Top 10 4WD Tracks you MUST drive

Top 10 4WD Tracks you MUST drive
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Invested in a new 4WD toy and want to get it dirty? Or maybe you want to set your beloved 4WD a new challenge? Time to throw the esky, tent and Inverter Generator in the back of the 4WD and get off the beaten track…

Luck for you, Australia has some of the most famous and thrilling 4WD tracks in the world. North, east, south, west or middle of the country – on your doorstep you can explore 4WD tracks that other off-road driving enthusiasts can only dream of.

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Desert Sand Dune 4WD Track

We’ve been trying them out (you can thank us later) and have whittled it down to 10 of the best. The ten 4WD tracks that will truly rock your world – and your vehicle!

1. STOCKTON BEACH, NSW

Want to test your beach driving skills? This is your chance. Get to grips with some of the hardest sand driving you will find in Australia. Rev up and down the monster sand dunes. And when you’re ready for a rest from driving, kick back on the beach and enjoy everything else Stockton has to offer, such as beach fishing and dune surfing. Great fun for the whole family. You will need a permit to drive on the beach, but at $10 for a day or $30 for an annual permit, it’s a small price to pay for all the fun you’ll have!

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Soft-Sand Driving On Sand Dunes At Stockton Beach

2. BRIDLE TRACK, NSW

Whether you’re just trying out the 4WD scene or you’re old hat, Bridle Track has plenty to offer. Following the Macquarie River, the track forms part of the original bullock wagon route from Bathurst. In fact, it used to be so rough that riders had to dismount and lead their horses by the bridle – hence the name. Take plenty of breaks to enjoy the spectacular scenery, fish for yabbies and set up camp. This is what being Aussie is all about.

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Creek Crossing On The Bridle Track

3. DAVIES PLAINS TRACK, VIC

A remote drive through the Victorian High Country, this track meanders through the Murray River region. The track’s pretty easy driving, but it’s well worth a visit for the camping spots and awesome views of Mt Kosciuszko and Mt Townsend.

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Moonlight Track Davies Plain

4. ELLIS TRACK, VIC

You can’t call yourself a four-wheel driver until you’ve experienced Ellis Track. On the outer eastern side of Melbourne, this 3.5km track packs in steep hills, massive rocks and huge ruts. And when you get to the end, swap with your partner and experience it as a passenger! If you dare, give it a shot in winter when the red clay becomes so slippery you’ll winch your way from start to finish.

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Ellis Track Victoria

5. BYFIELD NATIONAL PARK, QLD

At the heart of 4WD country in Central Queensland, you’ll find the Byfield National Park. You’ll need a permit to drive on the beach and camp – but it’s worth it! This is a mecca for 4-wheel driving. Explore Corio Bay, Stockyard Point, Five Rocks and many more off-the-beaten-tracks. Once you’ve worked up a sweat on the road, cool off in the freshwater creek.

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By Field National Park, QLD

Need more 4WD tracks action? Check these out!

6. LANCELIN TO CERVANTES 4WD TRACK, WA

7. BIG RED TRACK, GLASSHOUSE MOUNTAIN, QLD

8. GIBB RIVER ROAD, WA

9. COFFIN BAY, SA

10. ENGLAND TRACK, COFFS HARBOUR

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Sean Connolly

Sean Connolly

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Sean is the co-founder and Managing Director of My Generator (mygenerator.com.au)
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Comments

  • Aaron Schubert April 5, 2014, 12:43 pm

    Hey mate,

    Great list – I hope to travel some of these in the near future!

    Aaron

    • admin September 17, 2014, 1:38 am

      Thanks for your comment Aaron!
      I agree. There’s so many great tracks around Aus to explore.
      I hope to get through them all one day…
      Cheers,
      Sean

  • [email protected] mechanic November 2, 2015, 8:49 am

    They really are great Aussie adventures! But only for the VERY prepared. Traveling to wonderful places can certainly provide you enjoyment and pleasure. Although I’d LOVE to do some (or all!) of them, we’d really need to upgrade our rig.

  • Ella Rich January 2, 2016, 6:23 am

    Great post!!! The drive to the tip of Cape York is a long, arduous and exciting journey deemed one of Australia’s celebrated 4WD journeys to complete.

  • Oliver Jones April 7, 2016, 12:46 am

    As I have just spent all the money on the van itself, please take this into account, but what products might you have that could be appropriate, if anything.

  • https://www.notmyfault.com.au/ July 1, 2017, 3:20 pm

    Soft-Sand Driving has a lot of thrills. You never know until you experience it by yourself. I been very scared on my first time but once you know how to play with the sand, you are good to go. Just imagine when you are walking on the sand, you need to have a good control. It will grip and bounce. The 4WD is good for off-road and AWD is good for on-road. Happy driving!

    -not at fault car hire

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