Perth Driver Training with Western Wilderness 4WD & Survival Training
Learn to safely and effectively drive your four-wheel drive vehicle with Western Wilderness 4WD & Survival Training experienced and professional driver trainer Glynn Williams in Perth, WA.
Western Wilderness 4WD & Survival Training deliver practical, fun four-wheel drive courses in relaxed and safe environments across the Perth region.
Our geographic service area covers all of Perth metropolitan area and Perth outer suburbs and surrounding areas. Our four-wheel drive training courses all start at convenient Perth locations, where our 4WD Driver Instructor will assemble the group and lead off to the designated Perth training environment.
Our four wheel driver training program has several different starting meet-up points depending on the specific 4WD course selected. Please ensure you check your emailed program to confirm your designated meeting location.
- Four-wheel drive training course meeting location at Gidgegannup Bakery, 2125 Toodyay Rd, Gidgegannup, WA 6083: -31.7926827,116.1951863
- Four-wheel drive training course meeting location at Wally Jones Park, corner of Chittering Road & Great Northern Highway, Bullsbrook, WA 6084: -31.6698993,116.0297117
- Four-wheel drive training course meeting location corner of Spence Road and Ziatas Road, Pinjar, WA 6078: -31.6753736,115.8131566
Your local four-wheel drive training courses in Perth
Western Wilderness 4WD & Survival Training
Perth is the capital and largest city of the state of Western Australia. Perth is the fourth-most populous city in the country of Australia, with an estimated population of over 2.14 million people living in Perth, which accounts for approximately 8.58% of the national population of all of Australia.
In recent years the population growth rate of Perth has been very strong ranging from 0.9% (2015) to 9.35% (2012). Perth had the fastest growth rate in the country which was a key contributor from the recent mining boom. In the past few years however, the population growth of Perth has slowed down related directly to the mining industry slowdown.
Perth is part of the South West Land Division of Western Australia, with the majority of the metropolitan area located on the Swan Coastal Plain, a narrow strip between the Indian Ocean and the Darling Scarp.
Historically the first areas of Perth settled were on the Swan River founded by Captain James Stirling in 1829, with the city’s central business district and port (Fremantle) both located on its shores.
Perth came seventh in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s August 2016 list of the world’s most liveable cities, and was classified by the Globalisation and World Cities Research Network in 2010 as a world city.
Interestingly Perth is one of the most isolated major cities in the world. The nearest city with a population of more than 100,000 is Adelaide, 2,130 km away.
The popular Perth sandy beaches line its suburbs, and the huge, riverside Kings Park and Botanic Garden on Mt. Eliza offer sweeping views of the city. Perth is on generally flat, rolling land – largely due to the high amount of sandy soils and deep bedrock. The Perth metropolitan area has two major river systems: the Swan and Canning Rivers; the second is that of the Serpentine and Murray Rivers, which discharge into the Peel Inlet at Mandurah.
Perth is recorded as the sunniest state capital in Australia with a long-term annual average of 8.8 hours of sunshine a day, which makes for a great state to live in to enjoy recreational four-wheel drive activities. Our state provides a tremendous amount of opportunities for four-wheel drive owners to join local four-wheel drive clubs or travel alone to explore the fabulous National Parks and wilderness that includes stunning beach access, forest tracks, low mountain ranges and miles of endless black-top for four wheel drive touring.