Riding Regions

MTB Regions of Western Australia

Western Australia is an amazing place to explore on the mountain bike. From beginners to advanced riders, from tourists to enthusiasts….there is something on offer for everyone.

Below you will find an array of regions and locations that offer mountain biking experiences. These regions directly link with the list found on the Trails page.

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Perth and the Surrounds – Described as Australia’s sunniest capital, Perth is home to a blend of urban culture mixed with raw natural beauty. Where you can experience the WA Bush of Kings Park at the heart of the CBD, watch amazing sunsets over the blue Indian Ocean and other amazing adventures.

The mountain biking hotspot of Kalamunda is a 40 minute drive from the centre of Perth. With over 40km of fully signed singletrack, the Kalamunda Circuit is situated in both picturesque Beelu National Park and State Forest.

 

Peel – Wanting a quick adventure getaway from Perth? The Peel region offers any type of adventure, anytime of the year while being easily accessible from Perth. Experience adventures through the great Indian Ocean, across estuaries and through native bushland all in the same region. Find a gourmet surprise or a glass of the finest Shiraz.

Get out there and away from it all by bike and find all sorts of great tracks to explore.

 

Geographe – The Geographe region is located just over an hour and a half south of Perth. The natural beauty of the region’s green pastures and rich orchards contrast nicely against the urban buzz of WA’s largest regional city, Bunbury. The region is also renowned for its local fresh produce and the Geographe wine region.

Further inland, the region provides plenty of space for adventure, with numerous mountain bike trails in the national parks.

 

Margaret River Region – Just three hours from Perth, the Margaret River Region is the gourmet adventure experience. The town has a laid back feel that allows you to soak up experiences including world-class restaurants, wineries and breweries, beautiful white sandy beaches, majestic forests, ancient caves. The list goes on.

The region also offers many mountain biking adventures for beginners to the advanced rider. Trails that take you through majestic Karri Forests, native bushland and regional parklands that offer a mix of gravel roads and single track for beginner to advanced riders.

 

 

Blackwood River Valley – The Blackwood river valley is described as being naturally beautiful. With an abundance of wildflowers and award winning gardens, especially in spring, the region blooms in an array of colour. The clear night skies provide the opportunity to star gaze at beautiful constellations while the day can be used to explore the local produce and craftsmanship in the local galleries all tied together by the Black wood river.

The region is also known as a mountain biking location providing adventures throughout the historic towns and beautiful landscape.

 

Southern Forests – The Southern Forests has everything to offer. From soaking in the magnificent karri, marri and tingle forests, rolling vineyards, fertile orchards, natural cliffs to pristine beaches providing breathtaking views across the Southern Ocean. Stroll through the charming towns and discover why the Southern forest is known as the ‘gourmet food bowl’ of western Australia.

Mountain biking adventures within this region showcase the natural beauty of the landscape while paying homage to the local community spirit of each town.

 

Photo Credit : Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions

 

Great Southern – The great southern is described as the largest and most diverse region within the South West of Western Australia. Experience unspoilt coastlines, stroll through pleasant seaside towns, take in the sprawling agricultural lands and soak in the national parks. Also discover the great southern wine region, savour a glass of locally sourced wine or graze on the fine local produce.

The great southern region offers mountain biking experiences from those wanting to experience off road touring to those riders wanting to hit some Downhill adventures!

 

Ningaloo reef region –  renowned as WA’s underwater playground and is regarded as one of the last great ocean paradises on Earth. The Ningaloo coast world heritage area provides snorkelers and divers a like, the most incredible experiences.

More of a ground dweller? Then why not explore the Cape Range National Park to explore breathtaking views where the rugged landscape meets the ocean.

 

 

Geraldton region – Capital of the Midwest, affectionately known as ‘Gero’ is a sundrenched city surrounded by excellent beaches providing a multitude of water activities. The largest town between Perth and Darwin, Geraldton blends big-city sophistication with small town friendless.

Mountain biking in Geraldton provides the rider with the opportunity to get off the beaten track and discover the beautiful landscape of limestone, scrub and heathlands.

 

Pilbara – step back in time, 2 billion years and experience some of the world’s most ancient natural landscapes within the Pilbara region.  Explore the most amazing landscape with rocky canyons, dazzling white beaches and coral reefs. And yet, the region is also known as the engine room of Australia being home to a massive mining industry.

Mountain biking in this region offers riders the opportunity to experience the harsh environment whilst taking in some spectacular views. From beginner tourists trails to advanced technical trails, you can experience it all.

 

Esperance, Fitzgerald Coast and Nullabor – Located on the south coast of western Australia, the region boasts some of the State’s most beautiful yet untouched coastal scenery. Explore national parks such as the Cape Le Grant national park where pristine beaches combine with granite headlands meet with the WA Bushland.

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