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Nannup Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park

Nannup Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park is located 2 kilometres east of Nannup. This network offer riders a variety of gravity inspired experiences through a working pine plantation. The trails vary from rough and rocky, to fast and flowing and the diverse mix of terrain offers something for the beginners through to the experienced riders with cross country, all mountain, downhill and flow trails.

Nannup is rough, rocky and raw. The trails are located in pine forest with steep terrain providing adventure and are challenging for riders. The trails range from Green - Easy to Double Black - Extreme. Sight rides are recommended on the trails ride within your ability level and mountain bike experience.  

Getting There:

Nannup is just over 3 hours drive south of Perth in the Southern Forests region. You can access the trails from town on the sealed Town to Tank trail or you can drive to the trailhead. 
There are two main trailheads Weitj (Emu) Trailhead (Tank 8 trails) and Tank 7 Trailhead in the mountain bike park.


Personal: shuttles are able to operate at Tank 7 trails only, access is via Lindsay Road to the Tank 7 Lookout.

Commercial: The western trails are accessed by riders riding the climbing trails or commercial shuttles only.

No private vehicles are allowed to operate in the Nannup Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park, this is for risk management reasons. 
Please respect private property owners surrounding the mountain bike park.
Note: The Trails are located at Tank 7 and Tank 8, the name Nannup Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park encompasses all trails.

Motorbikes are prohibited at Tank 7.


Secondary Trailheads provide You Are Here location maps and outline trails available from these locations. Online maps using the Experience Nannup app (Android and Apple) provide a GPS location without mobile phone service and up to date trails information.

Safety and Facilities

The weather can range from hot summers to cool cold winters. Dress for the weather and carry water, snacks/food, a mobile phone and ride with a partner/buddy. 
Fresh water and toilets are available at

  • Marinko Tomas Park
  • Nannup Town Hall
  • Shire of Nannup offices (toilets) in town.
  • There are bike wash and toilet facilities at the Nannup Foreshore Park.


Accommodation and food is available in Nannup. Go online or drop into the Nannup Visitor Centre in town. There is a local bike mechanic and mountain bike hire available.
The Munda Biddi Trail winds through Nannup going south to Albany or north to Perth.

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