4WD / Dirt Biking | Porepunkah Bridge Holiday Park
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4WD / Dirt Biking

The High Country offers something for everyone, whether you are a seasoned four-wheel driver or just a beginner, the experience is hard to beat. From rugged backcountry trails to old forestry tracks, there is a range of tracks to suit all levels of ability. Our National Parks and state forests are filled with tracks and roads for four wheel drive and dirt bike enthusiasts.

Have your own adventure , exploring Alpine back roads and forest tracks at your own pace and discover idyllic campgrounds, rivers and waterfalls, along the way.

SUGGESTED SHORT 4WD ROUTES close to Porepunkah & Bright

Beveridge Station / Buckland River

Venture out of Bright following the famous Buckland Valley and Buckland River, heading in a Southerly direction for 35kms and enjoying views of the scenic face of Mount Buffalo along the way. Rich in history encompassing both early days of gold discovery and early high country cattlemen grazing, it is a great place to visit to learn and reflect of days gone by. Named after the Beveridge brothers who had large parcels of land accessing the Alpine High Country. Many tracks venturing out to the national park are accessible from this end of the valley so make sure you take a map and check them out. Why don’t you make a day of it and go swimming and fishing, and take a picnic?

Mount Porepunkah Circuit

Starting in Bright, turn into Star Road and then Toorak Road and Mount Porepunkah Road via Quins Gap. Follow the signs to Mount Porepunkah where you will be rewarded with excellent views from the summit across Mount Buffalo and the Victorian Alps. Return via Mount Porepunkah Road (north), One Mile Creek Road and Great Alpine Road via Porepunkah.

Demon Ridge – Wandiligong Circuit

Start this scenic drive in Bright on Bakers Gully Road, continue on to Clear Spot Road and then to Demon Ridge Road, following the signs to Clearspot Lookout. Clearspot lookout offers great views into Morse’s Valley, Mount Buffalo and picturesque views of the Great Dividing Range. Complete with directional trig point to help you identify the ranges and a picnic table to stop and picnic at – Clearspot lookout – only 13 kilometres from Bright town centre is definitely worth the drive. Return via Clearspot Road, turning left onto Demon Ridge track and return to Bright via Wandiligong Road. Loop is approximately 36 kms and will take between and hour and an hour and a half. Track is easy 4WD or rough 2WD and not suitable for wet weather conditions.

Mount Murray Loop Drive - Alpine National Park

Mount Murray (1634 m high) in the Alpine National Park south of Bright, can be reached in non-winter periods and overlooks the remote Selwyn Creek and the Blue Rag Range. The lookout may be reached by driving down the Buckland Valley, following the Buckland River Road past Beveridges station. Take the next left onto Mount Murray North Track and follow that until you come to the Twin Jeeps track, turn left until you come to the Mount Murray Track South, which will take you to the lookout. Drive back along the Twins Road to Mt St Bernard on the Great Alpine Road and back to Bright along that.

A great 4wd loop in some of Victoria’s most scenic country. Map recommended.

Stony Tops Track - Mount Feathertop

A very pleasant and enjoyable 4WD discovery tour turning off the Great Alpine Rd at Germantown, the next left after the Mount Beauty turn off. Follow Dungey Track and Stony Top track up into the snow gums with great vantage views of the North East face of the famous Mount Feathertop. Great place for a cup of coffee, tea, or picnic before you follow the same track back down. If you feel adventurous you can trek the 1.5hrs up to the Summit from this point. (It’s not to be attempted unless you are fit, and well equipped. Possibly allow 2hrs each way for the walk). Track may have snow cover during winter.

Blue Rag Range -for the more experienced

This drive is probably the most spectacular track in the high country. It is a must for all four wheel drive travellers to the area however give the track the respect it deserves.Drive along the Great Alpine Road and turn onto the Dargo High Plains Road, Blue Rag Range will be a track off to the right, as you are heading towards Dargo. It is very remote and over 1600 metres above sea level. Please do not go past Trig Point. There is only one way in and out. Be aware that snow may fall without warning at any time during the year, and Dargo High Plains Road is closed during the snow season. It has a few really steep rocky sections particularly just prior to the highest peak and the track drops off steep on both sides. Recommend at least two vehicles and experienced drivers.

Stanley State Forest

Specifically for Trail Bike Riders – Located less than 5 kms from the Yackandandah township.  From Yackandandah drive along the BElls Flat Road for approx. 3km onto Service Basin Road then follow this road onto No1 Link Road.  1.7km further on will bring you to the Stanley Trail Bike Visitor Area.

See map: https://www.ffm.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0028/26776/FS0096-Trail-bike-riding-Stanley-State-Forest.pdf

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