Trip Planning

DSCF0310(1).JPGDon't get lost. Plan your trip in advance.In general, the northern section of the Munda Biddi Trail will be the hardest as you negotiate in and out of the river valleys in the Darling Scarp. Don’t hesitate to get off your bike on the hills and take in the scenery at a relaxed pace.

If you have a smartphone, it might be useful to download a QR reader. There will be codes at Trailheads which will give you quick access to the website and helpful resources like the Cycle Friendly Business Directory - whether you need to find somewhere to make repairs to your bike, arrange last minute accommodation or simply want suggestions for places to stock up or grap a coffee.

Please see the following document about planning your expedition.

pdfPoints to Consider

Suggested Day Rides

The following day rides are classified by level of difficulty based on distance, level of terrain and surface conditions.Please note that distances marked below are approximate in km, roughly point to point


  • Mundaring/Sculpture Park to Mundaring Weir (8km) Map 1
  • Westons Rd to Brookton Hwy (13km) Map 1
  • Gleneagle Picnic Area to Balmoral (16.5kms) Map 1
  • Jarrahdale to Balmoral (great family ride, 13 kms) Map 1 
  • Marrinup to Dwellingup (5 kms) Map 2
  • Nanga to Bidjar Ngoulin Campsite (12 kms) Map 3
  • Logue Brook Picnic Area to Stromlo Road (15 kms) Map 3
  • Myles Ave to Lancaster Rd (through Yarri Campsite, 16 kms) Map 3
  • Collie to Mornington Rd ( 15.5km ) Map 4
  • Nala Mia Campsite to Claymore Rd ( 15.7km ) Map 4
  • Nala Mia Campsite to Willow Springs (52km) Map 5
  • Penny Road through Donnelly Mill to Gordon Road (15km) Map 5
  • Dentana Road (4km after Karta Burnu campsite) to Manjimup (22km) Map 5
  • Manjimup to Quinninup (43km) Map 6 (note there are three seperate intermediate stages within this section, 23-24km, 33-35km and 39-40km after Manjimup, approx 1 km each)
  • Quinninup to Emerald Road (20km) (note there are two seperate intermediate stages within this section, 1-2kms after Manjimup and then 1km before Emerald Road


  • The Dell to Pickering Brook Rd (14 kms) Map 1  
  • The Dell to Brookton Hwy (32 kms)  Map 1
  • Brookton Hwy to Gleneagle Picnic Area (24.5 kms) Map 1
  • Whittakers Mill to Oakley Dam (24 kms) Map 2
  • Nannup to Jarrahwood ( Sidings Rail Trail 26km ) Sidings Map
  • Pile Rd to Joshua Creek Rd ( 20.5km ) Map 4
  • Mornington Rd to River Rd ( 21km ) Map 4 
  • Willow Springs to Penny Road (12km) Map 5


  • Mundaring Weir Hotel to the Dell (8.5 kms) Map 1
  • Jarrahdale to Kingsbury Drive (15 kms) Map 2
  • Kingsbury Drive to Dandalup Campsite (19 kms) Map 2
  • Whittakers Mill to Marrinup (36 kms) Map 2 
  • Mornington Rd to Nglang Boodja Campsite ( 31km ) Map 4
  • Glenoran Pool, One Tree Bridge, past Karta Burnu campsite for approx 10km (Map 5)

  Munda Biddi Trail maps are available from the online shop.                                   

Return Trails

There are a series of return trails available along the Mund Biddi. Perfect for cyclists looking to get out and enjoy the scenery and then return to their car.


  • Marrinup Mountain Bike Trail ( 8 kms) Map 2
  • Waterous Trail (overnight trail) Waterous Map
  • Old Timberline Trail Sidings Map


  • Turner Hill Mountain Bike Trail  Map 2


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