your doorstep for your Cairns adventure at Pullman Cairns International. Poised right by the harbour, this hotel gives you unbeatable views of the boats sailing past and bustling city life.
Villa San Michele serves up a slice of the Mediterranean in the centre of Port Douglas – a tropical town near the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest.