Four Wheel Drive Tracks in Tasmania
When visting Tassie for your four wheel drive adventure,
be sure to adhere to the following rules:
1. Respect the laws, rules and regulations for Recreational
Vehicles that apply to public lands in Tasmania. These will often
be marked at the starting point of your 4wd track.
2. Respect the cultural, heritage and environmental values of
public and private land. In some areas, there are high levels
of aboriginal significance and where land owners allow four wheel
driving on strict condition the care is taken and the land respected.
3. Respect Tasmania's flora and fauna. Stop, look, photogrpah
and enjoy but never disturb.
4. Keep to formed vehicle tracks at all times.
5. Keep the environment clean; always carry our own, and any
other, rubbish out. When camping, stick to formed camping spots
and never cut down native vegetation for firewood.
6. Keep your vehicle mechanically sound and clean to reduce the
environmental impact. Always be prepared, and never leave any
mess from your vehicle.
7. Adopt minimal impact camping and driving practices.
8. Always obtain permission before driving on private land, and
never disturb livestock or watering points. Always leave gates
as you find them.
9. Take adequate water, food, fuel, basic spares and a first
aid kit on trips. In remote areas always travel with another
vehicle and keep in radio contact at time.
10. Enjoy your recreation and respect the rights of others to
ensure that Tassie can stay 4WD friendly for generations to come.
11. Plan ahead and lodge trip details with a friend, family member
or other responsible person as you may end p in areas with no
mobile phone or radio coverage.
12. Support four-wheel drive touring as a responsible and legitimate
family recreational activity in Tasmania.
| Tasmania is a great spot for a 4WD holiday. Tassie offers a
range of diverse off raod adventures with a spectacular
mix of beach driving, rocky slopes and challenging bush tracks
for the 4WD enthusiast. There is beautiful scenery everywhere
you go in the State of Tasmaia and you can take time out to fish,
go camping, bushwalk, swim or enjoy a great range of fresh produce,
food and wines..
If you don't have a four wheel drive, but fancy a 4wd adventure
as a way of exploring Tasmania, why not try and organised four wheel drive tour?
Tassie Tag Along Four Wheel Drive Adventure Tours
are based in Ulverstone on Tasmania's North West Coasat and offer
guided tours of Tasmania’s
wilderness areas. Tassie Tag Along Four Wheel Drive Adventure
Tours will guide you on multi-day tours, led led
experienced guide Peter Redman, who also
provides a bush walker transport service.
Explore the remote and rugged west coast of Tasmania from the
comfort of Peter's own four-wheel-drive.
Discover Australia’s largest temperate rainforest at the
Tarkine, explore Tasmania’s best off-road tracks, and see
the state’s spectacular coastline.
Tours are flexible and can be customised to suit your needs.
Off-road driver training can also be arranged to ensure low-impact
driving. Trips can be arranged from one to 14 days. All tours are self-catered
unless otherwise arranged.