If you prefer the power of 50 horses over just one, then BunGeo’s off-road adventures are more your speed.


Feel the freedom of driving along one of our many 4WD accessible beaches, including Belvidere, Peppermint Beach, Binningup, Myalup and more – the oceans by your side and the wind is in your hair.

Capel Region
Enter Peppermint Grove Beach’s northern access point (the northern most car park along Peppermint Grove Tce) and travel further north. The Capel River mouth is located about 500m up the beach but usually the mouth is closed and isn’t flowing through to the ocean so the beach clear all the way to the North. This beach can range in difficulty depending on the conditions from easy firm sand through to difficult.

Access is also available at Minninup Beach (Stratham) and south of Dalyellup.

Fishing on Binningup Beach

Southern Shores Track: White Hills to Belvidere
Travelling from Perth, you can enter at White Hills Beach (south of Mandurah), and drive through to Preston Beach, and then down to Myalup, Binningup, Buffalo Beach and finishing at Belvidere. Fish and swim along the way! Please note: the full stretch is not always accessible. However, you can return to the beach further along. The beach driving conditions also changes a considerably depending on the seasons and weather.

When 4WD on our beautiful beaches, please:

  1. Observe speed limits
  2. Stay clear of other beach users
  3. Stay out of sand dunes and restoration areas.
Lennard Tracks with 4wheelinginWA.com


Take up the challenge and witness the brilliant forest tracks, surrounded by towering Jarrah trees from your 4WD.

Lennard Track, Sailors Gully and The Jump Ups are part of a 4WD circuit located within the Wellington National Park.  The Lennard Track is a stunning 4WD trail that meanders along the river through the Collie River Valley with access to the Collie River in a few places. Loads of fun, with hilly steep climbs, in particular, the last section of the track. Please note: these tracks are day use only and are closed seasonally to avoid erosion problems in the winter.

There are plenty of tracks which will test the more experienced 4 wheel drivers and the terrain constantly changes.  Ed Note: Many of these track are not approved by DPAW.

An action-packed track near Brunswick Junction with plenty of tricky sections which will require skilled driving, clever wheel placement, track building and grit. It has three river/creek crossings, two massive hills (including the famous Bob’s Hill) and plenty of difficult short but very steep hill climbs. Ed note: highly recommend bringing winching equipment and avoiding in the winter months. The adventure starts at the corner of Camford and Mornington roads or Flynn Road, off Beela Road.

In 2018, the WA 4WD Association launched The Track – a 900km 4WD track from Mundaring to Albany through forest and private farmland. Take the road less travelled and uncover beautiful BunGeo as the track winds its way through Boyup Brook, the Collie River Valley and the Harvey region. Check out their website for details and way-points.

For local knowledge and events, contact the South West 4WD Club. For equipment and service try Bunbury 4×4. Always be prepared with winching gear, back-up vehicle, first aid kit and a GPS.