BestOff Roading Tracks in Australia, A Must Try for you

Mount Kaputar National Park: The Barraba Track

If you long for isolated and calm places, then head for Mount Kaputar National Park, the Barraba track will not let down you. A limited 4WD trail accessible all year round with only 8 vehicles a week permitted entry. The track is sited in northern New South Wales, extending from Kapitar highland to the eastern border of the park.


The Lobs Hole Ravine Campgrounds, Snowy Mountains

If you crave for refreshing dose of magnificent mountain views, fresh air and nature then head for the 4WD trail of Lobs Hole Ravine. The Lobs Hole Ravine Trail, sited in the Snow-white Mountains is an enthusiast playground and open all year round. A true piece of Australian Gold mining along with spectacular views. This trail runs from Jounama all the way to Wallace Creek viewpoint through the northern regions of Kosciuszko National Park.


Southern Highlands Sojourn: Wombeyan Caves Reserve

Be ready to be wowed because all along the way there are incredible views into Burragorang Valley. Another stop-admirable sight. it is 25m long Bullio Tunnel that was hand-cut into the sandstone from Berrima to the caves, at the southern end of the Blue Mountains National Park is Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve and camping is permitted here. Australian Camper, Australian Caravan, Off Road Campers There are five caves to discover Kooringa, Fig Tree, Wollondilly, Junction and Mulwaree.


Yengo National Park

Once you are in the Lower Hunter region it will feel like civilization is a million miles away. Yengo is part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. The capacity for adventure here is interminable. You need permit to access the Big Yango Loop Trail. There are two choices to overnight either the Mountain Arm campgrounds or Big Yango Homestead. There are plenty of gravel roads and dirt tracks.


Abercrombie River National Park

There are two park entrances. There are four main campgrounds (Bummaroo Ford, Silent Creek, The Beach and The Sink), all with something distinctive to offer. Even those with camper trailers are catered for too, as Bummaroo Ford Campsite has access for camper trailers and caravans.


Ados 4WD Course

Located near Dubbo is a jewel. Sited on a working sheep and cattle property, the course lies in the Warrumbungle mountain range in the Central North of NSW and the winding mountain tracks rate at grade 3 and 4 and accessible all year round. You have the choice of living onsite in the shearer’s quarters or head out to the adjoining national park for a spot of camping.


No matter where your off-road adventure begins, remember to stay safe, always drive sensibly, pay attention to any cautionary road signs and drive within your skill limits and the capabilities of your vehicle.

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