Entrance to Sleaford-Wanna 4WD Track

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4.5 from 2 users


Located in the Lincoln National Park, the Sleaford-Wanna track offers some of the best sand dune driving experiences on the Eyre Peninsula. Follow the red marker posts and be rewarded with scenery of massive wind-sculpted sand dunes, pounding surf and rugged limestone cliffs along the Southern Ocean. Some parts rocky, some parts sand dunes. Dogs are not permitted in this park.

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Lat: -34.883396 Lng: 135.865406

User Reviews


Wandering Glampers

Nice track for a day trip. The first set of dunes are great fun to play around in. Rest of the track is rocky and slow going with a small section of dunes in the middle. Some nice views along the way. Took about 2.5hrs taking it easy. Ig. @wanderingglampers



Excellent 4wd track. Any standard 4wd will be fine, however the bushes get a bit tight in a few spots. We're in a 200 series land cruiser and scratched a few times lightly, but it is a wide car. Sensational views, beautiful coastline and dunes. Nothing too hard and I think the track would be ok for beginners, especially if you've been sand driving before. We went to 15psi in the tires which was perfect for the dunes, maybe a little soft for the rocky sections. Definitely worth it.



Loved it! A great views. We went here after visiting Memory cove. When you get to the car park it says 4wd only(reduce your pressures), if you proceed you will enter into a sand dune system and there are lots of different tracks we basically just guessed and kept driving ahead and over and then you will to the coastal lookout. We chose to keep driving and followed the tracks all the way to sleaford. There are red poles to assist you, we just basically guessed and used and offline map. Took about 3 hours. Great fun!!


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