Vintage Rail Journeys

Customised

Step back in time with us and travel in style aboard a fleet of restored 1960s ex-Southern Aurora sleeping carriages.

Celebrate New South Wales diverse history and rich culture with visits to regional towns, gardens and attractions. You will travel on rail lines which don’t have scheduled passenger services, making this a real adventure!

You might remember the iconic Southern Aurora when it ran from the 1960s to the 1980s between Sydney and Melbourne. The darling of Australian travel, the Southern Aurora was first class in its day.

Vintage Rail Journeys is proud to share with you our passion for Australian rail history. Our heritage partners have lovingly restored these carriages to their original condition and maintained them ever since. This is luxury 1960s style, and we hope you love the experience.

Facilities

Basic Customised Land - Motorised Land - Self Propelled Non Smoking Public Toilet Sightseeing Tours Water - Motorised

Services

$3495

This exceptional journey through some of Australia’s most breathtaking scenery features sandstone cliffs by the Hawkesbury River, the stunning coastline of the Central Coast, the farm regions of the Central West and the Jurassic rainforest of the Blue Mountains.

Stroll around the Hunter Valley wineries, roam the spectacular Mayfield Garden, all the while sampling the finest local produce that the region has to offer.

Unpack only once and enjoy everything that slow rail touring provides.

Non Smoking Public Toilet

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