Tasmania has a wide range and variety of attractions from
spectacular and adventurous four wheel driving on the west coast
to the scenic beauty and leisurely beachside activities available
on the east coast. With its rugged mountains, alpine gardens,
temperate rainforests and unique wildlife Tasmania's Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park has lots to offer to its thousands
of visitors from Tasmania, the Australian mainland and overseas.
Situated on Tasmania's east coast the Freycinet National Park stretches
south from Bicheno to a line north east of Hobart.
Freycinet is one of Tasmania's most popular national parks due to its stunning landscape that stretches from pristine beaches to spectacular red granite peaks with Wineglass Bay being ranked within the worlds top 10 beaches. Accommodation East Coast Tasmania, accommodation North East Coast Tasmania, accommodation North West Coast Tasmania, accommodation west coast tasmania,
Featured Four Wheel Drive Tracks Tasmania
Throughout our website you will see the 4wd tracks in Tasmania
categorised as easy, medium or hard as per the following definitions.
Easy - Most of these tracks are un-sealed
roads able to be driven on by a two wheel drive vehicle when
driven with care. If you are planning on going 4 wheel driving
in Tasmania n a 2-wheel drive, it is recommended that you contact
the land management agency to check road conditions before you
Medium - Definitely only
suitable for four wheel drive vehicles or trail bikes only, with
some areas of mud (depending on weather) boggy soil, rocks or
sand to be covered. Off-road driving experience is recommended.
Hard - These tracks are for only for people
with many years experience in 4wd or trail bike
users only. Likelihood of experiencing deep bogs, steep slopes,
and soft sand is very high and will test your driving skills.
It is recommended that you travel in tandem with other 4wd enthusiasts
in order to safely traverse these tracks.
Tasmania has some great spots set aside for the
responsible use of Four Wheel Drivers - 4WD, whether on a beach,
in the mountains or deep in the Tassie bush. Please respect our
tracks and keep them in great condition by drivng responsibly.
Whether using your 4WD for camping, take a family day trip,
to go fishing or to test your skills on demanding tracks, you’ll find plenty of helpful information on this website.
Please note this website has no affiliation with any 4WD Club in Tasmania.