Queensland Rail Sunlovers Group Tour

You know the old saying, “the more the merrier”? Well, it applies to holidays too.

Multiply the fun with like-minded adventurers on a fully-escorted Queensland Rail Travel group tour.

It’s the ultimate no-hassle holiday – with all your activities and accommodation included in the package.

Take, for instance, the 7-day Ultimate Outback Queensland adventure on board the famous Spirit of the Outback rail service.

From the second you arrive at Brisbane’s Roma Street Station for your departure, you’ll be welcomed by your friendly escort – and be introduced to fellow-travellers.

Once on board the Spirit of the Outback, the stresses of everyday life drift away – as you travel north from the city, enjoying on-board delights like afternoon tea and pre-dinner drinks in the Shearers Rest Club Car.  They’re the perfect opportunities to break the ice and get to know the crew you’ll be holidaying with over the next 7 days.

Enjoy superb meals in the Tuckerbox Restaurant and settle in for a good night’s rest in your comfortable sleeper.  Wake up to stunning Outback scenery out the window as the Spirit heads through western towns and memorable landscapes.

Longreach is end of the line for the Spirit of the Outback. It’s also where the group’s action-packed itinerary begins.  Tours could include the fascinating School of Long Distance Education – better known as the famous School of the Air – and a visit the Qantas Founders Museum where you’ll tour the Boeing 747 and 707 parked permanently on the tarmac.

Head to the Stockman’s Hall of Fame for the Outback Stockman’s Show and dinner at the Cattleman’s Bar & Grill.

Travel out of town to Camden Park Station – a working sheep and cattle property that once welcome Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip to tea.

And all that is just the start of a fabulous schedule – which also includes tours to Winton and Ilfracombe and your return journey to Brisbane.

If you’re itching to see new sights and make new friends, then a Queensland Rail Group Package holiday might just be the ticket.

Previous articleA TV Producer’s Top Five Spots in Queensland
Next article#GoBareboating