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4WDing Australia

Sarah, Ollie and Aaron

This blog is run by Aaron and Sarah Schubert. We've been avid 4WD owners and campers for many years, and love nothing more than heading away to explore this amazing country. We drive an Isuzu Dmax, tow a Camper trailer and have a  17 month old boy named Oliver.

We live in Perth and have travelled a fair chunk of Western Australia by 4WD. We have future plans to do the full lap.

This website was created to share our experiences and help, inspire and guide others to get out and to travel Australia by 4WD. We are constantly learning, and love nothing more than passing on genuine, high quality and relevant information to our audience. You'll find trip reports, destination reviews, 4WD tips and technical information, product reviews, information on camping and a whole lot more.

We run this site in our own time, and would appreciate if you could support us. The biggest help is simply sharing our posts on Facebook, Twitter, forums, email or word of mouth. We really appreciate it.

We also work with a variety of quality companies. If you want to work with us, we offer a range of services.

Feel free to contact us

See you out there!

57 comments… add one
  • Aaron January 2, 2013, 5:04 PM

    G’day Shaun,

    As far as I know there are no waterfalls or rock pools in between burns beach and two rocks. I’m pretty sure that you can’t ride unlicensed bikes on the beach anywhere in between Perth and Jurien Bay. It would pay to check with the shires though. Lancelin Sand Dunes, Thomas Road offroad area and a couple of other places are the only ones near Perth that you can ride at.

    Aaron

  • Peter August 22, 2016, 9:52 PM

    Wow, first post here in 4 years. I’m surprised as you have a great site. It’s in my favourites now. Thanks.

  • Aaron at 4WDing Australia August 22, 2016, 11:32 PM

    Great to hear. Thanks Peter

  • Michael Taylor April 18, 2017, 7:22 PM

    Brilliant website mate

  • Aaron at 4WDing Australia April 25, 2017, 8:53 PM

    Thanks mate. Much appreciated.

  • John April 13, 2018, 7:38 PM

    Great website Aaron. Just bought my first Prado, and although grew up with farms etc I’m keen to do a bit of 4wd practice before taking the family onto the sand to learn my vehicles limitations. Is there any 4wd practice areas around Perth you know of?

  • Aaron Schubert April 14, 2018, 7:40 PM

    Thanks John,

    Gnangara pines might be a good place to give it a try. Other than that, head up to Wilbinga. As long as you let your tyres down properly, you won’t have any issues, but its a good idea to start out and practice to build up some confidence!

    Have fun
    Aaron

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