The Coffs hinterland is scattered with great off-road high energy tracks that will test any driver or truck. From Bonville in the south through to Woolgoolga in the north-the list is endless on where these designated sign posted roads are. The best way to find these extreme tracks is to head into a local dedicated 4wd shop to seek advice or contact the local 4x4 club. Keep in mind when tackling these monster tracks that you should carry the proper 4wd recovery gear, have proper recover hooks on your vehicle and explore the area in safety with at least one other vehicle. With track names like Broken, Dump, Widow maker, Impossibles, Commando, Rocky or Perseverance-one can only guess where the name came from. If in doubt seek some local advice or assess the track before driving. If winching is required please use a tree trunk protector as we want to preserve the wonderful areas that line these tracks. Most of all drive to your ability and stay on designated roads.
Track damage can occur from 4wds , bikes through to our extreme weather conditions so by taking care, using the right recovery gear, driving to the conditions and to your ability will not only give you a sense of achievement on these hard tracks but will also preserve them for others to enjoy. By having the correct map for the area you are in when tackling these challenging drives will make sure you get through safely. Coffs Harbour ARB have a comprehensive range of maps and advice for all 4wding on the Coffs Coast. They not only will provide you with the right map but also pass on any other local knowledge you might need for your adventure on the Coffs Coast.