4WD and Off-Road Driving
From outback off-roading to 4WD beach driving, Regional NSW has an abundance of terrain and trails to explore. Drive though UNESCO World Heritage wilderness, explore the Snowy Mountains and park your 4WD up on one of the many accessible beaches.
Combine a 4WD adventure with camping. You can hire fully kitted out 4WDs with a tent on the roof from Simmo’s Offroad Tours will take you on eco-certified 4WD tours to wonderful locations, from colonial goldfields to ancient limestone caves.or for a guided trip
You can enjoy a 4WD tag-along tour on the historic Eldee Station in the breathtaking Mundi Mundi Plains, near Silverton. Or drive through the outback on a Tri State Safaris in Broken Hill. Take the Gorge Loop Road in the Sturt National Park for stunning scenery.
Explore beautiful terrains and take your 4WD onto some of NSWs beautiful sandy beaches, such as Airforce Beach in Evans Heads. With a council permit, you can take a 4WD onto sections of Hawks Nest Beach, also known as Bennetts Beach, in pretty Hawks Nest.
4WD vehicles are allowed on the beach in Worimi National Park, a significant place for Aboriginal cultural heritage and home to the Stockton dunes. You can also take a quad bike tour of the towering dunes or learn to surf on a 4WD tour with Bush Surfaris, on the South Coast.
For trails in World Heritage-listed national parks, navigate the Oberon Colong and Howes tracks in the Blue Mountains. The Barrington trail is open between October and May in the Barrington Tops, with a number of camping spots along the trail. Near Port Macquarie is Hastings Forest Way, a 122km return touring route in the Werrikimbe National Park.
Other 4WD trails in magnificent national parks include: