About Murray Valley Trails, Dwellingup
The picturesque town of Dwellingup is developing into a world class trails destination within a unique forested natural environment and stunning river valley. Within easy driving distance from Perth and Mandurah It's an ideal location for day trip and overnight adventure activity for families, trail enthusiasts and international event participants.
This 35-kilometre network of purpose-built single-track trails offers riders a stunning experience with a variety of trail types and styles. From traditional cross-country trails through to all-mountain descents into the valley, and trails suitable for beginners to advanced riders - the Murray Valley trails have something for everyone!
Weaving through Lane Poole Reserve, the Murray Valley mountain bike trails are part of the Dwellingup Adventure Trails network, which includes walk, cycle, drive and canoe experiences. The icon for this extensive and exciting network is the karrak, also known as the forest red-tailed black cockatoo. Its large size, striking red tail feathers, loud ‘karraaaaak’ calls and noisy eating habits make this uniquely West Australian cockatoo easy to spot in the forests around Dwellingup and Lane Poole.
Ride with a buddy - There are areas where you may not have mobile reception on the trails, that’s why it’s always a good idea to ride with a buddy
Dwellingup is 110km (1hour and 20mins) south of Perth.
To get to the Murray Trail network enter Lane Poole Reserve at the main entry station or at Nanga, follow signs to Bobs Crossing and the Murray Valley MTB trail network. Entry fees apply.
No drinking water and limited phone reception
All other facilities are available in Dwellingup (7km or 10 minute drive away)
Bike hire, bike wash station, showers available at the Dwellingup Trails and Visitor Centre.
MAP - Download the pdf map from the "Need to Know" section of the Busted Nuts trail profile - one of the Top Trails in the network!
Supported by great organisations
Trails are free and bring so many benefits to our community by providing opportunities to have fun, get fit, socialise, explore and challenge yourself. But they also have to be managed and maintained which only is made possible through terrific sponsors, donations and/or volunteering.
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