The Northern Territory is full of wild, amazing places and if you have a 4WD, you’ll be able to access so much more of the beautiful area. In this post, we take a look at the 4WD tracks in the Northern Territory that we’ve done, along with track difficulties, whether they’re worth doing, hints and tips and heaps more.
We’ll be adding a heap more to this when we go back, but for now, here’s a start:
Kakadu National Park is absolutely magic, but its incredibly busy in almost every place you go to. Koolpin Gorge though, is a breath of fresh air, and requires a permit and a 4WD adventure. We had a heap of fun visiting this, and would absolutely go back.
Reynolds River 4WD track
In Litchfield National Park lies a magic 4WD track with some pretty deep water crossings. We only managed to do the first part of it as the rest was closed when we visited, but it was a heap of fun, and was well worth doing.
I was absolutely devastated to hear that Lorella Springs has closed its doors to the public. It’s one of the most amazing properties in Australia, and there was basically free reign on endless 4WD tracks to camp and explore more water holes, gorges and stunning coastline than you could explore in weeks.
Hopefully it will open again!