4WD Tracks & Trails
Posted on: 10/04/17
An easy drive east from Perth, the trip through Wandoo National Park from The Lakes Roadhouse is an enjoyable jaunt through open eucalypt forest.
Posted on: 09/04/17
Known for its dramatic mountain vistas and lush valleys, Kanangra-Boyd National Park is an easily accessible off-road destination close to Sydney.
Posted on: 03/04/17
The Plenty Highway is a partly sealed outback highway that pumps travellers to and from the beating heart of the Red Centre through Queensland and the Northern Territory's shifting outback landscapes.
Posted on: 29/03/17
The Hay River Track links the northern and southern sections of the Simpson Desert, inviting adventurers to traverse the dunes along the Hay River.
Posted on: 24/03/17
One of the most remote tracks in Australia, the Connie Sue Highway meanders through the Great Victoria Desert and its pristine arid landscapes from Warburton to Rawlinna.
Posted on: 15/03/17
Googs Track runs from Ceduna all the way to Glendambo and boasts more than 300 dunes, making it a 4WD destination of choice within Outback South Australia.
Posted on: 13/03/17
Some 4WD tracks are easy, some are rough, and some live in infamy for their potential brutality and level of difficulty. If you plan on driving any of these tracks, ensure you’re well-prepared both in body and spirit.
Posted on: 23/02/17
The Anne Beadell Highway, located in Western Australia, is a track carved through some of the most isolated and harsh areas in Australia.
Posted on: 15/02/17
The Coffs Harbour region is home to a wide range of 4WD tracks that cut through this lush coastal hinterland, making it an accommodating destination for off-road travellers of all levels of experience.
Posted on: 07/02/17
The Watagans encompasses a large mountainous region in the Hunter Valley, and features enough hiking, camping and four-wheel driving to make it an iconic destination for locals and visitors alike.