16 Best Tag-Along 4WD Off Road Tour Companies in Australia

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Today we’re going to showcase 16 highly recommended tag-along tour companies in Australia.

While we offer tours ourselves at Rough As Guts, we’re a boutique operation with limited tours each year (click here to see our 2024 schedule), so we can’t be everywhere or accommodate all adventurers throughout the year.

For that reason, we wanted to compile this list to make sure that you get the best adventure in Western Australia, even if it can’t be with us.
And just while we’ve got you, click here if you want to express interest our inaugural Shark Bay to Byron Bay tour, crossing Australia from the Westernmost point of the mainland, to the Easternmost point.

What’s a Tag-Along Tour?

Tag-along tours are also known as self-drive 4WD tours.

During self-drive tours, participants drive their own vehicles while following the lead of the guide who is in their own vehicle. Inclusions vary greatly from company to company, and some only include guiding clients through a pre-planned route while some may include access fees, campground fees, permits and even catering.

 

Pros / Cons of Tag-Along Tours

Pros of Tag-Along Tours

  • One of the biggest appeals of tag-along tours, according to our own clients, is the safety aspect. We’re not really talking about safety in terms of being less likely to become the victim of a crime (although that is a factor for some, who prefer the safety in numbers approach). Rather, we mean safety from the dangers of being in the remote Outback or desert, where getting stuck or breaking down can spell disaster. Any tour operator worth their salt will have recovery gear, emergency communication equipment and can ensure you’re never left stranded.
  • Tackling the Canning Stock Route or Simpson Desert is no meagre feat and takes a bit of doing. Even if you’re not taking on such a remote route, going on your first 3 day four wheel driving and camping adventure, is still an undertaking.
    Tour guests often state that they wouldn’t take on many of the tracks and challenges they’re presented with, if there weren’t other vehicles nearby to help them if they get stuck. Tour guides will not only have the appropriate recovery gear with them, but they will know how to use it safely and in a manner that doesn’t cause any vehicle damage.
  • Route and logistics (saving time).
    A 12 day 4WD route with great camp sites, places to see and adequate fuel and water re-supply stops takes a lot more than 12 days to find. Many people would like to find these places for themselves, but don’t have the time because of work and life commitments. A lot of people also have no desire to do the leg work for themselves and just want these aspects taken care of. Either way, tag-alongs often solve these problems. We know from experience that a great 12 day route takes 3 to 4 weeks of driving and exploring to find.
  • I can’t speak for anyone else, but often I have a timeframe constraint and can’t stop at all the interesting places along the way. It’s then not uncommon for the place you do decide to stop at, to be a bit of a let down. On a guided 4WD tour, someone has already spent the time figuring out which places are worth stopping at and will generally allow enough time in the schedule to see them.
  • Camp Sites.
    A bit like finding the worthwhile sights, it can be tricky to know where the best camp sites are. So many times I’ve unknowingly stopped short of an amazing spot and settled for a lacklustre place to camp. Sometimes it’s the opposite and I’ve driven past something good, only for options to start thinning out. By going with someone who knows the area well, you can be sure to get the best camping spots.

Downsides to Tag-Along Tours

  • There’s no denying, choosing to go on a tag-along tour does add substantial cost. For many, this cost will be too prohibitive to justify. However, for some it’s a question of value and when there’s existing costs such as fuel or time off work, they want to ensure they’re getting the most out of what’s already a significant expense. The tour fee then becomes the insurance policy, to make sure that the money already being spent goes to the best use possible.
  • Not everyone enjoys being part of a larger group activity and that’s fine.
  • Sometimes your free time just doesn’t line up with available tour dates. But, that’s why we’ve put this list together, so you’ve got the best possible chance of finding something that works.

 

What You Need to Join a Tag-Along Tour

Aside from a good attitude and your own car, there’s not a whole lot that you need. Most times, joining a tour reduces the amount you need to take.

