Tour Menus & Food Choices
Your Vitality and experience is enhanced by our supply of fresh and healthy vital foods. We cater and purchase foods for your journey based on your choices as indicated when booking.
On extended journeys (generally meaning beyond 8 days) transporting fresh foods on outback roads can be challenging, and fresh foods can be
difficult to obtain. Outr refrigeration and icebox systems do a great job as well as ourmany years experience in outback food mamanment.
Morning teas & real coffee (and periodically afternoon) teas & coffees are provided and include fruits, muesli bars, biscuits and cakes.
Vegetarians are happily catered for.
Generally meals will consist of a variety of –
- Muesli, cereals and porridge options with choice of milks
- Toast, jams,honey and spreads
- Fruit juices and fruit
- Eggs / Bacon /Sausages / Baked Beans
- Usually salads but Hot lunch depending on weather and location.
- Ham, Salami, Tuna, Salmon, roast beef
- Salads – lettuce, tomatoes, avocado, cucumber, beetroot, beans, pineapple, hommus, cheeses, cole slaw
- Breads and spreads
- Tea & Coffee
- Camp oven roasts – Chicken, Lamb, Beef and roast vegetables
- A chance to try traditional Indigenous “bush tucker” on certain trips when available -including barramundi, freshwater bream, kangaroo, emu, bush turkey, snake, goanna, turtle, and local vegetables.
- Soups including minestrone, pumpkin, vegetable and pea & ham
- Vegetable Stir Fry with tofu
- Casseroles / Stews
- Various Pasta Dishes
- BBQ Steak /Sausage / Chicken / Fish
- Cheese Cakes
- Cheese & biscuits
- Custards, fruit,rice puddings,
- cake, biscuits
- Various coffee & teas, hot chocolate
Various coffees, teas, milo. Juices, cordials and water are provided.
Alcohol is prohibited in some Aboriginal communities, but generally available in towns we visit. Please ask if this is important to you.
Your individual preferences are important to us.
Please ask if any questions – this is your journey.
Richard O’Neill – Tours Director