Contestants of The Amazing Race finished this week’s journey in Alice Springs and will be boarding The Ghan for the next leg of their travel adventure.
Do you watch The Amazing Race thinking “yeah, I could totally win this show?”.
Well, it got even more exciting this week, when Australia’s beloved Rail Journey, the Ghan featured on the epic travel TV show.
The first team to arrive at the Alice Springs railway station bagged themselves a stay at Sails in the Desert and a Sounds of Silence dinner, thanks to Voyages.
If you didn’t get enough of a Ghan fix in this episode, no worries, because the rail journey is going to be featured on the next one too.
Contestants will have to think their way out of a cabin lockdown. Talk about ‘cabin fever’.
If you missed episode 9, you can catch the show on 10 play, right now.
There’s also a new team joining the race on Sunday, so things are about to get very interesting.
Tune in 21 February, 7:30pm to see what happens.
More about the Ghan
The Ghan is a rail journey through the heart of Australia, showcasing the very best of our sunburnt land.
Onboard you will find sumptuous dining, elegant private cabins, attentive service, and the camaraderie of your fellow travellers.
When the train stops, the adventures begin. Choose from a wide range of included off-train experiences to create your own rich and rewarding personal journey through Australia’s outback and beyond.
Click here for The Ghan agent tools.
Paul Stewart reviews the Ghan
One of Dennis Bunnik’s grounded aviation friends, Paul Stewart, recently travelled on the Ghan and has made a very informative video review on his experience.
The video would be great for training staff and also sharing with clients to help the sale.
Paul travelled on the Ghan from Adelaide to Darwin via Alice Springs and Katherine.
The 4k video shows the full experience onboard including the food and drink, footage of the train and the off-train experiences at Simpson’s Gap in Alice Springs and the Katherine Gorge.
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