Top 5 Victorian High Country 4WD Tracks

May 7, 2024

There’s no doubt Victoria is the place to be when it comes to four-wheel driving adventures. We’re spoiled by the magnificent Victorian High Country which is full of history, challenging tracks and some of the best views in the country. If you’re visiting the state, or a Victorian looking for a new adventure, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite must-visit 4WD tracks.

We should preface that as the Victorian High Country is an alpine region, some of these 4WD tracks have seasonal road closure over winter. 

Blue Rag Range Track

Starting point: Dargo

End point: Hotham Heights

Distance: 113km

Time to complete: One day

The Blue Rag Range Track is a beautiful scenic drive with rocky and rugged terrain. (Make sure you have high clearance for this one!) If you want to make stops along the way, there’s the Treasury-Mt Ewan Huts and Gows Hotel which are worth checking out. As you reach the finish line of this track, you’ll find some of the most incredible views in the Victorian High Country.

Billy Goat Bluff

Starting point: Licola

End point: Dargo

Distance: 132km

Time to complete: Two days (but can be done in one)

If you’re looking for a challenge, look no further than Billy Goat Bluff. It offers some of the most exposed and dramatic tracks in the High Country as well as river crossings. Lake Tali Karng can be found on this track which is a beautiful hiking spot.

Wonnangatta (Zeka Spur)

Starting point: Dargo

End point: Licola

Distance: 193km

Time to complete: Two days 

As one of the longer tracks in the High Country, Wonnangatta requires a stop over at one of the campsites along the way. The drive offers a mix of high clearance and low range sections. The best part is the Zeka Spur Track which spreads 22km.

Ingeegoodbee Track

Starting point: Suggan Buggan

End point: Benambra

Distance: 110km

Time to complete: One day 

If you’re really looking to test yourself, then you must visit the Ingeegoodbee Track. You should have some experience under your belt if you’re to tackle this one. Make sure you have your recovery gear ready.

Mount Pinnibar

Starting point: Corryong

End point: Benambra

Distance: 163km

Time to complete: One day 

This is a day trip to remember with beautiful lookouts and fun climbs. Along the way, you’ll come across the Grays Track Recreation Site and the challenging Pinnibar Track.

We hope you find this guide useful and enjoy your journey through the High Country. Before you embark on your trip, make sure your vehicle is equipped with the right gear. You can maximise your space and make it easy to find the important things you need such as recovery tracks, with the installation of a roof rack by Tradesman. Contact us to get a quote for your vehicle.


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