Deua National Park is about 12 minutes from the township of Moruya and it has tracks to explore. There are good four-wheel driving opportunities throughout the park, taking you to areas such as Bendethera camping area, Bendethera cave, Dampier Trig and Big Badja Hill. Take the Merricumbene and Dampier fire trails to access these areas. Some fire trails have been locked at the private property boundaries and you\'ll need the permission of the landholder before you enter.
This trip in the Deua NP at the intersection of Western Boundary & little Sugarloaf Roads to Bendethera. Return is via The exiting Merricumbene fire trail to Dry Creek, then the Araluen Rd to Moruya.
|47488||classic low range fun||Toyota Landcruiser||Feb 21, 2015|
|17302||I drove this in dry dusty conditions. All easy except one extremely dusty hill along Merricumbene Fire Trail.||Toyota Prado||Oct 29, 2013|
|11304||Suzuki Sierra||Dec 18, 2011|
|4909||there are many different tracks in deua NP with varying difficulty from easy to very hard. most of it depends on the wether conditions so plan accordingly. should definitely be on "must visit 4wd places" in nsw and the camping in the valley is among the best.||Toyota Landcruiser||Dec 31, 2010|
|11004||Very easy trail as vegetoast said you just play with the low high stick||Mitsubishi Pajero||Aug 9, 2009|
|3985||Toyota Hilux||Apr 7, 2009|
|3466||Nissan Patrol||Feb 16, 2007|
|12401||Hi, Low, Hi, Low. Nothing hard||Toyota Landcruiser||Jan 1, 2006|
|2524||one long solid 4x4ing trip with big long hills and one great mud pit in bendethera valley||Toyota Hilux|