After a year’s hiatus, the Indian Pacific returns, ready to transport passengers in style between this vast continent’s east and west coasts.
After being forced off the rails for one of the longest periods in its 90-year history, The Ghan is back on track.
In Pullman class, it's all about comfort all the way to Windsor.
It leaves you with plenty of time to sit back and relax, but mostly it means you can look at the scenery
It may not be the most comfortable rail journey in the world, but a trip on this eccentric silver rail service is not easily forgotten.
High-speed trains are all well and good, but for a truly memorable experience nothing beats a slow train.
A new overland rail odyssey takes travellers from Adelaide to Brisbane.
Slow travel is captured in a heritage train trip between Sydney and Melbourne.
These stations - some historic, others ultra contemporary - make for spectacular arrivals and departures.
From Picton to Christchurch, the Coastal Pacific takes in everything the South Island has to offer.
Eight reasons this iconic Australian train is one of the world's best.
The Channel Tunnel opened to passengers on November 14, 1994, but the idea stretched much further back than that.