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Course Location

4WD Off Road Driver Training
is proudly supported by the Australian Automotive Research Centre, Hella andDunlop.
AARC
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Route 1: (From Melbourne)
Follow Princes Freeway M1 towards Geelong. Keep right on Princes Freeway/Geelong Ring Road M1 towards Colac/Great Ocean Road. Continue on Princes Highway A1 towards Colac. Exit left onto Cape Otway Road C135 and travel 20km through the township of Moriac. Turn left onto Wensleydale Station Road (adjacent to Wurdee Boluc Reservoir) and travel 6.7km. Turn left onto Gum Flats Road (gravel surfaced) and travel 4.5km to AARC, which is on your left.

Route 2:
(From Melbourne) Follow Princes Freeway M1 towards Geelong. Keep right on Geelong Ring Road M1 towards Colac/Great Ocean Road. Exit onto Anglesea Road C134 towards Anglesea. Travel approximately 22km and then turn right onto Forest Road towards Winchelsea. Travel 5.5km then turn left onto Gum Flats Road. Travel 9.2km along Gum Flats Road, which is mostly gravel surfaced, to AARC, which is on your right..

From Angelsea:
Great Ocean Rd toward Geelong. turn left at Forest Rd, 3.5km from Angelsea. Then follow directions at Route 2.

Please note DO NOT USE Bald Hills Rd. It is not trafficable.

The Australian Automotive Research Centre is Australia's unique proving ground and driving facility. The centre covers over 1000 hectares and is the leading facility in Australia for vehicle and component development. With 120km of cross country tracks, multi surfaced ascents, descents and water crossings, this centre can offer virtually any driving challenge imaginable!

As an independently owned facility, the AARC, located in Angelsea, Victoria is available to all vehicle manufacturers for shot term hire or permanent tenancy.

DIRECTIONS TO AARC

Address: 445 Gum Flats Road, Wensleydale 3241
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