For Season 7, we head south to tour the picturesque state of Tasmania.
Our journey through Tasmania continues, with a jaunt along the wild west coast.
In this episode we explore Hobart and its surrounds, the southern-most spot in Australia, the Central Highlands, Queenstown and the wild west coast.
The 4X4 Adventure Series team heads south for an Apple Isle adventure, beginning at the iconic Jacob's Ladder ascent.
From the rocky trails of Mount Wellington, to the southern-most point you can drive to in Australia, and then upwards to the Central Highlands.
From the beaches, mountains and forest of the north-east of Tasmania to the great cliffs of Freycinet NP, you’ll be surprised at what our smallest state has to offer.
We asked our readers to name the best 4x4 tracks in Australia, and here's what you came up with.
Once showered in gold and diamonds, Bingara and the Gwydir River region enjoy a slower pace these days, a tranquil gem for off-road tourers.
Whether you’re travelling up the highway or tripping out of Darwin, a few days in Katherine’s Nitmiluk National Park make a refreshing stopover.
This season, the crew travel northbound through the rugged Flinders Ranges.
In Episode 3, the team travels to the Gammon Ranges and beyond to Arkaroola.
C19 has killed 4x4 travel for the time being, but there is a way to make you happy again.