Trail Networks

  • Within riding distance of the main street of Collie the Arklow mountain bike network offers a range of trails through the jarrah forest.  Fun for all ages and abilities including an adaptive trail suitable for people with disabilities using hand cycles.

  • Right in town discover 9kms of trails to suit beginners and intermediate riders, including 4.5kms suitable for hand-cycles.

  • Compartment 10 presents riders with a (relatively) short but compelling mountain biking experience. If we could summarise the trails with one word, it would be flow.

  • The legendary flow trails of South Carters road. Blending bush, single track and the odd jump into some of the best trails in the state.

  • Wandoo woodland

    Less than two hours from Perth, Dryandra Woodland is one of the prime places in the South-West for viewing native wildlife.

  • Golden Valley Tree Park is a sixty hectare landscaped park set in the picturesque hills of Balingup. The heritage listed site has a collection of trees that was begun over one hundred years ago, and is now the largest arboretum in WA.

  • The largest, most popular network of trails in WA. Riders start from several car parks in the network which offers a wide variety of trails from skills loops for beginners to shuttle runs for downhill riders.

  • Lake Leschenaultia has all the makings of a great riding destination, especially if you don’t like riding up hills! This makes it a great destination for the young, families, those getting back into the sport or a gentle place to ride on a hot day.

  • Just inland from Bunbury is WA first network of MTB trails. Ideal for those who like singletrack rolling through the bush.

  • This 35-kilometre network of purpose-built single-track MTB trails offers riders a stunning experience through Lane Poole Reserve. With a variety of trail types and styles, the Murray Valley mountain bike trails have something for everyone.

  • The Pemberton Mountain Bike Park is set in the heart of the giant Karri forests.  The backdrop is stunning - and the trails aren’t too bad either!

  • Pinjar offers a range of trails for beginners to experienced motorcyle and quad bike riders. The trails meander through a 300 hectare area of pine plantation and open scrubland.

  • Porongurup Range is a fascinating place for picnicking and bush rambles. The massive ancient granite domes of Porongurup National Park rise 670 metres, giving exhilarating views of the landscape.

  • View from Bluff Knoll

    Beautiful and pristine Stirling Range National Park near Albany is famous for its colourful wildflowers and spectacular bushwalks including the popular Bluff Knoll.

  • Six walk trails ranging from 2.7km up to 9km explore the most scenic locations and explore the rich history of this area on the Coral Coast.

  • Traverse Rottnest Island’s unique landscapes along the Wadjemup Bidi; a series of walk trails that will take you across spectacular coastal headlands, past stunning inland lakes and encounter both natural and man-made attractions along the way.

  • A network of Downhill MTB Trails to shuttle

  • The Whadjuk network lies on Noongar land, in the western suburbs of Perth. Trail users will appreciate expansive views from the Indian Ocean to the Perth skyline, while experiencing the diversity of remnant bushland and lakes so close to the city.

  • Yanchep National Park offers walk trails to suit a variety of age groups, interests and fitness abilities. They range from short family friendly trails of 500m to challenging hikes up to 52km.