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Wesco Road, Nowergup. 45km (45 minutes) north of Perth.
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About Pinjar Family Trail, Wanneroo
The circuit winds its way through the pine plantations and can be ridden as a 3km or 6km loop. It has a firm clay surface and is regularly maintained. The trail starts and finishes at Pinjar’s eastern car park set in an attractive pine forest and there is plenty of room for picnic tables and chairs.
The Family Trail has been constructed to suit novice riders and family groups. More advanced riders are welcome to ride the trail but must do so slowly and carefully in order to protect other riders and the trail surface itself. Aggressive riding is not encouraged on this circuit. All riders need to be aware of the trees that are often close to the trail and the potential for changed surface conditions including exposed roots or fallen trees.
This is one of several trails in the Pinjar Motorcycle Area. All visitors ride at their own risk.
Be trail ready for Pinjar Family Trail, Wanneroo
Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.
Time / Duration
Time depends on which loop you do and your level of experience
What To Pack
Group E (Trail Bike trails) required.
What To Pack
Group E (Trail Bike trails)
- Full faced helmet
- Full protective riding jacket, pants, gloves and boots etc.
- Plenty of water and energy foods to last your trip
- Tools, spare parts, mobile phone and first aid kit
- Read the 'safety on the trail' and 'trail etiquette' sections on the Trail Tips page
Additional Useful ItemsFull motorcycle safety gear must be worn in the Pinjar Motorcycle Area. This includes – at a minimum – helmet, goggles, gloves, boots, long pants and sleeves. Riders are encouraged to wear all available protection including body armour, knee guards and neck braces.
Full details are available via signage at the Information bay as you enter the area, and on the RTRA web site at rtra.asn.au/pinjar.
Rider may encounter narrow, loose, soft, rocky or slippery sections and hills with short steep sections. Recommended for riders of intermediate skill level.
- Car Park
- Picnic Area
- Public Toilet
- Shaded Area
Best time of year
Road past the turn-off to Barbagallo Raceway then turn left into Wesco Road.
Prohibited ItemsAlcohol is not permitted within the area.
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