It was Australia’s first taste of ‘slow TV’, and 400,000 of us were left wanting more.

Much, much more.

If you didn’t catch it, here’s the primer: The Ghan was a mostly-silent 3-hour broadcast of the iconic train as it meandered along the track between Adelaide and Darwin.

That’s it. Just a train moving through the outback.

It was meant to be boring. But people went bonks over it.

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On Wednesday afternoon, SBS made it official – they were extending the original 3-hour version of The Ghan… by 14 hours.

Can’t wait. 

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