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Jandakot Regional Park Bridle Trails

  • 1-3 hours
  • 14 km

Jandakot Regional Park has numerous bridle trails that meander through the park through a range of intriguing landscapes including banksia woodland, wetlands and rural remnants .

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Trail Start

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De Haer Road, Wandi runs of Rowley Road, which is a Kwinana Fwy Exit

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This trail network is great place to start out on your trail riding experience, as it is fenced and you cannot get totally lost. 

Trails are sand and limestone so depending on where you go horses do not have to be shod. The trails get very dusty in summer and the area can be quite wet in some places in winter. There are stepovers to access the trails to stop motorbikes getting in. The Southern boundary of the park does go along a moderately busy road so you may encounter traffic, but there is a fence between you and the road. Please be courteous at all times to other users of the park, which can include walkers and dogs.

ATHRA rating - Intermediate

There is float parking at the Magenup Equestrian Centre on the western side of the park. No other facilities, unless the Magenup Equestrian Centre gates are unlocked. Entering the reserves can be difficult, but both Denis De Young and Modong reserves have multiple entry points.

Please clean up all your manure and hay before leaving.

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Time / Duration

Time depends on how many trails you ride

Length

14km total length of the trails

What To Pack

Group C (Mountain bike trails) required.

Trail Start

De Haer Road, Wandi runs of Rowley Road, which is a Kwinana Fwy Exit

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Trail End

Facilities

  • Car Park

Best time of year

April to November

Fees

Trail Access

Drive to Wandi (suburb of Perth)

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1 trail goers have rated Jandakot Regional Park Bridle Trails as 3 out of 5!

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Sam martin

Reviewed 7 Jul 2019, 11:32am

lovely winter trails! Starts at Wandi Community Center grounds (Magenup equestrian Center), there is plenty of parking for floats, and some yards for horses. Access is through some gates at the rear of the equestrian center, where your horse has to step over a low pole as it goes through the gate, to prevent motorcycle access. the tracks are sand most of the way so great if you fall off, or want to increase your horses fitness level. Lots of Kangaroos at dusk and dawn, bandicoots and rabbits. Bird life is everywhere. Very dusty in the summer, but great in winter. Low lying bush most of the way. Not difficult to find your way around as its bordered by major roads, so just follow the fire breaks homeward when you have had enough. There is a drainage ditch to cross, but it never has water in it. Just a rabbit proof fence to open and close before the ditch, then you are in open trails from there. These trails have paths that lead all the way to Darling downs. They cross several busy roads, but have equestrian crossing areas and a tunnel under the Tonkin Highway. You need to come out at the Pony Place end to find the trail to Nicolson Road crossing. That trail is on the unsealed extension of pony place. Lovely easy track with very little elevation. There is a place to buy food at the cornere of Nicolson and Thomas road, the horses have to stay in the reserve, but there is a stepping stone to help humans get over the fence so you can get your lunch or a drink. Good food there.

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