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Munda Biddi Trail
The Munda Biddi Trail is the world's longest off-road cycle trail
Munda Biddi, means "path through the forest” in the Noongar (Aboriginal) language. Over 1000 kilometres in length from Mundaring in the Perth Hills to Albany on the south coast, the Munda Biddi Trail passes through the heart of the scenic south west of Western Australia.
The Munda Biddi Trail caters to all ages and interests. The trail is easily accessible by car, so you can begin your journey wherever it is convenient. Some sections of the trail offer gentle, flat cycle ways suitable for families, while other sections offer loops and spurs for those who enjoy a challenge. And because the trail is predominantly off-road, you can enjoy the scenery while you safely cycle through the forest on the dirt track.
The majority of the Munda Biddi Trail uses off-road tracks, including gravel roads, fire trails, and old railway formations, as it meanders through forests and farmland.
The only coastal sections of the entire trail are to be found in Denmark, making it the ideal base from which to begin your Munda Biddi adventure. Enjoy a 3 week cycle adventure staying in the purpose built campsites along the way, or travel in comfort on day rides while staying the comfort of Denmark's numerous accommodation venues.
Keen to explore the Munda Biddi Trail? The Denmark Visitor Centre hires hybrid mountain bikes for adults, and has a range of children's bikes for different ages. Find out more about our bike hire.
Want more information?
If you want to know more about the Munda Biddi Trail, including track conditions and diversions, track transfers, guided and self-guided walks, and how to prepare for the trip of a lifetime, contact the friendly staff on the tour desk in the Denmark Visitor Centre. You can also contact the
Munda Biddi Trail Foundation, which is an incorporated not-for-profit community based organisation established to provide support for the management, maintenance and marketing of the Munda Biddi Trail. For more information about the trails in Denmark, we recommend Follow My Ride.