The Strzelecki Track was discovered and named by Charles Sturt in 1845. It is the unsealed dusty desert route which takes you from Lyndhurst traveling north through harsh country to Innamincka.
Ever seen some of the most fascinating ancient sandstone ridges in Australia? Ever walked through the mountainous ranges of the Victorian wilderness? Ever experienced the breathtaking views and picturesque setting of the Grampian National Park? Well… what are you waiting for?
Montezuma Falls 4WD Trail
Pack your 4WD and head off on a day trip to explore the mystery and breathtaking beauty of Tasmania. Discover the magnificent falls gushing with water which is hidden within one of the countries most enchanting rainforests. See nature in its full glory when visiting the Montezuma Falls and taking the breathtaking rainforest walk. Take the 4WD track that leads you through the ‘spray tunnel’ and enjoy the ruggedness of Tasmania’s natural wonderland. A memorable 4WD adventure, that captivates all the senses.
There is never a more perfect time to visit our magnificent northern Australian Tropics than between June and September. If you find yourself up this way and you are a hardcore 4wd enthusiast it is worth considering taking on the Bloomfield track. The Bloomfield Track is situated between Cairns and Cooktown and is the track which links the beautiful world heritage listed Cape Tribulation to the Bloomfield River at Wajul Wajul.
Purnululu National Park
The Bungle Bungle range is situated in the Purnululu National Park. It is one of the most fascinating natural landmarks in Australia, and perhaps even the world, offering a hidden world of caves, tropical pools, rocky gorges, and ancient Aboriginal rock art.