About Luxury Outback Tours

Luxury Outback Tours was formed in 2000 by Sylvia Mills with a passion to show visitors Western Australia in a personalised small group environment in luxury 4WD vehicles.

People’s requests lead to expanding the tour portfolio to deliver aspirational experiences people have dreamed of doing for some time.

With a team of highly skilled Western Australians to assist Luxury Outback Tours has become a highly regarded tour operator that make dreams and experiences happen.

Sylvia Mills

Sylvia Mills

Rachel Wallace

Rachel Wallace

Rachel has a back ground in small family business, the wine industry and hospitality. She been working with Luxury Outback tours for the past 6 years behind the scenes and more recently she has become one of our drivers. Rachel and her partner spend most of their spare time heading to Rottenest or Margaret river they love the outdoors, the ocean, camping, boating, travel, wine and their Dog Barlee.

Graeme Walter

Graeme Walter

Having been born in WA in 1949 to parents who valued education, were interested in local history and who loved the great outdoors it is no surprise that I have a love for my home state- its diversity, natural beauty and rich history. In terms of history I am delighted to see the transition from the focus of history being on the period of European settlement to the broader tens of thousands of years since the arrival of the First Australians.
Of particular interest is the native fauna and flora. My wife Pamela and I are supporters of the Australian Wildlife Conservancy, a WA based organisation that is doing wonderful work in reintroducing endangered wildlife to protected wilderness areas. As a child I have fond memories of watching the rock wallabies performing their acrobatics on the cliffs of the Murchison River gorge near Kalbarri. For decades they have been locally extinct due to predation but due to such organisations as AWC we will soon be able to experience the joy of seeing them again. Pamela and I also have a keen interest in WA wildflowers and make regular trips in spring to the hotspots in the Perth hills, to the wheatbelt rocky outcrops and the National Parks such as Stirling Range and Fitzgerald River which have a diversity of flowering plants unmatched in the world.
I am retired from teaching but enjoy volunteering (helping migrants with conversation English), coaching children’s sport, doing occasional relief teaching or bus driving and showing friends and tourists the wonderful sights of Perth and beyond.

Alan Wegener

Alan Wegener

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