Typically, you will need at least the following:

  • 4WD Car.
    Not a “soft-roader” or all wheel drive such as a Subaru Forrester. SUV style cars, even though they’re 4WD, generally aren’t suitable. Such models include Porsch Cayenne, Mitsubishi Outlander (4WD version), Range Rover etc.
  • Additional fuel capacity.
    Jerry cans are generally sufficient, and you don’t need a long range tank if you don’t already have one.
  • Cooking Equipment.
    Most extended tag-along tours don’t include catering, owing to the logistical difficulty.
  • 10L per person, per day will cover drinking and dish cleaning water. It may sound like a lot of water, but it gets hot out there. Some longer tours, like ours on the Canning Stock Route, will have water resupply stops along the way. Your tour operator will let you know how many days between resupply stops.
  • Camping/Sleeping.
    We generally opt for swags instead of tents as they’re faster to pack down and set up. With multiple people, they can take up a bit too much space when packed, which is their main limitation.

How Much do Tag-Along Tours Cost?

We hate writing generic “how long is a piece of string” type answers, but this one is a bit tricky as it does depend on the inclusions and varies from company to company (as does quality).

As a rough guide, here’s our prices (as of March 2024). We include everything such as permits, national park fees, campground fees and levies, except for catering.

  • Our 5 day tour is $1,380
  • Our 8 day tour is $2,700
  • Our 12 day tour is $4,970

It’s tempting to try and break this down into a daily average, but that doesn’t take into account the logistical differences. For example, our 12 day tour goes through multiple national parks (park entry fees), multiple native title areas (permit fees), uses the Canning Stock Route (permit fees) and our own fuel costs up to $3.40 in remote communities which adds to our operational costs. There’s also 2,500km of bitumen just to get to/from the start and finish. Compare this to our 5 day tour which stays within 600km of Perth and has no areas requiring permits.

But with that said, if you want to break it down that way, the daily prices on this list range from $200 per day to $600 per day. This variance is usually due to inclusions and levels of remoteness. Operators that stay closer to major cities (Perth for the WA list), generally have lower prices.

 

What to Look for in a Tag-Along Tour Company

Owner Operated

Generally, we recommend looking for a company where one of the owners is also the tour guide. This isn’t a hard and fast rule and we do have some exceptions, but it just means that the person you’ve been talking to and dealing with (and therefore getting a feel for their attitude and level of service) is the same person you’ll spend weeks in the bush with.

Group Size

This is more a matter of personal preference, but does have a big impact on the experience. Groups with too many vehicles move very slowly, so you’ll either be limited for time at rest stops to make up for this, or not covering very much ground at all.

If groups are too small, that can also be a problem. Spending a few weeks in the bush is a real test of social skills and patience if there aren’t enough people there as a buffer. With enough people, the chances of finding someone you get along with are much higher.

What’s Included

What are you paying for? Check to see if the tour operator is organising and paying for national park fees, campground fees, native title permits and fees for using station tracks. If they don’t, it’s certainly not a deal breaker, but see if the extra expense and hassle is worthwhile compared to other offerings.

Emergency and Contingency Plans

There are minimum requirements generally imposed by insurers or the DBCA (if you’re using national parks), but they’re not all that comprehensive.

Ask your would-be tour operator what they carry for emergencies. Do they have satellite phones, Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs), satellite trackers etc. It is worth checking that they do have a plan ITSHTF (if it hits the fan).

 

Best 4WD Tag-Along Tour Companies Outside of Western Australia

In no particular order.

Our criteria for inclusion includes:

  • Owner operated. This doesn’t exclude them if the other factors are good, but it is a consideration.
  • Not just how many years in business, but their experience in a similar field.
  • Public reviews.
  • Tour schedule. Doesn’t matter how good they are, if they’re not doing any tours this year.

