There is definitely no shortage of options for 4WD enthusiasts just a stone’s throw from the city of Brisbane! Here are just a few options to check out when thinking of 4WD Tracks Around Brisbane.

Best choices for 4WD tracks around Brisbane include:

Nudgee Road, Nudgee.

Nudgee is only a short track but plenty of fun, featuring some small hill climbs and sections of mud. Entry is down by the powerlines just after you come over the gateway motorway overpass heading towards Nudgee Beach.

Moreton Island

Moreton Island is a beacon of natural beauty and scenery. Only 40 kilometres north of Brisbane, Moreton Island is almost entirely made up of national parkland and can only be traversed by four-wheel drive. There are even vast stretches of beach to drive on!

Mt Mee State Forest

Mt Mee is part of the D’Aguilar National Park just north west of Brisbane. The track will take you through sub-tropical rainforest including some amazing lookouts. Mt Mee is located in the northern section of the park, accessible only by four-wheel drive.

Mt Mee is also a great setting for picnics or camping, but best to call ahead and check how many of the tracks and sites are open at any given time as it tends to vary throughout the year.

Bribie Island

If you’re willing to venture an hour north of Brisbane, you can enjoy the sights of Bribie Island’s inland and beach tracks, rich in wildlife and history. There are a number of camping grounds, with facilities ranging from non-existent to picnic tables, fireplaces and toilets.

While there, you can also visit the remains of Fort Bribie, used during WWII.

 

Before venturing on you 4WD Tracks Around Brisbane check that your tyres are geared up for the drive. Contact Mosley’s Automotive on 07 3208 8833 for new tyres in Logan.

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