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Destination Information

On The Ghan you have the opportunity to travel through the diverse landscapes of South Australia and the Northern Territory. Through the heart of the Red Centre and to the lush Top End.
 

Visit Darwin

Darwin not only holds its own delights, it is also your gateway to the Top End. So in addition to the markets, galleries, museums, nightlife and delicious harbourside dining, you’ll find yourself within easy reach of natural wonderlands like Litchfield National Park, Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Cobourg Peninsula, the Tiwi Islands and the Kimberley.

While you could easily spend days enjoying the cosmopolitan attractions of the city of Darwin itself, it’s these wilderness areas that really make this part of the world like nothing on Earth. The wildlife. The history. The landscapes. They’re all completely unique to the area and even vary dramatically between regions. Aboriginal rock art, cascading waterfalls, magnificent rock formations, glorious rivers for fishing or spotting the prehistoric saltwater crocodiles… it’s all here.

Average regional temperatures

Dec - Feb 25ºC – 32ºC
Mar - May 24ºC – 32ºC
Jun - Aug 20ºC – 31ºC
Sep - Nov 24ºC – 33ºC 

Adelaide

The Festival City’ is a charming city famous for its stunning architecture, but it’s the close proximity to a wide variety of world-class attractions that make it a delight to explore. Everything is within easy reach, making it the perfect place to discover wine regions including the world-famous Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale. Go cruising on the Murray River, travel back in time to the historic Hahndorf district or even get up close and personal with the classic Australian wildlife on Kangaroo Island. 

Average Regional Temperatures

Dec - Feb 15ºC – 27ºC
Mar - May 12ºC – 22ºC
Jun - Aug 7ºC – 16ºC
Sep - Nov 11ºC – 21ºC

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