Please also see the following tour providers listed in the WA section, that also provide tours outside of Western Australia: Spirit Safaris; Tracks 4×4 Tagalong;

 

Pindan Tours and 4WD Training (Includes a Few WA Options)

At a Glance

  • WA, NT & SA
    • Canning Stock Route
    • Simpson Desert
    • Flinders Ranges
    • Pilbara
    • Kimberley
    • Len Beadell Roads
    • Central Australia
    • Diamantina & Channel Country
  • 3 to 32 Day tours
  • Owner Operated
  • Highly Qualified and Eco Accredited
  • 5/5 on Google – lots of reviews
  • 5/5 on Facebook

Expanded Info

You don’t find many tag-along tour operators that have been in the game for over 40 years, but that tenure is something that these guys can proudly claim. Pindan Tours and 4WD Training are based in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia and are an experienced owner operated tag-along tour and 4WD driver training provider.

They have a variety of options for tours through the Flinders Ranges as well as a few options in the Simpson. Their longest tour is 32 days and comprises the Canning Stock Route and the TAR (Trans Australian Railway)

Website: https://www.pindantours.com.au/

 

Adrenalin Offroad Centre

At a Glance

  • East Coast and Central Australia
    • Simpson Desert
    • Central Australia
    • Blue Mountains
    • Cape York
    • Victorian High Country
  • Comprehensive tour calendar
  • Owner Operated
  • ~$250 Average daily price for one person
  • Prices don’t include passenger
  • 4.5/5 on Google

 

Expanded Info

Adrenalin Offroad centre is a 4WD accessory outfit as well as a tag-along tour provider.

They have a very comprehensive tour calendar with a lot of routes. Most of their tours are based in the Eastern states with a few in the Northern Territory and one in WA which covers the Gibb River Road. With stores in Sydney and Melbourne, it’s not unexpected that all their smaller tours are in that corner of the country.

Adrenalin offer very competitive prices, so if you do choose to inquire about their tours, make sure to ask how large their groups are and what’s included in the price.

Website: https://www.adrenalinoffroadcentre.com.au/4×4-tours/

 

Travel West

At a Glance

  • Across multiple states
    • Birdsville
    • Outback Queensland
  • Owner operated
  • ~$570 average daily price, per person
  • 5/5 on TripAdvisor

Expanded Info

Travel West offer a variety of tag-along tours that have a lot of optional extras on the way, such as scenic flights.

Their tours are motel accommodated, which means that getting to the places with accommodation, may involve more gravel roads and less hardcore 4WD tracks compared to some camping tours. That’s not to say that between Birdsville, Innamincka or the Simpson, that there won’t be a lot of 4WD fun in the dirt. But, if you are wondering how off-road the focus will be, give Deb and Graham from Travel West a call and they’ll point you in the right direction.

Website: https://www.travelwest.com.au/

 

Tag-Along Tours of Australia

At a Glance

  • Eastern and Central Australia
    • Cape York
    • “Gulf Savannah” (West side of the cape)
    • Simpson Desert
    • Transcontinental – Byron Bay to Shark Bay (the Easternmost point of Australia to the Westernmost point.
  • Owner operated, based out of Cairns
  • ~ $400 per day, per vehicle
  • 5/5 on Facebook

Expanded Info

If I didn’t live in WA, this is what I’d be doing with my life: Running tours up the cape, around the Gulf, through the Simpson and across the country from Byron to Steep Point. These guys tick most the bucket list tracks, have good reviews and a tonne of social proof. I’ve never dealt with them personally, but they have all the right endorsements, accreditations and reviews that are too hard to get without being a good operator.

Not only do they have the best domain name in the business, they’re also one of the few tag-along operators that has a clear, easy to navigate website that answers all your questions. Surprisingly uncommon in this industry.

Website: https://www.tagalongtours.com.au/ (see what I mean about having the best domain?)

 

The Offroad Tradies

At a Glance

  • East Coast – mainly NSW and Victoria
    • Vic High Country
    • Outback NSW
    • Border Track
    • Flinders Ranges
    • Cape York
    • Simpson Desert
  • Cheapest desert prices, this side of Iraq.
  • Catered
  • 5/5 on Google

Expanded Info

The Offroad Tradies are an owners-operated outfit from NSW, mainly specialising in NSW and Vic for their offroad tours, with a few more remote options on their calendar as well. They have some of the cheapest prices anywhere and are fully inclusive. They even cater! The only thing we can say about their prices is: Get in quick.

