4WD Qld Events

4WD Qld Corroboree

The Corroboree is an annual event held for all members and member’s family and guests from 4WD clubs associated with 4WD Qld. It is held as a camping weekend and is a fun weekend with 4WD trips, entertainment, fun and games , competitions and  of course a formal meeting of delegates from each club attending. It is organised and run by a different club each year. The 2019 event is the 39th annual Corroboree and is proudly hosted by The The Queensland 4×4 Club in association with 4WD Qld.

4wd Qld Fraser Island Cleanup

This is an annual event organised by 4WD Qld to clean up Fraser Island. In previous years, the event has attracted around 400 volunteers, spanning 230+ vehicle and 20+ 4WD drive clubs across the state, who volunteered their time to clean up rubbish and debris that had either been washed onshore or carelessly left behind by visitors to the island.

The idea to hold such a large scale clean up, on arguably Australia’s most iconic tourist island, was conceived by two mates sitting around a camp fire sharing their 4wding experiences and love of the outdoors. One of the people present that was night was Jeff Chase. Since then Jeff and his wife Nola have become the driving force behind this annual event in collaboration 4WD Qld and the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services.

4WD Qld first ran the event  in 2001, and it has been held every year since. It has grown to be a total family event, teaching the children about the environment and how to enjoy without destroying it.
In 2007 the event won an EPA Award for the collaboration & partnership with QPWS.

Over the years the event has diversified from just the collection of rubbish along the beach to now include weed control activities and Natural Heritage & Dingo Alertness education by QPWS Rangers.

Participating club members are lucky enough to receive discounted barge and camping fees for the event, in exchange for some time cleaning up this wonderful part of Australia.

4wd Parks

Manar Park

Directions: 3hrs 30min (282kms) from Bundaberg

Manar Park Map

Manar Park is situated on the border of the South Burnett and North Burnett Regions in SE Queensland. It is a 15,000 working cattle station but is also Queensland’s Biggest 4WD & Motorbike Adventure Park!  The park has a variety of tracks and accommodation alternatives for all types of campers with an emphasis on everyone having a fun safe time.

Over 200kms of Enduro Bike Loops and 230kms of graded 4WD tracks wind their way through open bush land, trees, dry creek beds, towering hills and rocky outcrops all bordered by the Boyne river running along the entire eastern side of the property.

At Manar Park the facilities are always clean, the staff are always courteous, friendly and helpful and they go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable, comfortable and exciting.

The Rum City Offroaders were asked to update the map of the park in 2014. Although it doesn’t look much different to the old map, it is much more accurate. All the tracks were logged with a GPS over the course of a few weekends, then the map was created from this.  An electronic version of the map is available from us that can be loaded onto a GPS to give live tracking on the map as you drive around the park. Contact us for details.

Dallistonvale 4×4 Park

Directions: 2hrs 40min (232kms) from Bundaberg

Dallistonvale 4×4 Park Map

Situated 60kms south of Rockhampton, 3kms south of Raglan Tavern. Turn left down Fire Creek Road off the Bruce Highway, just 2kms to the main entrance. Contact them via Facebook prior to visiting or phone 0412861426.

Dallistonvale is not a huge 4wd park, but there sure is plenty of tracks packed in to keep you happy 4wding for the weekend. They have plenty of room for camping, plenty of fire wood and clean chemical toilets. The guys who run the place are mad keen 4wders themselves and are always keen for a chat and drive.

The Rum City Offroaders created a map of the park in 2015. All the tracks were logged with a GPS over the course of a weekend and a map was created from this.  An electronic version of the map is available from us that can be loaded onto a GPS to give live tracking on the map as you drive around the park. Contact us for details.

Scenic Rim Adventure Park

Directions: 5hrs 20min (464kms) from Bundaberg

Scenic Rim Park Map

Scenic Rim Adventure Park is a 680 acre property located in the picturesque Scenic Rim region just over an hour’s drive from Brisbane and the Gold Coast. The Park offers guests the opportunity to enjoy the natural landscape with over 28 kilometres of tracks and walking trails to explore.  The property is 3.5 to 4km front to back of hilly terrain.  Tracks are suitable for all types of 4WD vehicles, mountain bikes or bush walking.

Outdoor recreational activities are varied on site with the main focus being four wheel driving. Tracks range from stock standard through to extreme modified 4WD vehicles to test the driver’s ability and their vehicles capabilities.

The park has fourteen individual camping areas located throughout the entire property some appropriate for large groups and others more secluded and intimate. There are hot showers, compost or chemical toilets throughout the park.

Scattered around the park you will also find children play areas,mountain bike tracks, remote control tracks, spider walls, a maze, bush walking trails and a variety of wildlife

They are open seven days a week all year round, but you do need to pre-arrange your visit as there are limitations on vehicle numbers.

Landcruiser Mountain Park

Directions: 3hrs 50min (271kms) from Bundaberg

Landcruiser Mountain Park Map

Land Cruiser Mountain Park is a 10,000 acre Wilderness Camping and 4wd Park less than 2 hours from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. It’s the perfect place to learn new off road driving skills and have fun with the family at the same time with over 200km of tracks.

