Guide to 4WD Tracks Tasmania Off Road Tassie
Tassie 4WD Tracks
We are Tasmanians who love to go off-road, four-wheel driving and experience the almost unlimited natural beauty of Tasmania at every chance we can. We love to go camping in Tasmania, bushwalking and fishing as often as possible. This website is designed to assist you in planning you four-wheel drive adventures in the island state of Tasmania.
Tasmania has some great 4WD tracks, trails, and locations with different areas of the state offering a mix of beach driving routes, rocky slopes, and bush tracks far off the beaten track for the 4WD enthusiast. There is beautiful scenery in the state of Tasmania; take time out to camp, bushwalk, fish, swim, dive, surf or just enjoy one of the many bushwalks.
Queenstown and the surrounding area on the West Coast of Tassie is ideal for 4WD enthusiasts. It features World Heritage Wilderness, unspoiled beaches, and great fishing spots and bushwalking. When 4-wheel driving on the West Coast, there are many great cruises and attractions including the Gordon River.
Another area that is extremely popular with four-wheel drive enthusiasts is the Bay of Fires. This magnificent area features some of the best beaches in the World and many great fishing spots. The Mt William National Park is in this area and features great camping areas for 4wd enthusiasts. Another option is taking your family on an exciting journey through the beautiful Huon Valley and Tahune Forest Reserve. In this area, you will find great picnic spots and idyllic camping grounds. Anglers will also love this area where you will be able to fish for trout and blackfish. There is beautiful forestry in the area and some great bushwalks for bushwalking enthusiasts.
If you are looking for a 4WD destination that offers both a demanding but exhilarating 4WD track close to the capital city of Hobart, Mt Wellington is the perfect place for you. With amazing views and spectacular scenery, Mt Wellington is a prime 4WD destination that is easily reached from central Hobart. While the steep and rocky track is designed for drivers with experience, Mt Wellington has a lot to offer the experienced four-wheel driver. This track offers visitors amazing views of Hobart that you simply would not get to see in a conventional car and while you are there, enjoy a bushwalk on one of the many tracks in the area.