Gateway 4WD Photos - Unofficial Page

Please note: This is an unofficial photo page for the Gateway 4WD group.

I have only gone on the 4WD trips as a passenger, as I don't have a 4WD myself. I went on trips from the start of the group in late 2005 through to early 2011. Since then, some of those in the group have not had as much spare time for trips and so the number of trips has dropped off to perhaps one or two per year.
AFAIK, the group stopped running trips around 2014.

As Gateway 4WD is not limited to a particular make or model of 4WD, there have been a variety of vehicles attending on past trips. These have included:

Photo Gallery

(all photos by John Cleverdon unless otherwise indicated)

Note: All photos can also be viewed directly on the Flickr website I have for the 4WD photos.

Photos from 2005 trips

Bunyip State Park; Coopers Creek - Bruntons Bridge

Photos from 2006 trips

O'Toole's Flat; Lerderderg State Park; Noojee - Powelltown - Gembrook; Little Desert National Park; Mount Disappointment

Photos from 2007 trips

Beachport; Cohuna; Cobaw; Woods Point - Big River; Jericho

Photos from 2008 trips

Beachport; Walhalla; Craigs Hut - Lake Cobbler; Moliagul - Pyrenees; Toolangi - Black Range

Photos from 2009 trips

Talbotville - Dargo region; Snow trip (Marysville - Rubicon); Grampians; O'Tooles Flat

Photos from 2010 trips

Bunyip State Park; Walhalla; Beachport; Sheepyard Flat; Walhalla - Matlock

Photos from 2011 trips

South Gippsland

Videos from trips

See the best of my video clips from 2008 to 2010

Mapping and other links

A large number of links for state & federal government as well as private map publishers; and some miscellaneous links.

I've also been on many 2WD holidays and daytrips in the past; some photos from these activities (plus more 4WD photos) can be found at Flickr.

Eating out
Stopping by a country bakery or cafe is always a good idea for morning tea/lunch when out 4WD'ing or on a (2WD) road-trip holiday. Likewise, a country pub is often a good place to get a dinner. Here are some of those good bakeries/cafes I've been to while on such trips:

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