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Scapegoat, Goat Farm Mountain Bike Park

  • Less than 1 hour
  • 1 km
    • Mountain Bike Very Difficult

This trail is COMING SOON!  You can get involved in the volunteer build/repairs to the flow descent trail.

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This Trail will remain CLOSED until repairs and trail building works are completed by our volunteers. See below for how to help build this trail. 

Trail Start

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This trail start point is still being determined by the volunteer trail builders.

Trail End

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This trail will finish on the Convict trail when fully completed.

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This trail is COMING SOON!  Volunteers from The Goat Farmers & Perth Mountain Bike Club will repair this old trail and bring it back to life.  If you'd like to get involved, email Marg McIlroy at Westcycle: 

Scapegoat will be a flow descent. A minimalist style flow trail with long sweeping turns, jumps and drops.  This trail passes under the Legacy bridge.

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.

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(08) 9290 6100

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Time / Duration

Up to 30 minutes



What To Pack

Group C (Mountain bike trails) required.

Trail Start

This trail start point is still being determined by the volunteer trail builders.

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Trail End

This trail will finish on the Convict trail when fully completed.

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Mountain Bike

Very Difficult

Likely to be a challenging single trail with steep gradients, variable surface and many obstacles. Suitable for experienced mountain bikers with higher level of fitness and good skills. Suitable for better quality mountain bikes.

Difficulty Notes

Difficult (Black): Variable surfaces and/or steep gradients. Riders will encounter large obstacles and technical trail features. Recommended for experienced riders with good technical skill level.

Hazards & Warnings

Summer months (December to April) can be extremely hot. Start your ride with a full water bottle. Trail has a natural surface of granite and rock so caution is advised.   THIS TRAIL IS CLOSED FOR REPAIRS.


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 picnic tables in the shade at the upper trailhead near to where this trail starts.

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

Best time of year

mid April to October

Trail Access

Road, Train Bus or Ride

Prohibited Items

Dogs on leads permitted at the Main Trailhead.

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