322 Mills Road East, Martin WA 6110 pr@wa4wda.com.au 0418 904 844

Make Tracks WA

At Make Tracks ARB we sell a comprehensive range of 4WD accessories.

We also have the facilities to fit these products to your vehicle. So come and see us for great deal on your next purchase…

We aim for our products and services to give you the confidence to return to us time and time again – making us your preferred supplier.

We look forward to your patronage and welcome you to the Make Tracks ARB 4X4 experience.

  • Bull bars
  • Suspension
  • Long Range Fuel Tanks
  • Canopies
  • Roof Racks
  • Snorkels
  • Dual Battery Systems
  • UHF Radios & Antennas
  • Modular Drawer Systems
  • Air Compressors
  • Winches
  • Recovery Equipment
  • Towbars
  • Fridge/Freezers
  • Awnings

Business Hours :

Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm
Sat 9am – 12pm

44 Elgee Rd Midland WA 6056
08 9374 0777

WA Road Stopping Places

For when you’re looking for coordinates of a resting place, throughout Western Australia, and other methods aren’t available (published books, apps, etc) you may download this Excel workbook which contains a comprehensive list of locations, sorted by region and shire.

The coordinates are as accurate as can be, the list was created by Main Roads WA.

Myrtle rust

Myrtle rust is a nasty plant pathogen that we do not have and do not want in WA.
It arrived in Australia in 2010 and since then has spread to all other States and Territories except SA and WA. If Myrtle rust has snuck into WA, spring is the perfect time for it to show up with its ‘high-viz’ spores!

Read more on the following websites, feel free to distribute the attached PDF.

Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment.

Invasive Species Council

Position Vacant

The position for Treasurer of the WA 4WD Association is vacant and we are looking to fill the role quickly, if you are keen to join us or know someone who might, please pass this around and contact the Association’s Secretary by email.

An example of the Treasurer’s duties are

  • Ensuring that any amounts payable to the Association are collected and issuing receipts for those amounts in the Association’s name.
  • Ensuring that the Association complies with the relevant requirements of Part 5 of the Act
  • Ensuring the safe custody of the Association’s financial records, financial statements and financial reports, as applicable to the Association

Israelite Telegraph station

By Vicky, our Association Committee Secretary 🙂

We were on our way back from Israelite Telegraph Stn. It was Wednesday the 17th of April. The day started out fine, we all packed our swimmers to head for the beach, by the time we headed back the storms were in…

We were in a Mitsubishi Pajero and the car in front of us was driven by Robert and Robin, they were driving a Toyota.

New Website coming soon, stay tuned.

New Website coming soon, stay tuned.

A word from the Chair

Hi all,

I am Elizabeth Harding and I am the new Chair for the WA 4WD Association. I have been involved in 4WD driving and camping with my husband Trevor and my family for over 15 years with the Armadale 4WD Club.

I am very humbled that I have been able to accept this position in the WA 4WD Association. I aim to support all the clubs in the Association through the work of the committee and by ensuring WA is involved with the Australian National Four Wheel Drive Council (ANFWDC) in a responsible and accountable manner. I am open to collaboration with all stakeholders and hope to establish links with similar bodies to the benefit of all our members.

The WA 4WD Associations first objective is to represent and safeguard the interests of the member clubs and this will be in the forefront of all the decisions made during my term of office. I have a passion for safety and I would like to see the Association be a voice to all 4WDrivers and campers about how to travel safely and remain safe when out in our beautiful country.

Wanneroo 4×4 Wreckers

Wanneroo 4×4 Wreckers supports the WA4WDA and is offering a 10 percent discount to all affiliated club members. Just tell them which club you are a member of.


The South West Australia Way – sneak peak before the 2019 4WD Show.

The #Trak Part 5 – Mingenew to Mundaring

The #MingAring Trak commences in Mingenew and ends in Mundaring.

The Trak has been set out over 600kms so that you are able to enjoy a drive through the farms and bush of the  Wheatbelt and into Mundaring.   We recommend a minimum of 4 days to travel the track…more if you wish to avail yourself of the many experiences along the way.  You will pass through areas with many towns and we are sure you will wish to take the time to enjoy what they have to offer.

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