Guide to 4WD Tracks Tasmania Off Road Tassie
Tassie 4WD Tracks
When visiting Tasmania to enjoy 4 wheel driving, you have many accommodation options and can choose from tent sites, powered or unpowered sites for caravans, campervans or camper trailers or choose self-contained cabins, or maybe camp in a national park. Tasmania is without doubt of the easiest and most unspoiled places to camp or explore in a campervan, motorhome or caravan, where you can quickly move from a coastal location to an unspoilt wilderness location deep within a national park without having to drive for hours and hours. App. 40 % of Tassie is protected as national parks and reserves and there are more than 50 caravan parks statewide for your convenience.
You can choose from campgrounds provided by commercial operators or formal, and informal free camp sites Tasmania and little-known remote campsites that you may come across on your 4WD adventure. Formal campsites are those within national parks and in forest reserves managed by Forestry Tasmania or Hydro Tasmania. Informal camp sites are generally not marked as such usage requirements vary at each site. Take care in summer when camping in Tasmania, bushfires can be unpredictable and expose you to danger very quickly. Take care when four-wheel driving in Winter, as heavy rains, snow and unpredictable weather can quickly turn your four-wheel drive in a major challenge. See: Free Camping Tasmania
Throughout this website you will see references to camping in Tasmania. We provide a comprehensive list of campsites, both free and paid for your to consider when four wheel driving in Tasmania. The following information is provided by National Parks & Wildlife Tasmania to ensure that camping remains sustainable while all campers have a safe and enjoyable stay when Camping Tasmania
Plan ahead and prepare – please note and observe the following: