Iconic Rail Journey
13 Day The Ghan, Kimberley & Kakadu

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$5,199 USD
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$6,296 USD PP
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13 Day The Ghan, Kimberley & Kakadu

✓ Incredible sightseeing – Experience the legendary Ghan rail journey through the fiery Red Centre and lush Top End, see crocodiles in Kakadu National Park, relax in Broome, discover the pristine Kimberley wilderness, cruise Lake Argyle, fly over the Bungle Bungle Range and more
✓ Scenic flight over the awe-inspiring Bungle Bungle Range and Lake Argyle 
✓ 2 nights on board The Ghan in a Gold Twin cabin (upgrades available), all-inclusive package and exciting off-train experiences
✓ 10 nights in quality, 4-star accommodation
✓ Flights from Darwin to Kununurra to Broome
✓ Day tours to experience Kakadu National Park, Katherine, Bungle Bungles, Ord River, Willie Creek and Broome
✓ 8 meals 
✓ The flexibility of independent travel, with transportation included as per the itinerary

 

13 Day The Ghan, Kimberley & Kakadu

✓ Incredible sightseeing – Experience the legendary Ghan rail journey through the fiery Red Centre and lush Top End, see crocodiles in Kakadu National Park, relax in Broome, discover the pristine Kimberley wilderness, cruise Lake Argyle, fly over the Bungle Bungle Range and more
✓ Scenic flight over the awe-inspiring Bungle Bungle Range and Lake Argyle 
✓ 2 nights on board The Ghan in a Gold Twin cabin (upgrades available), all-inclusive package and exciting off-train experiences
✓ 10 nights in quality, 4-star accommodation
✓ Flights from Darwin to Kununurra to Broome
✓ Day tours to experience Kakadu National Park, Katherine, Bungle Bungles, Ord River, Willie Creek and Broome
✓ 8 meals 
✓ The flexibility of independent travel, with transportation included as per the itinerary

 

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$6,296 USD PP
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