Red Bluff Track
About the Track
Track Description

Found by accident, this track was quite heavily overgrown and exciting to explore. We did this in two modified 100s landcruisers and a mild touring terrican. We followed the Red Bluff Rd out of Bordertown and turned of at Emu Flat Rd towards the border. Once at the end of this track turn North onto Border Track, there is a No Thru Rd sign but was not valid. There are plenty of dry clay ruts (without rain) to test out the articulation and to get the cameras clicking. Next is a sand hill with a lot of different tracks weaving their way up, very soft, went down to 15psi. Red Bluff campground turn off East if you are after a camp or picnic and has a pit toilet. Back on Border Track next turn off West is Red Bluff Track and this is the bit we found by accident. Some sand hills, drifts and under body cleaning shrubs are all along this track. It follows the southern boundary of the Mt Shaugh Cons Park and finally comes out on Mt Shaugh Track (West for Pinnaroo/Bordertown Rd and East for back to Border Track).  

Track Logs
User ID Log Vehicle Date
13633 sandy track. one large sand dune with a great view of the area Toyota Hilux Jun 8, 2015
16281 didnt know we were on this track until we got home! more fun in damp dunes and deep muddy ruts Holden Rodeo Oct 2, 2011
20518 Toyota Landcruiser Sep 29, 2011
4937 Ford Maverick Jun 12, 2011
14545 Great track. Just make sure you tie everything down. Holden Jackaroo Apr 24, 2011
6888 Mitsubishi Pajero Jun 24, 2010
6888 Mitsubishi Pajero Jun 24, 2010
6888 Mitsubishi Pajero Jun 24, 2010