A 4WD is the perfect vehicle for one with an adventurous spirit. Four-wheel drive gives on the capability to drive through some of the most spectacular nature sights in the world. The next time you have some time off, here are five great holiday destinations in Australia that you can enjoy.
1. Goog's Track
If you have a passion for wildlife and natural landscapes, then you will want to spend some time on Goog's Track. The track was built by John "Goog" Denton and his family in 1970. The track is surrounded by Goog's Lakes and an excellent camping site. The surrounding lakes offer breathtaking views that make the adventurous ride worthwhile. The Yumbarra Conservation Park and Yellabinna Regional Reserve can also provide excellent spots for setting up a tent and enjoying a few days in the wilderness. Visitors can be prepared to spot various forms of wildlife like kangaroos, dingbats and other beautiful animals in the wilderness.
2. Simpson Desert
Perhaps taking a trip through the sand dunes is something you wish to do with your 4WD. The Simpson Desert offers over 100 sand dunes that are separated by beautiful plains throughout. Bird-watchers in particular are drawn to the Simpson Desert for the lovely variety of bird species that can be spotted.
3. Stockton Beach
Perhaps you just want to take a day trip during your holiday. Stockton Beach is always a great place to take the family with a 4WD. There are also monster sand dunes to be found at Stockton Beach, and the entire family will be able to stay entertained for hours.
4. Byfield National Park
If you are looking for a 4WD destination that will provide you with hours of exploration, then the Byfield National Park is definitely the place to go. There is a BP service station outside of the camp that offers permits so that you can drive through the park or set up your own camp site in the park. On 9 Mile Beach, you can set up camp and enjoy the beautiful views of the water. There is also no need to be afraid of crocodiles or stingers, as this is a freshwater region.
5. Gibb River Road
For those who are looking for incredible campsites, Gibb River Road is a track to visit. On this track, one will be able to drive through various historical towns in the area. There are plenty of fuel stations located along the way, making this track an excellent choice for a first-time 4WD driver. One also does not need to obtain any type of permit to drive along the Gibb River Road. Special permission may be required for entering the Aboriginal land.
These 4WD destinations can help you to fully enjoy your vehicle and all of the adventurous experiences that it can facilitate. Hop in the 4WD with some friends or family, or go by yourself, to enjoy one of the best holidays that you have yet to experience in your lifetime!
Before you set off on your adventure, pay a visit to Diff Lapping QLD to ensure that your truck is up to the task.