Conveniently located, just off Burley Griffin Way, 20 minutes west of Temora and 15 minutes east of the historic village of Ariah Park.
The Overlander used to travel across the Nullabor. Renovation was completed in June 2006 and this carriage provides three separate sleeping compartments accommodating up to six guests with one Queen bed, one Double bed and two Bunk beds. There are reverse cycle heating/cooling units in the living dining area and two of the sleeping compartments and the carriage is cooled or heated as necessary prior to arrival of guests. The Overlander is ideal for families or two couples travelling together. The living and dining areas are furnished with family antiques. It contains a shower room and two separate toilets.
The City Circle was a Sydney passenger train and its renovation was completed in September 2009. This is an open-plan carriage with a bedroom containing a King size bed, full size bathroom with shower, toilet and vanity, large living area which has a slate billiard table, a dining area and a kitchen/bar area. There is a reverse cycle heating/cooling unit in the living area and also in the bedroom and the carriage is cooled or heated as necessary prior to arrival of guests. The City Circle carriage is ideal for one couple or a single.