In Western Australia we have the Bibbulmun Track for Bushwalkers. (Foot Power)
Wikipedia: The Bibbulmun Track is a long distance walk trail in Western Australia. It runs from Kalamunda, in the hills just east of Perth to Albany on the southern coast and is 1,003.1 kilometres long. The name comes from the Bibbulmun, or Noongar people, Indigenous Australians from the Perth area.
And the Munda Bidi Trail. (Pedal Power)
Wikipedia : The Munda Biddi Trail is an off-road cycling trail in Western Australia, running for over 1000 km from Mundaring to Albany – the longest track of its kind in the world.
And now we have the offroad 4WD Touring Track (Yet to be given a suitable name)
In October 2017 a couple of Mitsi Club drivers were lucky to be included in a subsequent round of putting different tracks to the test in the pre planning of a 4WD Touring Track from Mundaring to Albany .
This route, campsites, waypoints in a number of formats are available fromWestern Australian 4WD Association via your Club Delegate
Some of the towns, Boyup Brook or Collie for instance are points where 4WDers can join into or leave the Tourist Route. Restock and stick around for as long as desired or simply move on to find a free campsite further along the track.
The Shires encompassing the Track are embracing the concept and look to be able to showcase their Points of Interest and Camp Sites to be found in their vicinity.
The ultimate aim is to have a plotted and tested route for travellers Mundaring NE of Perth to Albany, Kalgoorlie and back to Perth… encompassing as much off bitumen as is suitable and seeing so much of WA… places that many would not normally consider an option with out pre routing available.
Flexible route and options for time of year and conditions prevailing.