Our People

Wayoutback Australian Safaris prides itself on the committed people working in our team to bring your dreams to reality. A privately Australian owned and operated business, Wayoutback Australian Safaris is still small enough to allow us to keep our finger on the pulse, ensuring we are constantly improving and offering high quality experiential travel.

Our team consists of:

Reservations

Reservations are our first point of contact for our future customers and trade partners. Working around the clock our committed reservations team are there to assist in advising you on what Safari is best for you and answering any questions you may have about your upcoming adventure.

Contact reservations reservations@wayoutback.com.au

Operations

Our operations team work tirelessly ensuring our fleet is modern and maintained, our camps, hotel and hostel partners are meeting your expectations and co-ordinating behind the scenes constantly to ensure your travel with us runs smoothly and safely. Operations also co-ordinate all our private charter and group business, as experts in their destination, they know what works, what doesn't and how to achieve the sometimes unachievable.

Contact operations admin@wayoutback.com.au

Sales and Marketing

Our Sales and Marketing team stretch around Australia and the world, ensuring the Wayoutback Gospel message is spread far and wide. Our team works with our trade partners around the globe ensuring our product is visible and are also responsible for advertising, partnerships and product development.

Contact Sales and Marketing karen@wayoutback.com.au

Safari Guides

We pride ourselves on the very high standard of our guides. We are the only Uluru (Ayers Rock) and remote specialist tourism operator based in Alice Springs accredited at the Advanced ECO Level IV standard. As such we are very aware of our responsibility to provide well informed, environmentally  conscious, highly trained tour guides. All guides have a sound knowledge of our local area focusing on its history, Aboriginal culture, geology and the natural environment. By evaluating our guide’s performance after every safari we ensure that a high standard is maintained. All our guides are trained by an accredited tourism ECO guide, the only one in Central Australia.

Wayoutback is always on the lookout for passionate people to lead our safaris. If you think you have what it takes, contact our Operations Manager Phil Taylor and tell us why we would be crazy not to hire you. To work with us you will need a strong interest in of flora and fauna, culture, history and be fit and active. You need exceptional people skills, patience and above all take your responsibility to ensure our guests safety seriously.