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Heritage Area, Goat Farm Mountain Bike Park

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  • Less than 1 hour
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Enjoy riding over logs, platforms, seesaws and skinnies!

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Access the Heritage Area from the Green Skills Trail (Easy) or Bada Mandoo Trail (Moderate)

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Well, you gotta love a seesaw!  In this part of the skills park you can enjoy an array of logs, platforms, seesaws and skinnies of varying sizes and difficulty. It's called the Heritage Area as it is a little bit of 'old-school' mountain biking that we have retained from the former skills park. You can access the Heritage Area from the Green Skills trail or from Bada Mandoo.  

The Goat Farm Mountain Bike Park contains over 20km of mountain bike trails and a dedicated Skills Park with skills and jump areas. The Goat Farm trails range from Easy (Green) to Extreme (Double Black) and include four trails suitable for adaptive cyclists.

Mundaring Parks and Wildlife Office

(08) 9290 6100

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Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.

Time / Duration

Short, Fast skills park features - designed to be sessioned.

What To Pack

Group C (Mountain bike trails) required.

Trail Start

Access the Heritage Area from the Green Skills Trail (Easy) or Bada Mandoo Trail (Moderate)

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Trail End

Return to the main trailhead using the Green Skills Trail (Easy) or Bada Mandoo Trail (Moderate)

Mountain Bike

More Difficult

Likely to be a single trail with moderate gradients, variable surface and obstacles. Suitable for skilled mountain bikers with good standard of
fitness using mountain bikes.

Difficulty Notes

The features in the Heritage Area vary in difficulty from Easy to Difficult.  Designed for the width of 'old-school' mountain bikes, the boardwalk that wraps closely around the trunk of the tree may catch you out - rider Beware!

Hazards & Warnings

Summer months (December to April) can be extremely hot. Carry a full water bottle.  Constructed trail features in this area may be above ground level and the surrounding surfaces and may include logs, granite and rock, so caution is advised.  Riding the constructed timber and rock features in the Heritage Area carries inherent risks and from time-to-time maintenance and repairs will be required.  Please alert Parks and Wildlife staff if you see something that needs maintenance:


In case of an emergency on the trail, always carry a mobile phone and basic first aid supplies. The nearest hospital is St John of God Midland Public Hospital.


The main trailhead is adjacent to the car park. Trailhead facilities include toilets, picnic tables, an information shelter and shaded areas to take a break between rides.  There are also logs that you can sit on in the Heritage Area.

  • Car Park
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area

Best time of year

mid April to October

Trail Access

Road, Train Bus or Ride

Prohibited Items

Dogs on leads are permitted at the Main Trailhead

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