Luke and Curl are two former tradies who made the rare decision to ditch what is arguably the most reliable occupation, in exchange for the total uncertainty of running a tourism outfit. It’s a sign of real passion for four wheel driving and camping, and something to take note of.

Website: https://www.theoffroadtradies.com.au/

 

 

Best 4WD Tag-Along Tour Companies in Western Australia

In no particular order.

Our criteria for inclusion includes:

  • Owner operated. This doesn’t exclude them if the other factors are good, but it is a consideration.
  • Not just how many years in business, but their experience in a similar field.
  • Public reviews.
  • Tour schedule. Doesn’t matter how good they are, if they’re not doing any tours this year.

 

Rough As Guts

We’re not afraid of a bit of self-promotion. If we didn’t think we could hold our own in terms of quality, value and reliability, the last thing we’d do is go to all this effort to make a list of our competitors.

We have a rising tide lifts all ships type of approach, and we’re also very proud of the service we’ve created, so here’s a bit about us.

At a Glance

  • Exclusively Western Australia – predominantly inland
    • Three Desert/Canning Stock Route
    • Pilbara
    • Holland Track & Goldfields
    • We can do bespoke routes/itineraries
  • Boutique tours limited to 6 vehicles
  • Owner Operated
  • ~$360 Average daily price per vehicle
  • Price includes passenger
  • 5/5 on Google

Expanded Info

We specialise exclusively in Western Australian adventures and only offer our own unique routes, rather than covering generic itineraries such as the Gibb River Road, Canning Stock Route or Holland Track. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with companies that do offer these tracks end-to-end, but we wanted to differentiate ourselves and put our experience, having explored all over WA, to good use.

Rough As Guts isn’t the cheapest option, but that’s because we limit our trips to six vehicles. We have found 6 to be a great number because it lets us move at a good pace, without the group having to spread out too far. We’ve seen tour convoys where people have gotten stuck and the tour leader was more than 60km further up the track. Generally, a six vehicle group will have more than 10 people, which is a good number for group cohesion and morale.

One of the primary factors for our premium pricing, is that we don’t like using “from pricing”, where the price slowly creeps up with every inclusion. We see this happen often and it’s generally when prices only include the driver. Another way this happens, is when the price doesn’t include national park fees, native title permits, campground fees or station access fees, where the client ends up sending hundreds of dollars more than the price they originally anticipated.

Website: https://ww.roughasguts.com.au (the website you’re on right now).

 

Explore WA

At a Glance

  • Western Australia Only – primarily inland, some coastal trips.
    • Holland Track
    • Canning Stock Route
    • Gibb River Road
    • Pilbara
    • Dirk Hartog Island
    • More
  • Great reviews. These guys have been around a while and have a lot of reviews.
    • 5/5 on Facebook
    • 8/5 on Google
  • Well priced
  • ~ $400 average daily price per vehicle
  • Owner Operated

Expanded Info

Explore WA is (as the name suggests) a West Australian owned and operated tag-along tour provider, operating solely out of this beautiful state of ours.

They have good prices which include permits & passes and generally limit their numbers to 7 vehicles per tour, except for their Oombulgurri trip.

Website: https://explore-wa.net/

 

Get Lost Tours WA

At a Glance

  • Western Australia – Predominantly Coastal Routes
    • Holland Track
    • Dirk Hartog Island
    • Midwest
    • Southwest
    • Goldfields
    • Israelite Bay
  • Tours ranging from 1 to 10 days
  • Reversing courses available
  • 5/5 on Google
  • ~ $250 Average daily price per vehicle
  • Owner Operated

Expanded Info

Get Lost Tours WA are based out of Perth and have been going since 2019. All their reviews are 5 star. We have been at some of the same expos/shows as Get Lost and have heard good things about them. We’ve never bumped into them on the road, but we largely have different routes to them, so it’s not unsurprising.

