Outback Experience at Rawlinna

Squatting on the fringes of Australia’s biggest sheep stations, this little outpost on the Nullarbor Plain is pure jackaroo country. By car, Rawlinna is a five hour trip from the nearest big town, Kalgoorlie. The Rawlinna Station is home to up to 80,000 sheep spread across 2.5 million acres. To put that into perspective, one paddock alone takes 8 hours to muster by plane. 

During the Summer months Platinum and Gold Service guests will be invited to disembark to partake in a traditional Outback lamb roast dinner under the wide Nullarbor skies. (Guests have the option to dine on board).

When: Fridays & Mondays on year-round Sydney-Perth services.

During the Cooler Months (May to July): 

For the evening experience on the westbound Indian Pacific, drinks and canapes will be served around the bonfires with entertainment from our onboard musicians prior to dinner being served on the train. 

For the morning experience on the eastbound journeys, tea and coffee will be served aroung the bonfires at Rawlinna prior to the guests reboarding the train for a full breakfast. 



Platinum and Gold Service guests

Included in your fare

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