Guide to Arrowing

TTBRC arrowing system
  Straight ahead These arrows indicate that the track continues on straight ahead. This type of arrow is some times used to indicate a hill as well.

 

 

  Slow down – possible hazardThese are often used to indicate hazards such as bumps, hollows, water hazards and merging tracks. There will sometimes be signage with them

 

  Slow down NOW and be prepared to stop – Definite Hazard aheadThis is first gear stuff. There may be a log or ditch, or overhanging branches. They may also indicate steep downhills or merging tracks. If you see them slow right down immediately

 

  Track goes rightThese may be tilted to varying degrees to indicate the angle of track change
  Track goes left.These may be tilted to varying degrees to indicate the angle of track change
  Track goes hard rightThese are usually used when transitioning from a road section to a bush section. The turn will most likely be very sharp and there may be down arrows as well.

 

  Novice arrowsThese may be laid out as above and signify tracks that are novice and four wheeler friendly.