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Checkout these useful links to 4wdriving in Tasmania.

Four Wheel Drive Tasmania is the organisation representing 4wd Clubs, their members and the general 4wd community in Tasmania. They represent clubs in dealings with government organisations and policy makers to help maintain access to 4wd tracks around the state.

Parks and Wildlife Tasmania manage not only National Parks but many other areas within Tasmania. Click on the picture to visit their guide to 4wd tracks in Tasmania.

The 'bible' for 4wdriving in Tasmania. 4wd Tracks in Tasmania by Chris Boden.


This 192 page guidebook will not only give you concise directions and information on access, campsites and facilities, but also provide fascinating snippets of information about the areas you visit.


Over 60 roads and 4wd tracks are described in this publication together with maps showing all the detail required to navigate to and along the tracks.

Looking to do a 4wd Tagalong Tour in Tasmania? Checkout Tasmanian Offroad Adventures. A great idea if you are visiting the state and want to tackle the iconic Tasmanian 4wd Tracks in a short period of time. 

The Braddon 4WD Club is located in Burnie on the North West Coast of Tasmania. The Club has a calendar of events many months in advance with trips to interesting and varied locations throughout the state varying from day trips to overnight stays of several nights. Other events include navigational trials, an annual spit roast and of course the annual dinner. The Club promotes a safe responsible approach to four-wheel driving by endorsing the Tread Lightly Campaign and is a participating member of 4WD Tasmania.

Based in Hobart, the Land Rover Owners Club aims to enhance general appreciation of the qualities and abilities inherent in four wheel drive vehicles, principally those of Rover manufacture, but without bias against machines of other makes. Activities generally involve bush touring and camping. Trips, varying from one day to over a week in duration, and of differing degrees of difficulty are organized on a regular basis and all members of the family are welcome to participate. 

The Ulverstone 4wd Club are based in North West Tasmania. We have regular 4×4 trips and these quite often including camping. We cover most of the top half of the State. Our club has organised and ran two 4×4 Challenges, with people from all over the state coming to compete. We aren’t a gung ho club and our aim is to maintain the “Cruisin without Bruisin” regime. 

The No Limits 4WD Club is based in Hobart. We run regular trips and events that cater for all the 4wding community. Our members have vehicles that range from standard touring 4wds to travel the mainland right through to highly modified 4wds that tackle the toughest tracks in Tassie. If you’re finding yourself cruising around tracks by yourself, you are welcome to come along to our monthly meetings and get involved with our friendly and active 4wd club.

The Trekka 4WD Club is based out of Hobart and caters for a wide range of people. We are a family oriented club and the majority or our events are day trips in the south of the state and on long weekends we venture to the West Coast and further afield. We welcome those who are new to the 4WD adventure all the way through to seasoned travellers and invite you to take a look around our site for a trip that might suit you. 

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