Mountain Bike and Cycle Trails
Whether in the Mandurah city centre, along the coast or in the forest, there are cycle trails and bike paths to suit all ages and abilities. Bikes can be hired from Mandurah Boat and Bike Hire, with cycle guide maps also provided, or Dwellingup Adventures who also offer guided mountain bike tours.
MANDURAH CYCLE TRAILS
Great for families, this easy trail gives you a tour of Mandurah including the foreshore, estuary, bridges, canals, wetlands and heritage sites. View the trail map here.
Mandurah City Loop
Location: Starts and finishes at the Mandurah Train Station
This loop passes the visitor centre, Mandurah Forum Shopping Centre and the foreshore with a variety of restaurants and views of the estuary.
Location: Madora Bay to Dawesville
Passing Mandurah’s foreshore, the coastal ride features uninterrupted ocean views from the Boardwalk Boulevard Park all the way to the Dawesville Channel.
Starting and finishing at the train station, this loop features parklands along the Coodanup foreshore near the Creery Wetlands with views of Peel Inlet.
View map for all cycle trails in Mandurah here.
Mountain Bike Trails
Marrinup Cycle Trail
Location: Old Marrinup Townsite, near Dwellingup
A fun, family-friendly, cross-country loop passing through jarrah forest. It is mainly flat, with a few gradual hills. View map here.
Turner Hill Trail
Location: Kesners Road, north of Dwellingup
A popular trail with numerous steep sections and harder obstacles. Includes a 5km shorcut and 1.1km easy loop. View map here.
Murray Valley Trails
Location: Lane Poole Reserve, Dwellingup. View map here.
Distance: 2.3km | Level: Easy/Green
Open rolling grade reversals, large cambered turns and flowing features on a wide smooth surface.
Distance: 1.4km | Level: Intermediate/Blue
Downhill flow with large natural surfaced features; table tops, step downs and step ups, rollers and berms.
Distance: 1.3km | Level: Advanced/Black
Fast with difficult features; double whale back jumps and rollers, steep step downs and rock gardens.
Langford Park Mountain Bike Circuit
Level: Easy to Advanced. View map here.
Various levels, distances and a mixture gravel and hard packed soil trails. Mainly singletrack with no torturous climbs or supersonic descents. A a purpose built XC circuit with some technical obstacles, switchbacks, jumps and a see-saw.
Waterous Loop Cycle Trail
Location: acccess points include Lane Poole Reseve, Dwellingujp and Lake Navarino, Waroona
Distance: 61km loop
Level: Easy to moderate
A great introductory ride for families and those wanting to get into overnight mountain bike trips, best ridden in anti-clockwise direction. Read more here.
Munda Biddi Trail
WA’s premier, ‘must-do’ off-road cycling experience stretching from Perth to Albany. In the Peel Region the trail passes by Lane Poole Reserve Jarrahdale, Waroona and Dwellingup. View more details here.
Please note: Mountain biking is a potentially dangerous activity. It should only be undertaken with a full understanding of all the inherent risks. Please consider your skill level and experience before choosing a trail.
Image credit: Russell Ord Photography and Josh Cowling.