Posted in June 2013

West Coast of Tasmania

Tasmania has a wide range and variety of attractions including remarkable 4WDing on the west coast. There are a number of challenging tracks to explore with terrain ranging from sandy beaches, mountains and deep bush. Some of the more popular tracks Tasmania has to offer include: Brushy Lagoon Track – runs from Westbury to Brushy … Continue reading

Eldee Station

Eldee Station is located 56 kilometers from Broken Hill and has been in the hands of a fourth generation station family, the Schmidth’s since the 1930s. When the station set up shearing demonstrations and accommodation in the shearers quarters it became the first tourism operation to be set up in far western NSW. Since beginning … Continue reading

Coffs Coast – a 4WDers paradise

The Coffs Coast is located approximately halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, on the North Coast of NSW. It includes both the Coffs Harbour and Bellingen areas and is one of the few locations on the Eastern Seaboard where the Great Dividing Range reaches out to meet the sea. It is this corridor between the ocean … Continue reading