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Spirit Of The Outback
Spirit Of The Outback - Experience Australia's cultural history by rail
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If you dream of rich red soil, glowing sunsets and infinite
spaces then The Spirit of the Outback is for you.
On its journey west from Brisbane, the Spirit of the Outback
ventures through the heritage towns of Rockhampton, Blackwater, Emerald and
Barcaldine before arriving in Longreach, home to the famous Australian
Stockman's Hall of Fame, Qantas Founders Museum and the Outback Heritage
Although the legendary town of Longreach marks the end of
the line, from here there are coach connections to Winton and a host of
surrounding attractions including the Historic Wellshot Hotel, Lark Quarry
Dinosaur Footprints, Blackall's Historical Woolscour and Jacky Howe, the Australian
Worker's Heritage Centre and the Waltzing Matilda Cultural Centre.
The Spirit of the Outback travels twice a week in either
direction offering a unique insight into the history and culture of early
While it may be tough and dry outside, the air conditioned
Spirit of the Outback has every amenity to make your journey totally
comfortable. The dining car serves hearty Aussie meals while the bar and lounge
are perfect for a relaxing drink with other fellow adventurers.
Aboard the Spirit of the Outback there two levels of service
- Seats and Sleepers:
Reclining Seats are in open saloon cars with
an overhead luggage rack, individual reading lights, panoramic windows,
toilets and washbasins at the end of each carriage.
Triple Sleepers feature three berths converting to seats
during the day with a washbasin, reading lights and a power point. A blanket,
lower sheet, pillow and pillow slip is also provided for each
passenger with showers and toilets available at the end of each carriage.
Twin Sleepers (Twinettes) feature a washbasin,
wardrobe, reading lights and a power point with bedding and towels provided.
The berths convert to seats during the day with showers and toilets
available at the end of each carriage.
Single Sleepers (Roomettes) feature a washbasin,
wardrobe, reading lights and a power point with bedding and towels
also provided. The berths convert to seats during the day with
showers and toilets available at the end of each carriage.
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