Trails: Drive (4WD)
Driving holidays are one of the best ways to experience the wide open spaces and unique landscapes of Western Australia. The Drive trails on this website link up with many of the walk and bike trails on the site and present lots of opportunities to stop and stretch your legs.
Rental cars and camper trailers are readily available for hire and require a valid driver's license. While international licenses are not required, they are recommended. Distances North of Perth can be huge so it’s essential you plan your trip carefully. Tag-a-long tours are a popular option in remote areas.
- For information about driving in WA visit the Tourism WA website.
- To view a map of all Off-road vehicle areas visit the DLGSC (Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries) website.
- For more specific information about driving in the Outback pick up a free copy of ‘Travelling in Outback Western Australia’ from a visitor information centre or download here.
The TRAIL FILTER is on the MAP page.
Drive (4WD) Trails in Western Australia
|Trail Name||Top Trail||Rating||Region||Time||Length||Difficulty|
|Captain Fawcett Track, Dwellingup to Quindanning||South West||Full day||105km||Difficult|
|Gibb River Road||This is a Top Trail||North West||Multiple day||700km||Moderate|
|Greenough River Nature Trail||Coral Coast||Full day||(Loop) 17km||Moderate|
|Kingsford Smith Mail Run, Carnarvon to Meekatharra||This is a Top Trail||Coral Coast, Golden Outback||Multiple day||800km||Easy|
|Mt Nameless, Tom Price||North West||1-3 hours||4.5km||Difficult|
|The West Kimberley Crossing||North West||Multiple day||(Loop) 1135km||Moderate|
|Yeagarup Dunes to Warren Beach Track, Pemberton||South West||1-3 hours||6km||Moderate|