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Munda Biddi Trail

​The Munda Biddi Trail, meaning 'path through the forest' in the local Noongar Aboriginal language, is a world-class off-road cycling experience. The Trail traverses Western Australia's Darling Range and Southern Forests through Eucalypt bushland, granite outcrops and unique wetlands – South-West WA is recognised as a global biodiversity hotspot, you will discover plants and wildlife found nowhere else. There are few places in the world where a 1000km trail could be built through an undeveloped natural corridor.

Starting from Sculpture Park in Mundaring, the Munda Biddi Trail stretches over 1000 kilometres to Albany on the south coast of Western Australia. The Trail is world-class, offering a nature-based off-road cycling experience to riders. 

Consisting of bush tracks and old railway lines, adventurers can journey though scenic river valleys and magnificent eucalypt forests. There are purpose-built camp sites along the Trail to accommodate cyclists.

Campsites

There are two types of campsites along the Munda Biddi Trail: the purpose-built Munda Biddi campsites (marked in green on the maps) and the regular forest-based campsites (marked in yellow). The vehicle-based forest campsites are accessible by car, but only have basic facilities including a bush toilet, tent sites, picnic tables and a fire ring. They do not include a sleeping shelter or water tanks, making them better suited to people with support vehicles.

Main features:

  • 1000km off-road cycling trail
  • Suitable for cyclists of all ages and experience levels
  • Twelve purpose built camp sites with enclosed sleeping shelters


Contact
Munda Biddi Trail Foundation Inc
105 Cambridge Street
WEST LEEDERVILLE WA 6007
Phone: +61 8 6336 9699 or 1300 654 161
Mobile:
Email: foundation@mundabiddi.org.au
Website: Munda Biddi Trail
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Opening Hours
Monday:9.30am - 2.30pm
Tuesday:9.30am - 2.30pm
Wednesday:9.30am - 2.30pm
Thursday:9.30am - 2.30pm
Friday:9.30am - 2.30pm
Saturday:Closed
Sunday:Closed
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