They are very competitively priced. While they don’t offer routes as remote as some others, with the majority of their tours being coastal, take it from me that there’s plenty to see in these areas and you’ll get an insiders look by choosing a tour guide experienced in these areas. These guys are the experts for these areas. There’s so many hidden gems in these places and it’s a bit like a Pirates of the Caribbean trope where they can only be found by those who know where they are.

Get Lost Tours also provide reversing courses, so if you have recently gotten a caravan or camper trailer for the first time, get in touch with the Get Lost team.

Website: https://www.getlosttours.com.au/

 

Epic 4WD Tours

At a Glance

  • Western Australian routes only – inland & coastal
    • Perth Coast
    • Preston Beach
    • Goldfields
    • Darling Range
    • Murchison
    • Pilbara
    • Wildflower tours
  • Tours ranging from 1 to 7 days, with one 14-day tour available
  • 5/5 on Google, but limited number of reviews
  • Owner operated
  • ~ $200 per day average price for most tours.

Expanded Info

Epic 4WD Tours are an owner-operated tag-along company based out of Perth. They appear to be one of the newer operators, which would explain their lower number of reviews, but after a bit of digging I have discovered that they’re run by a friend of a friend who is someone I know to be very trustworthy in this arena.

Their prices are probably the most competitive you’ll see anywhere in WA. This is likely due to them specialising in shorter trips that are closer to Perth and I’m unaware of what their inclusions are. That would be something worth asking them about, before booking a tour.

Website: https://epic4wdtours.com.au/

 

Pemberton Discovery Tours

At a Glance

  • Pemberton, Western Australia
    • Day tours
    • Yeagarup
  • Tag-along or charter options both available
  • Other tour options such as wine tours or Bibbulmun/Munda Biddi transfers
  • $350 per day (single day, not overnight) per vehicle
  • 9/5 on Google

Expanded Info

Pemberton Discovery Tours are exactly that. Based out of (you guessed it) Pemberton, they focus on day trips with a mixture of charter as well as tag-along. If you’re in that beautiful part of the country, they’re well worth a look. Particularly if you’re new to four wheel driving and want to dip your toe in with a single day outing.

Some of the dates and information on their website hasn’t been updated recently, but they are still operating, so shoot them an email or give them a call.

Website: https://www.pembertondiscoverytours.com.au/tag-a-long-tours

 

Otto Tours

At a Glance

  • Western Australia and Northern Territory
    • Canning Stock Route
    • Gunbarrel
    • Simpson Desert
  • 7 to 19 Day tours
  • ~ $500 per day, per vehicle (two people)
  • 3/5 on Google. Limited number of reviews.

Expanded Info

Otto Tours are run out of Perth by a guy called Otto who has been in the game over 30 years. My experience with them is limited, but when I first started looking at starting this business, Otto was one of the people I reached out to and one of the few who responded to me with helpful insights. As a general rule, I find that people aren’t helpful to their would-be competitors, unless they’re confident in their own services. I take it as a good sign.

Another thing I have found to be reasonably common, is that tours run by “old school guys” are less likely to have lots of online reviews because they’re not inclined to ask for them. Due your own due diligence, but don’t write them off for that exclusively.

Website: https://ottotours.com.au/4wd-tag-along-tours/

 

Spirit Safaris (Ride-along, Not Tag-Along)

At a Glance

  • Not a tag-along tour operator, their guests travel in Spirit Safari’s cars
  • Countrywide tour offerings
    • Birdsville/Strzelecki/Oodnadatta & Lake Eyre
    • Canning Stock Route
    • Simpson Desert
    • Kimberley
    • Tanami Track
    • Sydney to Uluru
    • Kakadu
    • Darwin to Cairns

Expanded Info

We wanted to include at least one option for anyone looking for an experience that is not self-drive. It’s outside our area of expertise as we only do tag-alongs ourselves, but we have seen Spirit Safaris vehicles out and about and have never heard anything negative.

