The Lennard 4WD track has been on my list of places to visit for some time, and I’m glad we took the time to do it. The track itself is quite easy, except for a couple of parts that were steep, rutted and slippery. It follows the river with some of the most amazing places to stop you can imagine.
We also called in at Black Diamond Lake afterwards, and did a few little 4WD tracks around the lake. We checked out another fun 4WD track on the way out, closer to Brunswick Junction, and then called it a day.
The Lennard track starts just passed the DPAW Honeymoon Pool Camp site, and is behind a gate. If its open, you are good to go. If its closed, please find somewhere else to explore!
At the start of the Lennard 4WD Track
One of the first places you can stop; what a view!
Such an amazing place
A photo taken with the GoPro half under water
Two 80 series Land Cruiser and a GU Patrol
Stretching the Patrol’s springs
One of the little climbs
Plenty of places to explore
The big 80 making it look easy
It was a shame to leave this place!
A great spot to stop for lunch
Great flex in the big 80
My 80 having a bit of fun
Slipping and scrabbling for traction
Lots of dust around in the more difficult sections
Making more dust
A gnarly track on the way home
What a beast
Black Diamond Lake, near Collie
Enjoying the lake
There’s a few 4WD sections around the lake
The Eaton Harrop ELockers really came into their own here