The Agnew Loop is one of two Leonora loop treks, each providing two very different themes. Starting at Leonora, located in the Northern Goldfields of WA, this trek focuses on the Social History, retelling stories of the goldrush and subsequent settlement of the region. This trek features roughly 15 interpretive sites, with rusty steel story tellers at each site,
Anne Beadell Highway
An inland alternative to travelling the Nullarbor, the Anne Beadell trek offers remoteness, isolation and unique vegetation and wildlife.
The stretch of coast between Augusta and Pemberton is inaccessible to 2WD but if you've got a 4WD you will love this trek. Excellent camping, the magnificent basalt pillars of Black Point and Jasper Beach are the major highlights.
Bullfinch to Goongarrie Station
Bullfinch to Goongarrie Station takes the traveller through part of the Great Western Woodlands, and into remote country near the Mount Manning Nature Reserve. Starting at the small town of Bullfinch and ending at Goongarrie Station run by DEC, passing through Lake Ballard and Menzies,
Canning Stock Route
The Canning Stock Route is a long-distance remote stretch of track through the Gibson and Great Sandy Deserts. No longer in use as a stock route this is now a vehicular track allowing access to the wells constructed as stock watering holes.
The little known Canarvon Range is nestled between the Canning Stock Route and Kumarina Road House. Originally discovered by John Forrest, this range rises majestically out of the spinifex plain; it has gorges, rockholes, waterfalls and aboriginal art. Few people visit the range and its environs; it’s a 4Wdriving paradise and a magical place to visit. NOTE Effective June 2010 until further notice,
Cave Hill Woodlines
This 4WD trek takes you back to the days when the gold mining industry needed timber as its main energy source. Thus, the vast network of tramway lines to carry it was created until the mid 1960s when it was no longer viable.
Connie Sue Hwy
Named after the daughter of Len and Anne Beadell, the very remote Connie Sue Highway runs over 650kms from the railway town of Rawlinna to the Aboriginal community of Warburton.
The Darlot Loop is one of two Leonora loop treks, with this one taking you through the many and varied landscapes of the north eastern Goldfields. This self drive trek focuses heavily on the Natural History of the region and features roughly 15 interpretive sites, with rusty steel story tellers at each site, providing a first person account of the site in general.
David Carnegie Road
The David Carnegie Rd is a little travelled track between the Great Central Rd and the Gunbarrel Hwy. It is a spectacular piece of country with rocky outcrops, spinifex plains and breakaways and in parts challenging 4WDing with deep ruts and washaways.
D'Entrecasteaux NP - Eastern Section
Starting at Northcliffe, this trek features great coastal scenery with a taste of tall karri forests. The roads and tracks mainly vary from well formed gravel to soft sand. Windy Harbour is a charming hamlet with fabulous coastal outlooks from the drive around Point D’Entrecasteaux National Park. Also not to be missed is the short 30 minute walk with interpretive details up Mount Chudalup,
D'Entrecasteaux NP - Western Section
Starting at Northcliffe, this trek features great coastal scenery together with large stretches of tall karri forest. The roads and tracks mainly vary from well formed gravel to soft sand. Key features are the extensive Yeagarup and Callcup dune systems, the track into Lake Jasper and on to Jasper Beach and Black Point,
Donnybrook to Augusta via Black Point
Starting at Donnybrook, this trek features great forest scenery, from jarrah/marri in the north to tall magnificent tall karri in the south, then continuing to spectacular basalt rock coastal scenery at Black Point and on to Augusta via peppermint lined coastal tracks.
Dundas to Balladonia Telegraph Track
Follow a little known track that runs adjacent to the old telegraph line from Coolgardie to Eucla. Journey alongside pristine salmon and gimlet woodlands, salt lakes, and rocky outcrops, and explore the relics from WA's rich gold mining history.
Dunn’s Track is a long forgotten route used by the early prospectors of the eastern goldfields of WA. The trek heads south to the abandoned town of Dundas, through Peak Charles NP and then onto Ravensthorpe.
The Eagle Hwy is a very isolated track in the Gibson Desert. At the northern end it can take you to the Gary Highway or the Talawanna Track and the southern end finishes at the Gunbarrel Hwy
East Pilbara Diversion
A great alternative trip avoiding the highways that is both a shortcut and very scenic. Shay Gap to Marble Bar and then along the Ripon Hills and Skull Springs loop around Carrawine Gorge and Eel Pool.
