4WD Park

Thrilling fun

Gordon Country has a wide range of tracks from scenic lookout loops along the Great Dividing Range to our practice playpen. The tracks can cater for all levels of experience but are predominantly geared for family friendly experiences.

Our playpen is the perfect place to test your vehicle and skills before you head out and explore the 4000 acres of pristine bushland and lookouts via this unique experience.

Our 4WD tracks provide a thrilling, challenging and unique way to experience the best scenery that SE Queensland has to offer. From extreme downhill sections to family friendly loops, 4WD drivers of all experience will find fun at Gordon Country.

When booking, select a 4WD pass to enjoy unrestricted access to the whole of the property and the outstanding views over the Great Dividing Range. and the Main Range National Park.

Your pass will allow you to access all our 4WD camping sites and tracks to get the most out of your stay.

The Play Pen is an old quarry that provides the perfect area to test your vehicle and skills before heading off on the more challenging tracks.

Our ‘A Tracks’ feature scenic circuits along the Northern side of the property and feature pristine rainforest and amazing lookouts to the Main Range National Park and Black Duck Creek. Our ‘B Tracks’ will take you along the Southern side of the property with lookouts over Maryvale and Tregony Valleys with some challenging downhill descents.

Upon arrival you will receive a detailed 4 wheel drive map which will allow you to navigate these variety of tracks. Taking care of yourself and your environment will ensure your exploration by 4WD into some of Queensland’s most remote and beautiful natural places is safe and enjoyable.

Here are some of our top tips for a great 4WDING experience:

Ensure you are proficient in 4WDing—try driving with an experienced four-wheel driver if you’re a novice. This is called a ‘buddy system.’

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Pack good recovery gear.

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Check manufacturer’s tyre pressure recommendations for different terrain.

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There is no night time driving allowed nor in wet conditions at Gordon Country.

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Watch out for, and give way to, walkers, cyclists and horseriders.

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Due to limited mobile reception, ensure you have a two-way/UHF radio to make contact with Gordon Country staff or other 4wders. Gordon Country operates on Channel 26.

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Always let someone know where you are going and when you expect to return.

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Check that your vehicle is in good working order.

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Watch out for, and give way to, walkers, cyclists and horseriders.

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Gordon Country visitors’ vehicles are required to be fully road registered.

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Don’t take risks – If it’s flooded, forget it— creeks can rise suddenly, roadsides can be boggy, wildfires move fast and trees can fall unexpectedly during high winds.

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