 

Tracks 4×4 Tagalong

At a Glance

  • Nationwide tours
    • Canning Stock Route
    • Cape York
    • Simpson Desert
    • Maralinga & some Beadell tracks
    • Lorella Springs
    • Vic High Country
  • Owner Operated
  • ~ $300 per vehicle, per day
  • 9/5 on Google

Expanded Info

Tracks 4×4 Tagalong is an owner-operated company based out of the Hunter in NSW. They’ve got an impressive list of tour options all over the country and can back this up with a stack of photos and reviews.

Website: https://tracks4x4tagalong.com.au/

 

Kimberley Dreaming

At a Glance

  • Kimberley tours ex. Kununurra
    • Tag-along & ride-along both available
    • 1 Day tours from Kununurra
    • Gibb River Road
    • East Kimberley
    • Wet season waterfalls
  • Owner Operated
  • 1 to 13 Day tours
  • 6/5 on Google
  • ~$560 Per vehicle, per day. See below for explanation

Expanded Info

Kimberley Dreaming area husband and wife owned and operated outfit based out of Kununurra. Predictably, their tours are all centred around Kununurra as a departure point which is great because there is so much to see within a short drive and the North East Kimberley has so much to offer.

Pricing

They offer half day and single day tours, which makes it a bit irrelevant for us to do determine an average price from all their tours, if we’re going to compare it to most other operators who only offer multi-day camping tours.

Their ride-along pricing starts from $329 per person for a half day ride-along, or $500 for a full day ride-along.

Their 1 day tag-along is $329 per person. Their 3 day tag-along is $1,699 for two people, which is what we’ve used to determine a per vehicle price of $566 per day.

Website: https://kimberleydreaming.com.au/

 

Australian 4×4 Treks

At a Glance

  • Australia & International
    • Canning Stock Route
    • Simpson Desert
    • Cape York
    • Beadell Highways
    • Kimberley
    • Arnhem Land
    • New Zealand South Island
    • Himalayas!
  • Owner Operated
  • Highly accredited and qualified
  • 5/5 on Google

Expanded Info

Australian 4×4 Treks are owner operated and run from Queensland. Not only do they have a very comprehensive tour calendar across most of Australia, they also run tours in New Zealand and in Nepal through the Himalayas.

The owner, Tony, has a list of accreditations, endorsements and qualifications as long as my arm (I’ve got very long arms), and has tonnes of experience in the game.

Website: https://4x4treks.com.au/

 

Big Sky Tagalong (Caravan Friendly

At a Glance

  • Countrywide tour offerings
    • Darling River
    • Birdsville
    • Broome to Cairns
    • Transcontinental – Byron to Shark Bay (see more below)
  • Less of a true 4WD tag-along and more road oriented (good for grey nomads)
  • 5/5 on Google – But, only 2 reviews
  • 5/5 on Facebook (9 reviews)

Expanded Info

Big Sky Tagalong Tours focus on camper trailer and caravan friendly tag-along tours. If that’s something you’re looking for, then they’re a great option. However, if you’re looking for a very off-road, 4WD focused trip, they might not be the first place you should look.

For example, if you’re looking for a trans-continental tour from Byron to Shark Bay, their route focuses a lot more on dirt roads than bush tracks, whereas Tagalong Tours of Australia (listed in the non-WA section of this article), offer a more off-road centric option. That provides a choice between a trailer friendly, or a more hardcore option for an East to West crossing. If you are dead-set on going West to East though, put your name down here to get notified when we release our tour (not trailer friendly).

Website: https://bigskytagalong.com/

 

 

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two four wheel drives driving on the holland track

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Rough As Guts offers guided tag-along tours through WA’s rugged Outback.

two four wheel drives driving on the holland track

The Outback for Beginners

Challenge yourself just enough, as we take you through the Golden Outback and on the Holland Track.

Adventure starts here.

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landscape shot of a rust coloured hill with spinifex in the east pilbara

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Rugged, pre-historic desert landscapes that look like they’re from another world.

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Gunbarrel highway during the rain

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