Cape York guide

old telegraph track

For most 4WD entusiests driving the Old Telegraph Track (OTT) is the ultimate challenge and with its abundance of crystal clear creek crossings, spectacular landscapes, difficult terrain and sheer remoteness it’s not hard to see why

the creb track

The CREB Track is one of Australia’s most famous powerline tracks. It was forged by the Cairns Regional Electricity Board (CREB) to get power from cairns too Cooktown. Cutting through the World heritage listed Daintree rainforest, and finishing at the Aboriginal community of Wujul Wujul, it is a breathtaking and challenging drive suited to high clearance 4WD vehicles only.

frenchmans track

Frenchmans Track is one of Cape Yorks most famous tracks but is often overlooked by travellers on their way to the iconic Old Telegraph Track.

Located approximately 45km South of Moreton Telegraph station along Telegraph Road and oriented west to east, Frenchmans Track connects Telegraph Road and Portland Road via 50km of rough 4wd only track and traverses both the Pascoe and Wenlock Rivers.

old coach road

The Old Coach Road is quickly gaining reputation as Cape Yorks Toughest Track and with extremely steep climbs, loose rocky tracks that will have you searching for every bit of traction and countless rock step ups, its not hard to see why.

5 beaches track

The 5 Beaches drive is an Incredible beach run that has to be on your Cape York itinerary.



At True North Adventures we have a passion for everything adventure. Based in Cairns, Cape York is our back yard and traveling this amazing part of the world is at the core of what we do. Our goal is to travel to Australia's most remote and rugged regions and inspire others to do the same.

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