Detailed introduction to Melbourne to Adelaide train The Overland

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Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, is kilometer (s) from Melbourne828, the capital of Victoria. In addition to being accessible by plane, train...

Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, is kilometer (s) from Melbourne828, the capital of Victoria. In addition to being accessible by plane, train can also take. Adelaide`s train to and from Melbourne is called the inland (The Overland), the transportation hub between the two state capitals, along which you can see all the changing scenery.


The inland train was first put into use in October 1887, with a total of seven carriages, serving as an important transportation hub between Melbourne and Adelaide, passing through the towns of (Murray Bridge), the border town of (Bordertown), Merriqiao, a border town of (Dimboola), Enshir (Nhill), through the Gillang (Geelong), Alarat (Ararat), belonging to the completion section of the north-south railway trunk line running through mainland, Australia. Train runs during the day, with two round trips a week. The scenery outside train window, like idyllic flow, undulating, far-reaching, blue sky and white clouds, open plains, green grass cattle and sheep, cauliflower golden yellow, shrubby jungle, swaying windmill, wheat straw hills, a small courtyard out of the body, yellow fruit lemon tree, is one of the most ideal means of transportation between Melbourne and Adelaide.



Reference schedule for crossing inland train


Train one-way fare from Adelaide to Melbourne is A $149 for regular class and A $249 for business class (2017). Specific reference can be made to the train website: http://www.greatsouthernrail.com.au/fares-and-timetables/fares/the-overland-fares-2017-2018

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