The South West region is becoming a mecca for mountain biking, cycling and even quad-biking enthusiasts as many of the towns invest in trails and infrastructure. There’s an outstanding network of trails that take casual riders and serious mountain bikers into the heart of the region's wildflower country and native forests.
With a Mediterranean climate ensuring ample sunshine and plenty of untouched landscapes, a biking holiday is sure to be memorable. Who doesn’t love the idea of biking in the morning and sitting down to a beverage or gourmet lunch in the afternoon? We’ve provided some of the top trails below, however we suggest visiting the Trails WA website for a full list.
For maps and help with finding the cycling tracks listed below, ask a local visitor centre.
The region’s longest off-road trail
The Munda Biddi Trail is a world-class, nature-based off-road cycling experience spanning 1000 kilometres from Perth to Albany. The mountain biking equivalent to the Bibbulmun Track, the Munda Biddi has sections to suit all mountain biking abilities. The trail winds through unspoilt river valleys and magnificent forests with purpose-built campsites and roomy camp huts along the way. Munda Biddi has made it into National Geographic's Top 10 Cycle Routes in the World.