The rugged coastline of the Southern Forests and Valleys, stretching from north of Pemberton to Walpole in the south, offers 4WDers plenty of opportunities to spin their wheels.

Pick from a number of gentle trails leading to remote sandy stretches, perfect for a swim or fish (especially when the salmon are running). Those looking for a challenge can take on the world’s largest mobile dune system at Yeagarup.

No matter the intensity level, 4WDing in this part of the world will reward you with access to scenic spots and off-the-beaten-path adventures. 

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    One of the most spectacular sites at D’Entrecasteaux is Black Point, a massive outcrop of hexagonal basalt columns formed 135 …

    Black Point 4WD Trail

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    Broke Inlet is a large, shallow estuary which is seasonally open to the Southern Ocean.

    Broke Inlet

    Broke Inlet, Broke WA
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    Coodamurrup Hut is situated in the D’Entrecasteaux National Park and is approximately 1 hour from Northcliffe or 2 hours from …

    Coodamurrup Hut 4WD Trail

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    DifficultyModerate
    TimeFull day
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    Enjoy magnificent views of the lake and nearby Yeagarup dunes from the boardwalk.

    Yeagarup

    Yeagerup Dunes, Yeagarup WA
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