Munda Biddi Bicycle Trail

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The Munda Biddi Bicycle Trail was officially opened in 2013. This site enables you to give us feedback about the trail. You can tell your story and up load pictures, or take the quick survey - or both.

The Munda Biddi Trail is a 1,000 kilometre bicycle trail that extends from Mundaring to Albany, making it the world’s longest continuous off-road cycle track. ‘Munda Biddi’ is from the Noongar language and means path through the forest.

The trail winds through a range of different environments from Karri forest to flat heathlands and provides visitors with an opportunity to experience the wonders of Western Australia and the spectacular and diverse flora and fauna of the South West and Great Southern. As much as possible the trail passes through regional towns, taking riders into local communities where they can use various services and facilities.

The Munda Biddi trail expansion was in part funded by Royalties for Regions. Can you suggest other ideas for projects – in any region - that would attract you to spend time in regional Western Australia? Please tell us is the Stories section of this site.

This site will be regularly monitored and updated. Results from the survey will be published here when they are available.



The Munda Biddi Bicycle Trail was officially opened in 2013. This site enables you to give us feedback about the trail. You can tell your story and up load pictures, or take the quick survey - or both.

The Munda Biddi Trail is a 1,000 kilometre bicycle trail that extends from Mundaring to Albany, making it the world’s longest continuous off-road cycle track. ‘Munda Biddi’ is from the Noongar language and means path through the forest.

The trail winds through a range of different environments from Karri forest to flat heathlands and provides visitors with an opportunity to experience the wonders of Western Australia and the spectacular and diverse flora and fauna of the South West and Great Southern. As much as possible the trail passes through regional towns, taking riders into local communities where they can use various services and facilities.

The Munda Biddi trail expansion was in part funded by Royalties for Regions. Can you suggest other ideas for projects – in any region - that would attract you to spend time in regional Western Australia? Please tell us is the Stories section of this site.

This site will be regularly monitored and updated. Results from the survey will be published here when they are available.