You can enjoy unrestricted camping but there is also the comfort of amenities in the 4 main camping areas of Cowah Falls, Trakka Terrace, The Gums and Fig Tree.  Campfires are allowed and the Park is Dog Friendly.

The property has a number of natural attractions including the head waters of the Brisbane River, creeks and waterfalls.
There is abundant wildlife along with freshwater fishing, swimming, bush walking, mountain climbing, bird watching and picturesque scenery.

There are 200 kilometers of specially designed 4WD tracks, varying in standard to suit both the beginner and experienced 4wder. Test your driving skills and get to know your vehicle while negotiating hills and gullies, washouts and creek crossings.

The Springs 4×4 Park

Directions: 5hrs 50min (508kms) from Bundaberg

The Springs 4×4 Park Map

The Springs Camping and Adventure Park is situated just south of Warwick on the New England Highway in the Granite Belt region of South East Queensland.   The Granite Belt is a premium food and wine destination surrounded by stunning national parks and prehistoric granite formations.

The tracks wind over 700 acres of beautiful and varying terrain, ranging from Easy to the Extreme to cater for all vehicle types and class of driver.

The Springs offers differing standards of tracks for 4X4 enthusiasts. This ranges from simple touring to extreme hill climbs and rock tracks. Your choice is dependent on your level of experience and confidence. There is also the Ironman Test Track for you to have some fun and test your skills!

EkO Park

Directions: 1hr (77kms) from Bundaberg

Eko Park Map

EkO Park is a small cattle property with a well prepared area set aside for camping alongside a lagoon. Fire pits, a serviced unisex toilet, drinking water, gas BBQ’s are provided. There is approx 5 kilometers of 4wd tracks all well away and fenced off from the cattle.
Their aim is to keep the park small, quiet and affordable with the option for people to “book out” the entire park for group use. The park can also be used for 4wd driver training by accredited trainers.

There are approximately 5 Kilometers of 4wd tracks varying in difficulty, none are considered extreme and will not be a significant challenge to any driver with some 4wd experience although some after rain some will become slippery and more difficult.

EkO Park is located at Goodnight Queensland, approx 20 minutes from Gin Gin and approx 20 minutes from Childers on a sealed and an all weather access road. Bookings are essential and sites, large and well-spaced, are limited to approximately 10 sites at this stage.

Janowen Hills 4wd Park 

Directions: 5hrs 50min (493kms) from Bundaberg

Janowen Hills 4wd Park is situated in the beautiful Goomburra Valley, approximately 2 hours west from Brisbane through Cunningham’s Gap and about an hours drive south of Toowoomba, nestled in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, and just a short drive to the Main Range National Park, Goomburra Section. The property is approximately 1000 acres, mostly comprising of hilly terrain and rocky gullies, with a well grassed area for camping grounds, beside a flowing creek. There are septic toilets, hot showers, rubbish bins, picnic tables and potable water on tap for clientele use. The new camp ground has a large shed with more toilets and showers and a open entertainment area for club or group functions.

They have approximately eighty, 4wd tracks, rated easy, medium, difficult and extreme.

Clarkeys Petrol Head Paradise

Directions: 1hr 10min (90kms) from Bundaberg

Clarkeys is a place with so much to offer anyone that’s into 4×4’s, Dirtbikes & Camping. It’s a huge property with loads of tracks and trails plenty of hill climbs and creek gully tracks a man-made comp course and lots of jumps and berms all round the place as well as wide open space for the beginners. There is also a dam for swimming on those hot days and all of this is offered to anyone who wants to come out for only a donation at the gate. This helps Clarkey with the up-keep of this beautiful property that he gives so freely. No Glass, No Dogs and No Hooning.

National Parks & State Forests

Blackdown Tableland National Park – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/blackdown-tableland

Burrum Coast National Park (Kinkuna) – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/burrum-coast

Bulburin National Park (Granite Creek) – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/bulburin

Byfield National Park & State Forest – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/byfield

Cania Gorge National Park – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/cania-gorge

Coominglah State Forest – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/coominglah

Cordalba State Forest – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/cordalba

Deepwater National Park – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/deepwater

Double Island Point – http://www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/cooloola/

Eurimbula National Park – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/eurimbula

Fraser Island, Great Sandy National Park – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/fraser

Goodnight Scrub National Park – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/good-night-scrub

Imbil – http://www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/imbil/

Inskip Point – http://www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/inskip-peninsula

Kalpowar State Forest – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/kalpowar

Kroombit Tops National Park – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/kroombit-tops

Wongi State Forest – www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/wongi


Awonga Dam

Elanda Point

Gladstone Local Tracks


Hervey Bay


Kilkivan Bush Camp

Mingo Crossing

Mt Perry

Norval Park

Pine Creek

Rainbow Beach



Please let us know of any other good 4wd and/or camping destinations and we will add it to the list.