AS pointed out by @justapassenger, new things for GSR. Lets see how this pans out.....
Great Southern Rail, the company that operates the Ghan and the Indian Pacific, will soon add a new railway journey to its offering to take tourist passengers from Adelaide to Brisbane and back.
InDaily understands the company intends to publicly launch the service – the “Great Southern” – on December 3.
It will involve a three-day northbound journey featuring guided tour stops at the Grampians in Victoria, Canberra and at beaches in New South Wales.
The return journey will include beachside dining in northern New South Wales, a tour of the Hunter Valley and a stop at the Twelve Apostles in Victoria.
InDaily also understand that Great Southern will begin operating in December next year, with eight departures between the beginning of that month and the end of January 2020.
A spokesperson for the company confirmed that: “Great Southern Rail is indeed developing a new multi-day rail holiday”, adding that it will “be launched to the public shortly”.