Welcome to an extraordinary rail tour of the enchanting Kingdom of Cambodia and embark on a captivating exploration of this ancient and vibrant land aboard our private VIP train. During this adventure, we’ll explore palaces, pagodas, and significant historical sites, including the infamous Khmer Rouge Prison and Choeung Ek genocide centre. As we journey the length and breadth of the Cambodian rail network, we’ll marvel at the majestic Mekong River and the captivating Tonle Sap Lake. Discover the eye-opening city of Sihanoukville in the south, immerse yourself in the colonial charm of Battambang, along with the vibrant city of Siem Reap, home to the UNESCO World Heritage listed Angkor Wat temple complex.

Rail South America

This South American adventure will take you on a three-week trip from Argentina and through Bolivia, finishing up in Peru. Travel from the iconic city of Buenos Aires to Tucuman and visit the famous wine region of Cafayate. Traverse the country on the iconic ‘Tren a las Nubes’ and continue the journey through the incredible landscape of the Uyuni Salt Flats to La Paz in Bolivia. In Peru, visit the highest navigable lake in the world, Lake Titicaca, and the UNESCO World Heritage-Listed site of Machu Picchu. This journey will bring you to many of the region’s must-see sites, but you’ll also explore some rare and fascinating off-the-beaten-track tourist destinations.

Java by Rail

If travel is about embracing what’s new and different from what we’re used to, then Java is an excellent contender for an eye-opening adventure. Of Indonesia’s 17,000 islands, the world’s largest archipelago, Java is the richest and most scenically majestic. Home to the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Borobudur and Prambanan and great cities like Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Solo, and Banyu Wangi, it’s Australia’s most populous neighbour, and arguably its most important, for myriad reasons. Although very close to Australia, Java lies on the other side of an imaginary boundary, known as the ‘Wallace Line’, that separates the biogeographical realms of Asia and Australia, creating vast differences in the biodiversity. To the west, in Asia, species are more closely related to those found in mainland Southeast Asia. To the east, the fauna and flora show stronger affinities with those of Australia and New Guinea such as the prevalence of marsupials and monotremes not seen in Asia at all.

Riverina Rail Tour

Experience the heart of Australia’s food bowl, stopping at regional towns and attractions throughout the Riverina. You will also travel on rail lines that don’t have scheduled passenger services, making this a real adventure. Come with us to discover acclaimed wines, taste gorgeous fresh produce and explore the natural scenery throughout the region.

From the coast to the inland plains, volcanic ranges, and classic country towns this adventure celebrates the variety that the northern regions of NSW have to offer the Railway Adventurer. From the window of your trains and coaches, an ever-changing vista of our coastal and country landscapes will be on show. Using regular regional express trains on morning departures is an ideal way to see the landscape and to cap off the adventure we have a privately chartered rail motor to travel on the rarely visited freight only ‘Sandy Hollow’ line down the scenic Bylong and Goulburn River Valleys. This comfortable classic 1960’s heritage double-ended Railmotor is the pride of the fleet at the volunteer-run Rail Motor Society at Paterson in the Hunter Valley. We will visit them at their depot along with a wonderful long list of special museums, homesteads, and observatories together with charming country cities, towns and villages.

The Borderlands Steam Adventure

The 1880’s saw a number of Nation building events that are the inspiration for this adventure across Southern Queensland and Northern NSW, notably the linking of states by rail in 1888 at the border town of Wallangarra. Not long after that, Sir Henry Parkes arrived by special train to Tenterfield and marched up to the School of Arts where he delivered his famous ‘Tenterfield Oration’, paving the way for the states to push ahead with Federation. Nation building, railway revolutions, and the borderlands of NSW and Queensland are pivotal themes in this exciting adventure. Travel from Brisbane to Ipswich, Toowoomba, and Warwick, before taking the rare chance to travel by steam to the border at Goondiwindi. Further explorations around the border country and the New England by privately chartered railmotor expand your horizons before we return by specially chartered steam train on the Great Northern Railway, the original Sydney to Brisbane line across the Granite Belt to Stanthorpe and Warwick, and our final hurrah back in Toowoomba.

Accreditations: A14416
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