Discover the outback the ‘Aussie’ way in
Endless skyline and dramatic landscape are what outback dreams are made of. 4WDriving allows access to remote sanctuaries that would be otherwise inaccessible by car or 2WD. In the outback driving is no longer a means to an end; but rather an adventure. Let your 4WD take you off the beaten track and journey into the heart of the Golden Outback to experience something uniquely magical; pitch a swag and camp under the stars. Experience the true outback lifestyle on your 4WDriving adventure.
The Golden Outback offers a myriad of 4WD trails for enthusiastic visitors. Boasting history, heritage, beauty, and serenity; these drive trails are the perfect opportunity to escape, relax, and reconnect with nature. The main drive trails in the Golden Outback include; the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail; the Golden Quest Discovery Trail; Pioneers Pathway; and Granite and Woodlands Discovery Trail.
The Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail is a trail embodied by history and culture. Trail follows the captivating journey of the Golden Pipeline and its creator, CY O’Connor. This stunning piece of
The Golden Quest Discovery Trail explores the gold rush era. Travellers are set to embark on their own ‘quest for gold’; a truly amazing adventure. The adventure trail is a spectacular 965 kilometres in length.
Pioneers Pathway is an exciting alternative to the Great Eastern Highway Route. Discover the traditional wheat belt farmland region. Pioneers Pathway is the perfect weekend 4WD getaway.
Granite and Woodlands Discovery Trail is a magnificent trail for all those interested in exploring the many natural and cultural wonders the Golden Outback has to offer. The trail boasts over 16 fantastic natural and cultural attractions; one of which is the world renowned Wave Rock.
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4WDriving is the most enchanting and adventurous way to explore the great state of
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