Fitzgerald River National Park
This trek takes you through one of Western Australia’s most significant bio-diversity areas. Enjoy the white beaches and access some of the best isolated coastal camping and fishing spots in the state.
Gibb River Road
The Gibb River Road is the 4WD option of the 2 main routes crossing the Kimberley from east to west (or vice versa) and provides access to the numerous gorges that are the main highlight.
Go back to the turbulent days when new towns sprouted soon after a gold find only to turn to ruins after the gold dried up. The trek paints the picture of the gold rush days in WA, the jubilance and hardships faced and the towns that survived.
Great Central Road
Part of the "Outback Way", the Great Central Road is the main thoroughfare through Central Australia and links WA to NT. It is widely used by buses, trucks, 4WD and occasionally 2WD vehicles.
Great Western Woodlands
This route offers fascinating insights into the woodline operations that supplied fuel and pit infrastructure to the Coolgardie, Kalgoorlie and Norseman mining operations for the first half of the 20th century, as well as remnants of sandalwood cutting operations. It traverses arid temperate woodlands of outstanding diversity and ecological importance.
The Gunbarrel Hwy is one of Australia's most famous roads being the first of many desert tracks built by surveyor Len Beadell. Today, this track remains isolated and remote - for experienced desert travellers only.
This track is a quick and easy way to get from the Great Central Road through to the Abandoned Section of the Old Gunbarrel Highway. Even though it does not offer many of the scenic features that other tracks offer in the area, it is still an interesting drive and provides relief from those torturous corrugations that you may have encountered further out on the Old Gunbarrel Highway.
From Broome Hill to Coolgardie, the Holland Track was originally built in the gold rush days as a shortcut to the Goldfields. Hardly ever visited for nearly 100 years, it was re-cut as a 4WD track in 1992 and is a popular trip with locals.
Hunt Oil Road
This remote trek links the Gunbarrel Hwy with the Great Central Road. It passes via Mount Worsnop and past the Hunt Oil road camps and drilling sites.
Kalumburu is a unique aboriginal settlement in the far northern Kimberley. With an entry permit, the Kalumburu community welcome visitors to visit their beaches and to enjoy superb reef and river fishing.
Karijini National Park
Located in the northwest Pilbara region and covering over 6200 square kilometres, Karijini NP is the second largest national park in Western Australia. People from all over Australia and around the world come to marvel at the impressive gorges within the park.
The Kidson track from 80 Mile Beach to Near Well 33 on the Canning Stock Route. This route is also know as Wapet Road.
The Lakewood woodline area is located south of Boulder and east of Norseman and has hundreds of kilometres of bush tracks. You will see the remains of old railway formations, lines of rotting sleepers and evidence of woodcutter's camps.
Minilya Exmouth Road
This sealed road trek is suited for vehicles towing caravans and camper trailers heading to Exmouth from Coral Bay. The Minilya Exmouth Road heads north of Coral Bay for over 150kms passing the massive Learmonth RAAF Base & Airport and Kailis Fisheries.
The major attraction of the northern Kimberley region is the majestic Mitchell Falls. Access by 4WD is challenging on both vehicle and occupants as this is a remote area. No food, fuel or mechanical services are available at Mitchell Falls itself.
Ningaloo Reef Adventure
Just about every West Australian has heard of Ningaloo, but surprisingly, its an oddity to most other Australians. Located between Exmouth and Coral Bay about 1200km north of Perth, Ningaloo is about 300 km long and is the largest fringing coral reef in Australia. Camping is permitted in the Cape Range National Park (basic facilities) and within station properties (BYO eco-toilets).
Northern Yilgarn Conservation Reserves
The area covered by this trek is very ecologically diverse; containing woodlands, heathlands, iron ore range country and extensive mulga in the north. Start at Southern Cross with a short detour to Lake Seabrook through to Koolyanobbing. Then onto the Helena and Aurora Ranges; to Kurrajong Rock and northwest through Mt Manning Nature Reserve. Then north to Mt Elvire and return south to Bullfinch.
