7 of the best 4wd tracks in Australia

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7 of the best 4wd tracks in Australia

7 of the best 4wd tracks in Australia


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Many international 4wd lovers visit our website, and today we want to show them some of the best 4wd tracks in Australia. 


Of course, this is not just for them, that's also for all of us who live in this beautiful country and either have already experienced some of these trips or are planning them in the near future.


We don't want to put any itinerary on a podium, and it's a crime not to mention places like the Kimberley in WA, the Simpson Desert across SA, NT and QLD, the Red Centre in NT and dozens more.


This is just a brief introduction to some of the best 4wd tracks in Australia. Enjoy.


Stockton Beach, New South Wales

That may be slightly biased to put this first, but since we are Newcastle based, Stockton beach is our backyard. We have covered some of our Sand Driving Tips in our blog sometimes ago, and Stockton Beach is the perfect place to take your 4wd on the beach. Stockton Beach is a paradise of hilly, soft sand dunes, (some can be over 1 kilometre wide). In specific sections of the beach, the dunes are very steep and can go up to 30 metres high. Stockton Beach distance is approx 53Km, one day will be enough to cover it, and you can use it all year around

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Canning Stock Route, Western Australia

Ok, this is a tough one...the Canning Stock Route is one of the world's most challenging and remote 4WD tracks. It runs for 1850km through Outback Western Australia, from Wiluna to Halls Creek, and the minimum suggested travel time is 16 days. May to August is the best time of the year to attempt it. This used to be an old stock route; today is quite isolated and not many services are available along the route so travelling in convoy is advisable

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The High Country, Victoria

This fantastic itinerary will take you through some abandoned mining towns that used to be bustling gold towns in the 1920's. Rugged mountains, cute wineries, rivers, fantastic panoramic views, this itinerary provides steep 4wd tracks such as Billy Goats Bluff, which in 6km will take you from 250 metres above sea level to 1480m. The location is between the towns of Mansfield to Harrietville; it's approx 300Km, it will take you three days to enjoy it. December to April is the best time to go

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Cape York, Queensland

Also called the Old Telegraph Track this itinerary would take you to Australia tropical North Queensland. This region is only open for four-wheel drive exploration from April to October due to monsoonal flooding. Beautiful beaches in the Starcke Coast, great clay driving in the CREB Track, plenty creek and river crossings, this is a one of the world's best offroad adventure destinations. The distance is approx 850Km between Cooktown to Seisia and 24 days will be recommended to get the best out of it

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The Flinders Ranges, South Australia

The Flinders Ranges is one the best outback destinations in South Australia. There are 4WD tracks across this rugged regions with astonishing landscape views. National parks such as Ikara-Flinders Ranges and Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges are a must as well as the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, the first legally protected wilderness sanctuary in South Australia that will provide the visitor spectacular mountain views. Not mentioning Wilpena Pound, a natural amphitheatre, created through erosion over millions of years.

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Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory

A true unforgettable Australian experience voted as a World Heritage Area for his culture and natural beauty. 4wd tracks are available throughout the park and passing through 50000 years indigenous heritage that will make you feel like driving through a giant rock art gallery. Wildlife is incredibly rich with over 290 birds varieties and depending on what season you will visit it; you will find dramatic scenic changes as shown in the photo below. 



Fraser Island, Queensland

Another World Heritage destination stretching over 180,000 hectares making it the largest sand island in the world. It's hard to describe the incredible beauty of this region with never-ending white beaches and sand cliffs, freshwater lakes, rainforests growing on sand dunes 200 Meters high. This place attracts thousands of keen 4wd lovers from all over Australia, and it's one of the must-do 4wd experiences in Australia. 

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