The best 4WD spots in the Bundaberg Region have been shown to more than half a million YouTube subscribers on 4WD 24-7's Bundy Bush to Pub Adventure.
Starting at the country-style Bucca Pub, hosts Shauno and Graham said they had a “cracker” first night before they hit the local 4WD tracks.
“The tracks of Bundy are all pretty well located close to both the pub and the beach, so we haven’t got to go far before we are off the bitumen and getting ready to engage, low range,” Shauno said.
Describing their adventure as one of their “wildest” yet, the pair hit the difficult tracks and put their vehicles to the test.
“This is what it's all about, one of our wildest 4WD trips yet!” was posted to the YouTube clip.
Posted to 4WD 24-7’s YouTube channel on 6 January, the clip has already been viewed more than 188,000 times.
Describing some of the 4WD tracks as “mental” it’s clear to see the challenge for experienced drivers.
Prepping the 4WDs to take on a tricky crossing of the Burnett River, the lads first walked the line to check that the firmness of the base was suitable for their vehicles.
“I’m not hesitating, straight in,” Graham said.
“Second gear – ease my way in and away we go boys and girls.
“That’s actually pretty deep, whoa I started floating – that was heavy!”
4WD 24-7 crew hits the beach
After conquering the Burnett River and enjoying their first day tackling some of the Bundaberg Region's most gruelling tracks the crew headed to the coast to a beach camp for the night.
“There’s no better feeling than hitting the beach after a dusty day on the tracks,” he said.
“And Kinkuna Beach is one of the best – would you have a go at this – simply magical!
“I reckon if you owned a 4WD for no other reason, it would be to be able to experience places just like this.”
The second day exploring the Bundaberg Region’s best 4WD hot spots proved just as challenging as the first, with the 4WD 24-7’s crew's vehicles spending more time of three wheels than four.
Wrapping their Bundy Bush to Pub Adventure up at the Commercial Hotel at Cordalba, the 4WD 24-7’s crew described the pub as a “little gem” that was the perfect way to finish an epic Queensland pub crawl.