Coral Expeditions keystone Kimberley Pioneer cruise and Journey Beyond’s The Ghan train journey will now be available to combine in one grand Australian holiday.

By the end of the cruise and rail journey, guests will have seen some of the most remote areas in Australia. From the famous Kimberley coastline to deep into the Aussie outback.

In addition, there a range of sailings departing from April through July, starting from $15,855, with six different departures available. 

The journey involves hopping on the Ghan in Adelaide, where guests will have a two-night stay. During the journey guests will see Marla, Alice Springs and Katherine, as well as endless outback landscapes. Additionally, guests will enjoy a one-night stay in Darwin, before embarking on a 10-night cruise aboard Coral Adventurer. From here, the ship will whisk through a range of Kimberley attractions. This includes King George River, Horizontal Falls, hanging garden, Montgomery Reef and more.

Jeff Gillies, Commercial Director at Coral Expeditions said: “We are delighted to strengthen our relationship with Journey Beyond with the inclusion of our Kimberley cruise product into the rail program from 2025.

“This brings together two bucket-list Australian experiences delivered by proud and long-standing experts in Australian travel and tourism”.

Justine Lally, Executive General Managerof Marketing & Product for Journey Beyond says, ”We’re excited to be able to offer this fantastic Kimberley Pioneer and Ghan train and cruise package in 2025. It takes in so many incredible places and experiences. 

“Journey Beyond and Coral Expeditions share a strong connection with and respect for the remote and rugged landscapes of this country. And this pairing will offer guests an authentic Australian journey of discovery.”

Moreover, the two companies partnership is set to bring more experiences in the future. Furthermore, there will be more opportunities for land and sea based, small group adventures in places like the Great Barrier Reef, Cape York, Arnhem Land, Kakadu and more.

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The Ghan moving through the desert.
The Ghan moving through the desert.