Wayoutback Tours advertisement sounds fantastic, the off-roading, nights sleeping in the outback and being able to see Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. They state that they cater for all needs, including dietary requirements. Unfortunatly, they didn't cater for my dietary requirements of no fatty, greasy, oily, or nut foods. Lunches consisted of fruit, salad and fatty meats, dinner fatty chicken and all the snack bars contained nuts, which meant that I spent the best part of three days hungry. During the trip, the guide informed me, when she realised I was unable to eat most things, that she had not seen the dietary list before undertaking the grocery shop and therefore didn't know about my dietary needs. In addition to this, the off roading part of the trip never took place and no explanation was given for this.
On return to the UK, I wrote a letter to Wayoutback tours explaining my disappointment with their tours and the reasons why. They tried to use every sales tact in the book to try and pass all responsibility onto me and even went so far as to lie, telling me what the guide had and hadn't said. I'm afraid I was there and know what was said, as do the other people that were on that trip.
Wayoutback could not even applolgise for my poor experience let alone offer a small refund for the inconvenience caused. There are cheaper tour companies out there who, from friend's experiences, offer a far better experience. Do yourself a favour and go else where (and save yourself $300)