If you are in search of a well known and very popular 4WD route that takes you exploring through the some of the most remote regions of New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia, look no further than Corner Country. This 4WD adventure gives you the opportunity to experience the spectacular outback and the impressive history that this beautiful country of ours has to offer.
Brindabella National Park
There is more to the ACT then just the sightseeing in the city, visiting the museums and taking snapshots of the national treasures. Instead immerse yourself in the natural bushland setting that surrounds this beautiful city and discover the true beauty that ACT has to offer – the Brindabella National Park.
An oasis for the outdoor and fishing enthusiast – the St George region has a lot to offer. Bring your rod and tackle and find a nice spot along the Balonne river, or one of the many other waterways in this area brimming with fish. Situated 512km from Brisbane, the fish of St George are just awaiting your arrival…and a perfect reason to come and enjoy the tranquil waters of the Balonne.
Ngarkat Conservation Park
If you are looking for somewhere to go on your next 4WD adventure South Australia is definitely a place worth considering. This state has so much to offer any 4WD enthusiast, due to its diverse landscapes and its natural wonders. Whether you are wanting to explore the remote sandy desert or the breathtaking coastlines, South Australia is an adventure waiting to happen.
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.