4WD Tracks Tasmania

Tassie 4WD Tracks

Borradaile Plains Track

Borradaile Plains Four Wheel Drive Track

The Borradaile Plains 4WD track runs from the Lemonthyme Power Station at the end of Lemonthyme Road via Plains Road and finishes at the junction of Bare Hill Road and the C171. This is a scenic track once you get up onto the Borrodaile Plains. The track is reasonably comfortable for most conventional 4WD. Depending on the weather, you may find some flooded water on the tracks in places.

Track information – Borradaile Track

The Borradaile Track is relatively short and won't challenge avid four wheel drivers but does offer pretty scenery and excellent photographic opportunities. The Boradile Plains 4WD track runs from the Lemonthyme Power Station at the end of Lemonthyme Road via Plains Road and finishes at the junction of Bare Hill Road and the C171. This is a scenic track once you get up onto the Borrodaile Plains. The track is reasonably comfortable for most conventional 4WD. Depending on the weather, you may find some flooded water on the tracks in places.

Borradaile Track Details

Leave the Arm River Forest Reserve and head North down the valley to a junction marked with Bare Hill Road. Turn left into Bare Hill Road – this is the start of Borradaile Plains. After a period of app. 11 kilometres you will find a wire gate, turn right at the T-junction, a little further along you will see a quarry. After a full 18 kilometres, you will find a t-junction with Lemonthyme Road.

Disclaimer

The track is reasonably comfortable for most conventional 4WD. Depending on the weather, you may find some flooded water on the tracks in places.

The Boradile Plains 4WD track runs from the Lemonthyme Power Station at the end of Lemonthyme Road via Plains Road and finishes at the junction of Bare Hill Road and the C171. This is a scenic track once you get up onto the Borrodaile Plains.

Read more


Details

  • Difficulty – Medium
  • Permit Req’d – No
  • Distance – app. 18 kms
  • Time – app. 1 hr
  • Carry – Recovery Gear
  • Travel Alone – Yes if dry

Borradaile Plains 4WD Track

The Borradaile Plains track is state forest, so common to encounter working vehicles.

See also:

Top