Jarrahdale 4WDing

Real local 4WD tracks in Perth are hard to come by, and when we found out about some Jarrahdale 4WD tracks, it was a no brainer.

I’d been itching to take the 80 for a drive off road, and when a few hours presented themselves one Saturday afternoon I was off like a rocket. We met at Byford, and headed to a small track with some fun ruts, and then went onto Jarrahdale.

There are plenty of 4WD tracks in Jarrahdale just off Albany Hwy, just make sure you don’t go into any water catchment areas or private property. Enjoy the photos.

The start of the fun
The start of the fun
Lots of offset ruts
No way I’d try this in the Hilux
Stretching the springs
Coils doing their job
Front flex
Twin Harrop E lockers on
Loving the Landcruiser
Suspension working well
Crossed up
Ruts are lots of fun
80 Series off road
Even a wheel off the ground
Trying not to scratch the GU
Showing Jorge some real 4WD tracks
Lifting a wheel off
This thing loves to lift front wheels
GU time
Rear LSD working well
Front end not flexing
More air time
Jarrahdale rocks
Big rock formations
A big rock at Jarrahdale
The out numbered Toyota

If you are looking for Perth 4WD tracks, there’s plenty around. Just stick to where you are allowed, and leave no trace. 

The last thing we want is for more gates to go in, and more restrictions to be put in place.

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  1. Hey Gregor,

    That was our old 80 series, which was running a heavy duty Old Man Emu suspension upgrade, with a minor lift. Nothing fancy, but it worked very well. It was twin locked though.

    All the best

  2. Gregor Mcewen says:

    Has that 80 series got a lift or some suspension upgrade?

  3. Hi Jennie,

    I don’t think there are any laws forbidding you from 4WDing in WA, but we’ve been asked to stay home unless its essential, or exercise related. No matter how you look at it, 4WDing isn’t essential.

    If people use their common sense then the rules will stay relaxed. If not, they will make it illegal.

    All the best

  4. Hi Aaron, I also didn’t think we can go 4wd but any ideas how we can find out please.
    would love to get out in the bush again.

  5. Hi Thomas,

    You are welcome mate, although I’m pretty sure you should be staying at home unless its essential or for exercise

    All the best

  6. Thomas Blackwell says:

    I’m from WA I live in the Peel region and because of the Coronavirus we can’t leave our region but we can still 4×4 in our region so this website has helped me to find some awesome tracks!

  7. Greeting The World says:

    Thanks for that, mate. I will have a look at it!

  8. Hey mate,

    There are some off Nettleton road – the first photos that you see on the above post. This is only a tiny track; about 100 meters long. The other tracks can be found if you head out Jarrahdale road, and turn left onto Albany hwy. They are on the eastern side not too far along. You will see the start of the tracks – sandy roads basically.

  9. greetingtheworld says:

    Hi guys, would you be able to point me to the right direction as in where the tracks started? Albany Hwy is a pretty long road! I was hopping to head down there this weekend.