Trail Facilities

Trail markers

Campsite sign postThe trail is well marked with two types of markers – those located on yellow posts and others on trees. As a general rule the markers are situated every few hundred meters, or when required at critical intersections to point you in the right direction.

Munda Biddi Campsites

Purpose-built cycle-friendly campsites have been built every 30-45km between towns. Campsites have a composting toilet, two water tanks, picnic tables, undercover bike storage facility, sleeping quarters for about 25 people, and cleared tent sites.


The purity of the water in the tanks cannot be guaranteed so always treat the water first. Purifying options include boiling, filtration and using purification tablets.


Remember, Munda Biddi campsites are campfire free in order to prevent bush fires and protect the surrounding environment for campers foraging for firewood. Cyclists will need to carry a fuel stove (or equivalent) for cooking and a warm sleeping bag and clothing for cool evening.


Car access points

All car access points are clearly marked on the Munda Biddi Trail Maps. Please keep in mind that all the campsites have been designed so that there is no car access available.

Other camping areas

In addition to the Munda Biddi Campsites there are a number of public campgrounds accessible by car near the Trail, and these are clearly marked on the Munda Biddi Trail maps. Campfires are permitted in most of these campgrounds in the designated fire rings, but not in the fire danger months (November – March). Camping fees may be applicable for some sites.  

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West Leederville Office

Our administration is now based at Cycling Central - 105 Cambridge Street West Leederville. 

Phone 1300 654 161 or 08 6336 9699.

Cycle Friendly Businesses

MBTF CFBsThe Cycle Friendly Business (CFB) Program connects cyclists and businesses on the Munda Biddi Trail.

Browse our directory of current CFBs or find out more about becoming a member





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