Explore the most popular Mountain Biking trails in Western Australia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

mountain biking
scramble
22 days ago

mountain biking
29 days ago

Six senior MTB enthusiasts enjoyed the ride MundaringWeirHotel to Northam over night then return. A challenge for us Completed ride tired and happy.

Awesome trail for all levels. Love it wet or dry

hiking
rocky
washed out
1 month ago

nice trail for those with at least moderate fitness.

hiking
1 month ago

Someone said in their review that there are no dogs allowed- I don't think this is true. Along the whole trail there are signs saying to keep your dog on a leash and clean up after it. Plenty of gorgeous pooches spotted on their leashes on my ride today.

running
1 month ago

Ignore Alan’s review- this trail is neither on road nor full of glass, and definitely not suitable for a road bike. Not sure what his review refers to. This trail is a sandy ramble along the road side of the dune. Ok for running, though loose sand in parts. Better for walking, best for your fatty mountain bike.

hiking
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

We came up from a different carpark and missed the turn to go clockwise. pay attention and go clockwise or be prepared for the steep climb. recommend long pants as there's a few bull ant colonies establishing themselves along the route.

mountain biking
1 month ago

Excellent part of the Munda Bidi. Very well signposted.

This is the FULL Yaberoo Bajara tail...from Neil Hawkins park in Joondalup to Lake McNess in Yanchep. Awesome walk..well defined pathway with some beautiful scenery and animals...snakes and blue tongue lizards aplenty...watch your step.

running
off trail
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Great trails. plenty of exploring off the main trail.

mountain biking
bugs
off trail
over grown
rocky
1 month ago

Went for a ride on this trail with my Trek Roscoe 6 Trail Bike, it was an enjoyable experience. The main track is easy but still had some enjoyable areas to ride. The main fun is going off the main track and into the multiple side trails. You will find plenty of technical sections to challenge your riding skills, you will also find the odd jumps and gaps, but these are mostly off the main track.

hiking
1 month ago

Knocking one star off because almost the entire trail is near a busy road. We heard passing cars almost from start to finish. Other than that it is a great trail with constantly changing scenery. Bush flowers were abundant and in full bloom. We were the only hikers but there were plenty mountain bikers. Halfway through the hike there was a "poison risk" sign so I wouldn't advice bringing your dog along unless they're on a leash.

hiking
1 month ago

Super steep declines and inclines Not for beginners

hiking
rocky
2 months ago

Mapping was a little off due to erosion but rest was great

hiking
2 months ago

Great trail, I have been on the train many times in dry conditions and wet, love it either way.

hiking
2 months ago

Good trail. Not too challenging for hikers. Some steep descents. Nice views and a good spot for a swim.

hiking
2 months ago

The first 500 meters is a bit boring but hopefully it won't discourage you as after this it becomes quite nice especially with all the flowers blooming in spring. There are some great views and we were lucky enough to spot a goanna basking in the sun near the trail. There was a nice open area with rocks with a nice view. We didn't see any other hiker/walker/runner on trail but we did see 12 bikers. As a matter of fact from the signs and information board this seems like these are primarily mountain bike trails instead of hiking so we were a bit intimidated to go at first but there was nothing saying hikers weren't welcome or that it's exclusively for cyclists so we gave it a go. We did get out of everyone's way as soon as we heard them tho and of the 12 we only saw 7 actually on trail. So I'm giving this 4 stars as a hiker in spring. There are a few trails leaving from the same trail head so if you are unsure the info board there should help you choose with its details.

hiking
2 months ago

This was out first hiking experience in WA and we loved the trail! Some bits were fairly steep and rocky, a little challenging when going down hill, tracking poles would have been handy. When you get to the river crossing, if the water is too deep there is actually a short (about 100 m.) detour with a bridge over the river - just turn left near the water, you will find it easily. The whole area around the Rocky pool is gorgeous!

hiking
scramble
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

Good fun but we got lost!

hiking
rocky
2 months ago

Make sure you don't miss the right-hand turn about 400m after Rocky Pools or you'll walk in the wrong direction. Vertical pillar on left side of track has blue directional arrow pointing the way. Also strongly recommend going clockwise from Spring Rd.

hiking
2 months ago

only part of the Kep from Wooroloo to Wundowie

hiking
2 months ago

We wanted to do a shorter track with our dogs, so we went as far as we could without entering the National Park. Inclines were gradual the only issue arising on Firewood Road (see also the poison warning in the photos I uploaded) were lose gravel made me slip once walking downhill. We encountered a few (but only very few) mountain bikers, all very friendly and ready to go around the puppies. The shared path is quite narrow at times so keep an eye out for a mountain biker coming down the hill.

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