4WDriving in Western Australia
Explore the colossal dunes in the southwest, manoeuvre along abandoned tracks that weave through the outback remnants of the state’s mining history, or find a deserted beach to camp beneath the stars. Go where few travellers have gone before and immerse yourself in the beautiful landscape WA has to offer.
Whether you hire one, buy one or borrow one, a 4WD is invaluable for travelling around WA. If you’re unsure about taking the track on your own, jump on the many tours available to make the most out of your journey.
There are a handful of small, independent and local tour business, located in Kununurra in the East Kimberley of Western Australia. Taking you off the beaten track with a mixture of off-road adventures and unique experiences not found in larger group tours.
Adventure four-wheel driving, incredible campsites, cultural experiences and amazing fishing with trips ranging from single days to a jam-packed ten-day tour to truly immerse yourself in the impeccable landscape.
The team of experienced guides will lead you through an eye-opening adventure and leave you in awe with the natural wonders of the Kimberley.
4WD tours can be found throughout the region, taking you through everything Esperance has to offer.
Tag-along tours are great for visitors who want to drive their own 4WD but aren’t confident driving in the national parks on their own. Stop by for some sand boarding, swimming, some refreshments and make the most of your day out.
Otherwise, choose between a shorter two-hour tour of the Great Ocean Drive, a half day tour of Cape Le Grand, or a full day tour of The Duke, catching a glimpse of some Beach Kangaroos along the way.
All tours can be tailored to your journey, fill it with action packed activities, or sit back and enjoy the impeccable scenery, it’s completely up to you.
Beach and adventure tours are available, taking you to hard-to-access areas that highlight Pemberton such as the Karri Forest and Yeagarup Beach.
Don’t miss a beat when following tours that adventure through D’Entrecasteaux National Park, Stirling Ranges and cruise on the Kalgan River.