Wayoutback Australian Safaris
Established in 1999, Wayoutback Australian Safaris has forged an enviable reputation for running authentic small group experiences, incorporating indigenous culture for adventure travellers.
From Uluru (Ayers Rock), the red heart of Australia, to the Tropical waterfalls and wetlands of Kakadu National Park, Wayoutback Australian Safaris deliver quality experiences throughout the Northern Territory. The safaris comprise different styles, catering for travellers of varying ages and budget.
Wayoutback are passionate about what they do and with intimate knowledge of the areas in which they operate, allows them to pass on this knowledge to all who travel in the tour. Wayoutback pride themselves on the dedicated people in their team who work tirelessly to turn dreams into reality.
For over 19 years Wayoutback has been working on building lasting relationships with a vast array of local contacts and exploring the most beautiful and often spectacular locations, enabling them to provide the most unforgettable lifetime experiences possible.
If you want to experience the “icons, culture and the traditions” of the Northern Territory, then Wayoutback Australian Safaris is for you.
- Four Wheel Driving
- ECO Certified (Advanced Ecotourism) by Ecotourism Australia
- Quality Tourism Accreditation
- Climate Action Business Certified by Ecotourism Australia
- Respecting Our Culture (ROC) Certified by Ecotourism Australia
Accessible only during the dry season, Twin and Jim Jim Falls are unmistakably the highlight of Kakadu National Park. Spend the day four wheel driving rocky tracks, taking a boat cruise along Twin Falls Gorge, hiking your way over boulders to the base of Jim Jim Falls and surrounding yourself by the 150 metre high cliffs. Only for the fit and active Twin and Jim Jim Falls will not disappoint.
Travelling with a maximum of 17 people in purpose built 4-wheel drive vehicles, stay in our private campsites complete with permanent safari tents with beds and linen.. Swim in plunge pools under waterfalls in Litchfield National Park. Learn about Aboriginal Culture from your guide at the Aboriginal art sites of Nourlangie and Ubirr and explore the landscape and waterfalls of Kakadu National Park (World Heritage listed for both its cultural and natural values), travel along rocky 4-wheel drive tracks and take part in an iconic Yellow Waters Cruise.. Note: Due to the changing seasons of the Northern Territory’s Top End, this tour has differing itineraries, please ensure you have selected the correct one.
. Rather than just seeing these icons of the Red Centre, you'll get the opportunity to really experience them before retiring to your hotel, a nice shower and restaurant meals.
Explore Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks by small group 4WD, get up close and personal to a crocodile on a boat cruise, visit the jewels of Kakadu, Twin & Jim Jim Falls and spend a day in remote Arnhem Land where you will see Ancient Rock art with an Indigenous guide and spend your nights in private campsites, cooking over the campfire and marvelling at the clear Southern skies where stars are plenty.
Swim in the clear rock holes and waterfalls of Litchfield National Park, explore Kakadu National Park by small group 4 x 4, get up close and personal with a crocodile on a Yellow Waters Cruise and hike your way through the rugged terrain to Twin and Jim Jim Falls*. Travel to Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge) where you can paddle, cruise or walk the gorge and take part in an indigenous cultural experience that makes the Top End so unique. Spend your nights in private campsites, cooking over the campfire and marvelling at the clear Southern skies where stars are plenty and stories flow free.
Travel in an air-conditioned four wheel drive and absorb the fascinating information of the area and its people provided by your experienced guides. Participate in a guided walk at Uluru and Kata Tjuta, experience the Uluru sunset and sunrise away from the crowds, and spend the night in our private campsite with your choice of swag or comfortable permanent tent with beds and dinner cooked over the fire.
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