Australia Rail Passes for Great Train Journeys by Angela Guezen

Filed in Gather Travel Essential by on September 19, 2011 0 Comments

When considering Australia’s rail journeys, visitors often rave about The Ghan, a scenic route that runs through the heart of Australia’s outback, providing passengers with incredible views of the red sandy landscapes right through their window. With Australia’s wonderful range of scenery, there are many other routes that are also best traveled by train with Australia rail passes. From the Indian Pacific which runs between Sydney and Perth, to the Tilt Train between Brisbane and Cairns, Australia’s great train journeys are numerous.

When booking travel around Australia, a rail pass is a great way to get the best value, while also making the most of your trip to the land Down Under. A total of 8 Australia Rail Passes are available to suit every itinerary; whether your plan is to journey by the Great Barrier Reef, the outback, the Gold Coast beaches or explore popular cities along the East Coast, there is an Australia Rail Pass for you. And for those who prefer to keep their options open, the Ausrail Pass covers it all! Australia Rail Passes are also popular as they offer unsurpassed flexibility, where most are good for travel over a three or six month period.

Following is the complete selection of the Australia Rail Passes to choose from:

· Aus Reef and Outback Pass

· Aus Reef and Beach Pass

· Ausrail Pass

· Backtracker Rail Pass

· East Coast Discovery Pass

· Queensland Explorer Pass

· Rail Explorer Pass

· Trans Aus Pass

For more details about Australia Rail Passes, please visit www.acprail.com/rail-passes/australia.

 

About the Author: Angela Guezen is a travel professional who has explored the likes of Australia, Japan, and Europe. With a love for beautiful landscapes she has great appreciation for train travel and shares this passion with fellow travelers by writing for www.ACPRail.com and wwwBritRail.com.

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