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Iconic Australian 4WD Tracks

There are hundreds of 4WDers who set off every year on the search for an adventure off the beaten track. While Australia offers a great variety of tracks for 4WDers to explore there are definitely the favourites that are on everyone’s bucket list. If you’re into 4WDing we’re pretty sure that you’ve heard of tracks … Continue reading

Iconic Aussie Pubs

When out and about exploring Australia in your 4WD you are bound to come across some great Aussie pubs along the way. When you come across a great outback pub, one thing is for sure – it will have some fantastic stories attached to it. In New South Wales there is ‘The Pub With No … Continue reading

Fresh VS Salt Water Crossings

Everyone loves the satisfaction of getting through a challenging water crossing, but it is important to remember that not all water crossings are the same. While fresh water crossings are generally considered safe to drive through they do tend to be full of leaves, debris, silt and sometimes contain traces of metals that can corrode … Continue reading

Driving Tips for River Crossings

Often to get to some of the best locations in Australia you have to go through a river to get there. When driving through rivers there are a few key things that you should do to ensure that you make it across safely. WALK IT FIRST – rivers can often be deceiving and there is … Continue reading

Great Australian River Crossings

If you’re looking for a 4WD adventure full of river crossings then you can’t go past the famous Gibb River Road in the Kimberley region, WA. The Gibb River Road takes you 660km from Derby/Broome on the west coast to Kununurra/Wyndham on WA’s Eastern border. The best time to travel the Gibb is in the dry … Continue reading

Great parks to challenge your 4WDing skills

If you’re looking for a 4WD park with some great tracks and challenges to take on, check out these: Land Cruiser Mountain Park Land Cruiser Mountain Park is a 10,000 acre Wilderness Camping and 4wd Park less than 2 hours from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. It’s the perfect place to learn new off-road driving skills … Continue reading

Fairy Meadows – Pakistan

This track is definitely one of the deadliest in the world. The road was built by the local people and is steep and the width only just accommodates a 4WD. With no guardrails preventing your 4WD from rolling down into the gorge, it is definitely a track that will have you on the edge of … Continue reading

Black Bear Pass – Telluride

The Black Bear pass is a terrifying 4WD track that starts from the 3,358m summit of Red Mountain Pass to Telluride, Colorado. The track is notorious for its deadly switchbacks and steep cliff faces. The track is not for inexperienced drivers, with the most unnerving part of the track consisting of a mile stretch of … Continue reading

The Rubicon Trail

Possibly the most well-known 4WD track in the world the Rubicon Trail provides a combination of tracks with varying difficulties, along with great camping spots and stunning views. The trail is located in the Sierra Nevada in Western United States and is a 22 mile long route. There is a bit of history behind why … Continue reading

Death Valley National Park

The name of the park says it all, with unprepared tourists dying each year in the national park. It was given its forbidding name when a group of pioneers got lost in the valley in the Winter of 1849-1850. Death Valley is the largest national park outside of Alaska and has more miles of roads … Continue reading