4WD Treks of the High Country will lead readers through twenty-six of the best four-wheel drive touring destinations in both the Victorian and New South Wales alpine region.
Explore the very best off-road destinations in the Brisbane region with the newly updated 2nd Edition of 4WD Treks Close to Brisbane. Includes detailed track descriptions, things to do and see along with details on picnic and camping areas.
Boiling Billys bestselling 4WD Treks Close to Sydney is now in its 6th edition and in the new A4 format. With 85,000 plus copies sold in previous editions, this title continues to be the ultimate guide for 4WDers wishing to explore the surrounds of Sydney.
Includes 20 treks within a 2 hour of the city. Trek notes are accompanied by accurate full-colour maps, and snippets about local history and wildlife add colour and interest to the 4WD experience. Over 100 full-colour photos complement the text and provide a clear sense of the features on each trek.
This superbly organised reference is designed to fit in the glovebox of any 4WD vehicle. It explains the essentials for driving across difficult terrains and provides simple checklists to ensure the safety of both driver and passengers.
In this second edition of the bestselling 4WD Handbook, four-wheel drive expert and author Robert Pepper provides an in-depth explanation of how 4WDs work. He shares practical techniques for hill-driving, sand-driving, water crossings, as well as driving in mud, snow and sand.
Now you can travel the great Australian outback in complete confidence! Since its first publication in 1999, Travelling the Outback has become a must for any traveller venturing into our vast inland. Written from decades of first-hand experience by leading tour operator and outback guide Vic Widman...
Learn the finer points of driving from one of Australias finest driving instructors.
This book is a syllabus guiding the student, and supervising driver, through the many stages of learning to drive safely. Ray Griffiths will expertly guide you through a widely "misunderstood subject." With 42 easy to understand ......