4WD Tracks & Trails
Discover Australia's best off-road tracks and trails.
Australia's 5 Most Remote 4WD Tracks
One of the most appealing prospects of having an off-road adventure is getting into isolated areas where people are few and far between. Here are the most remote 4WD tracks in Australia for travellers seeking solitude along their journey.
Exploring the Bloomfield Track in Queensland
Looking for a cruisy off-road day-trip? Maybe planning a route to Cape York? Whatever you're after, the Bloomfield Track is worth a look.
Victoria's Deserts: Border Track
The southern state has plenty of arid regions that'll give you a dose of dusty 4WDing comparable to the country's 'real deserts.'
5 Beach Drives Near Brisbane
South East Queensland is home to some stunning beaches and the world’s largest sand islands, so it’s not a surprise that there are plenty of incredible places to drive on the beach close to Brisbane.
The Savannah Way
The Savannah Way, which links Cairns and Broome by way of 3,700km of sealed and unsealed roads, is broadly regarded as Australia’s greatest adventure drive.
The Gunbarrel Highway
The Gunbarrel Highway is one of Australia’s roughest 4WD tracks, taking travellers through 1400km of remote and beautiful desert areas in Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
The Flinders Ranges' Best 4WD Tracks
The Flinders Ranges is a scenic spectacle and a veritable four-wheel drive destination, its ancient landscapes home to some standout 4x4 tracks.
5 Outback Journeys for First-Time Travellers
Getting up the courage and know-how to travel the Australian Outback on your own is tough. Make it easy with our list of the best 4WD tracks for first-time outback travellers.
Oodnadatta Track, SA
Offering travellers a slice of outback history to go with its classic desert landscapes along an adventurous off-road drive, the Oodnadatta Track is an iconic Australian 4WD track.
Strzelecki Track, SA
An outback drive blazed by famous cattle thief Harry Readford in 1870, the Strzelecki Track is today one of Australia's most iconic 4WD tracks.
The Plenty Highway
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.
Hay River Track, Simpson Desert
The Hay River Track links the northern and southern sections of the Simpson Desert, inviting adventurers to traverse the dunes along the Hay River.
Connie Sue Highway, WA
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.
Googs Track, SA
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.
Anne Beadell Highway - WA
The Anne Beadell Highway, located in Western Australia, is a track carved through some of the most isolated and harsh areas in Australia.
Coffs Harbour Hinterland, NSW
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.
Condamine Gorge, South East QLD
Guiding travellers through ancient Gondwana Rainforest nestled within the Great Dividing Range, Condamine River Road crosses its namesake 14 times, making it a perfect day-trip for adventure-seekers and nature-lovers.