Have you always wanted to go off-road in your four-wheel drive vehicle, but don’t have the experience or confidence to undertake the trip?
Do you want to explore some of the Great Southern’s pristine beaches, local tracks and other hidden gems? Perhaps you already love off-roading, but you prefer to adventure in a group, drive in a convoy and enjoy going with like-minded people?
Off-Road Adventures can help – based in Albany, they undertake a wide range of “tag-a-long” tours, where you drive your own four wheel drive vehicle and join the group as they explore the Great Southern and other regions.
They offer adventures from short, half-day tours at local beaches and bush tracks, through to weekend camps and week-long outback adventures.
A good mobility and a reasonable level of fitness are required for all tours. Contact them if you have specific disability or accessibility needs – they care!
Service TypesAdventure and Outdoors Tours Nature and wildlife
ActivitiesBirdwatching Scenic Drives
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
AccreditationECO Certified (Nature Tourism) by Ecotourism Australia
A half-day “tag-along” tour on a beach or a bush track in the Albany region. A great chance to experience a four wheel drive adventure even if you are a novice!
Tour runs from 8am to 1pm.
Disabled AccessCarpark Family Friendly
The Bremer Bay to Fitzgerald River National Park tour is for the beach camping and fishing fanatic. You will visit some remote beaches and drive through a botanical wonderland renowned for its rugged and spectacular scenery.
This trip is all about having fun, learning four-wheel drive (4WD) skills and safety in numbers. The no-rush schedule will provide a balance of driving and exploring with time to stop for fishing, taking in the stunning views, relaxing and enjoying the experience!
The trip is ideal for the average 4WD person who prefers going in a convoy where help and guidance are always available. As you will be in remote areas, there will be limited mobile phone reception. You will be covering large sections of sealed roads across one of the largest and most botanically significant national parks in Australia.
This is a self-catered 4WD tag-along self-drive tour. Good mobility and a reasonable level of fitness are required. Please contact them with your specific disability or accessibility needs.
Disabled AccessFamily Friendly