Nuytsland Nature Reserve
This trek takes you through some very remote southern coastal country along Telegraph Track through the pristine Nuytsland Nature Reserve.
Paraburdoo to Murchison via Mt Augustus
This trek cuts straight down the middle from Paraburdoo to Murchison and it's a great scenic alternative from the North West Coastal Highway and the Great Northern Highway.
Perth to Coral Bay
This highway based trek note follows Route No. One up the WA coast to the tourist Mecca of Coral Bay. Take in the coastal towns of the Batavia Coast, including Dongara and Geraldton - maybe staying overnight or two before reaching the southern gateway to the Ningaloo Reef.
This is a popular 4WD day-trek close to Perth. Previously full of exciting challengings in muddy winter conditions, the track has been repaired to ensure your chances of getting bogged are removed. It still provides steep rocky inclines and good scenery.
The Puntawarri Track is an east-west track situated between Jigalong and the Canning Stock Route (CSR). The track joins the CSR at Canning’s Cairn in the Durba Hills.
Quobba Coast is a spectacular and rugged stretch of coastline in the Gascoyne region of WA. Red Bluff - located on Quobba Station tames the ruggedness, with its sheltered bay - ideal for camping, swimming, snorkelling, fishing and surfing.
Rason Lake Road
For those people that are travelling the Great Victoria Desert area and are looking for an alternative route to or from the Laverton area, the Rason Lakes Road makes a very interesting drive, covering a vast array of scenery and vegetation.
Rudall River National Park (Aboriginal name - Karlamilyi) is 1.3 million hectares in size and is the largest and the most remote National Park in Western Australia. It is 420kms east from Marble Bar and it should only be accessed by 4WD vehicles.
Sandy Blight Junction Road
The Sandy Blight Junction Road is one of those great four wheel drive trips that one visit will not be enough to experience the true beauty of this remote part of Outback Australia.
Shark Bay and Monkey Mia
This arid coastal area has extraordinary appeal.The World Heritage listed Shark Bay area is home to more than a few unique natural wonders including living stromatolites, dugongs and dolphins.
This trek heads towards Steep Point - the most westerly point of the Australian mainland. Vehicle access is by 4WD only. After returning to the main junction (approx 8kms south of Cloughs Bar), the second part of the trek heads towards Crayfish Bay.
These caves are located some 250 km north of Perth. It's an easy 1 day trek from Perth with only a short section of sandy, limestone outcropped track to reach the caves.
The Tjukayirla Roadhouse situated approximately half way between Laverton and Warburton in Western Australia on the Great Central Road now has something very special on offer besides a top place to stay – a series of recently discovered Aboriginal Art Site caves in the Great Victoria Desert.
This trek takes you from Balladonia Road House, across the vast almost treeless grasslands of the Nullarbor, then through the thickly wooded areas to Toolinna Cove at the Baxter Cliffs. On the way you will visit Five Ways Well, a number of sink holes, ruins of a telegraph linesman’s hut, rock holes and a tank. Then you reach the spectacular 75 metre high Baxter’s Cliffs at Toolinna Cove.
Another challenging day trip out of Perth and taking in the Wandoo Woodlands conservation area, this is part of the original 'Chauncy line' built by convicts in the late 1840s.
Warren Beach Dunes
This trek, which starts in Pemberton, takes you through the Brockman, D'Entrecasteaux and Warren National Parks and provides spectacular scenery ranging from towering karri forests to endless sand dunes reminiscent of the Sahara.
West Great Victoria Desert
This trek covers the western section of the Great Victoria Desert and is definately 4WD country. If you take this route you will follow in the footsteps of explorers Frank Hann, The Elder Expedition and Len Beadell.
West Hamersley Ranges and Woongarra Pool
This short trip takes advantage of recent exploration work undertaken by BHP Billiton as well as a station track to the Pool which lies on a picturesque length of the Beasley River and which provides excellent camping.
West Swan to Muchea
Parts of this trek are quite popular as a sand-driving course and it provides various levels of difficulty depending on the exact track you decide to take. There are often two or three tracks running parallel, with each presenting different challenges.
Popular with locals, this track is one of the rare locations near metro Perth where you can legally drive amongst the sand dunes and get onto the beach line. This trek is suitable for most levels of experience.