Mt Barney Retreat offers 4WD tracks for the capable driver.
The tracks have not been designed for four wheel driving but as access tracks for use in the management of bush fires. We are not a 4WD park but we do have tracks that allow the beginner, who is perhaps planning a future adventure to gain some confidence and experience. The tracks are also challenging enough to offer the more experienced drivers a chance to refine their skills.
Though not independently assessed the tracks are graded from an easy to challenging. The terrain surrounding Mt Barney Retreat is not easily accessible - especially after rain.
Mt Barney Retreat is fortunate to be surrounded by national park, and adjacent to some of the most spectacular walks in a pristine World Heritage wilderness area.
Located 750m above sea level, this gives guests unrivaled and fast access to the Focal Peak caldera, the remnants of an ancient range of volcanoes, and to the Gondwana Rainforest.
Mt Barney Retreat's expert guide, Jarrah Keenan, has decades of experience of exploring the forests of the East Coast of Australia. He's a natural guide and leader in Australian forest, as well as an accomplished naturalist, a passionate bushwalker and instructs outdoor education camps all over Australia.