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Travel to Australia's best off-road destinations
  • The Map Patrol's Favourite Free Campsites

    Posted on: 02/02/17

    The Map Patrol's favourite free camps

    Australia is home to many amazing free camping areas, so to uncover the best around we asked our resident adventure experts - the Hema Map Patrol - to tell us some of their favourites.

  • Best Australian 4WD Beaches

    Posted on: 20/01/17

    Fraser Island Beach 4WD

    In Australia, we are lucky enough to have a wide selection of amazing beaches that allow 4WD access. Here is some of our favourite Australian 4WD beach runs.

  • Otway Ranges: Great Otway National Park - VIC

    Posted on: 12/01/17

    The Otway Ranges is one of Victoria's greatest natural assets, with waterfalls and other scenic attractions for all explorers to enjoy.

    Situated next to one of Australia’s most iconic drives, the Otway Ranges is a lush hinterland with natural riches and adventure activities to captivate all-comers.

  • North Stradbroke Island - QLD

    Posted on: 12/01/17

    North Stradbroke Island beach drive South East Queensland

    North Stradbroke Island is an idyllic beach paradise with pristine wilderness areas and charming pockets of civilisation to enjoy.

  • Tasman National Park - TAS

    Posted on: 11/01/17

    Tasman National Park, Tasmania

    Tasman National Park offers spectacular hiking trails, natural highlights and phenomenal coastal scenery complete with towering dolerite cliffs and pinnacles.

  • Barrington Tops National Park - NSW

    Posted on: 10/01/17

    Barrington Tops water crossing

    Barrington Tops National Park is an adventurer’s paradise that gives travellers a range of ways to explore the region’s undulating ranges, which are home to ancient World Heritage-listed rainforest.

  • 14 of Australia's Best Secret Travel Spots

    Posted on: 14/12/16

    Australia's best secret off-road spots

    Australia is full of famous off-road locations which every traveller worth their salt knows, but away from the spotlight, each state has some hidden gems that are just as enthralling to explore as their more well-known counterparts.

  • Sundown National Park - SE QLD

    Posted on: 17/10/14

    Sundown Road is notoriously rough, rocky and steep.

    Sundown National Park is a remote and rocky four-wheel driver’s paradise, filled with challenging tracks and deep gorges waiting to be explored.

  • D'Entrecasteaux National Park - SW WA

    Posted on: 12/09/14

    Overlooking the ocean from the sandy off-road tracks in D'Entrecasteaux National Park

    An unspoilt wilderness waiting to be explored, D’Entrecasteaux National Park is a coastal strip of South West Western Australia that’s full of tracks and natural attractions.

  • Conondale National Park - SE QLD

    Posted on: 31/07/14

    Conondale National Park is part of the Conondale Range, which in itself is a section of the 3500km long Great Dividing Range

    A lush scenic escape close to Brisbane, Conondale National Park’s mix of natural attractions and idyllic campgrounds make it a perfect weekend destination.