Munda Biddi Trail is a cycle trail through natural Australian bushland, showcasing the best nature experience of Western Australia. This world class nature experience is 1000 kms from Mundaring near Perth to Albany in the South. The Munda Biddi Trail is officially the world's longest continuous off-road cycling track. Lonely Planet and National Geographic has named it one the world's top 10 cycling tracks. The Munda Biddi Trail is accessible from Louge Brook/Lake Brockman or Harvey-Quindanning Road for those that want to connect with it in the Harvey area.
To access the upper Harvey section of the Munda Biddi Trail (from Lake Brockman) simply join the track at the corner of Logue Brook Dam Road and Scarp Road in Cookernup
To access the trail from the Harvey Visitor Centre, turn left into South Western Highway, travel south approximately 1km and turn left into Weir Road. Travelling east, the road becomes the Harvey-Quindanning Road just past the Harvey Dam turnoff. From here, it is approximately 6.8km to the Stirling Dam turnoff. From this turnoff there is 3.6km of winding bitumen to the Honeymoon Road turnoff. This is where the bitumen ends and the gravel begins. Travel for 3.5km until another bitumen section begins. This section is 1.9km and then returns to gravel. Travel 3.7km and you have arrived at the drop off point for the lower Harvey section of the Munda Biddi Trail.
Munda Biddi means" path through the forest" in Noongar Aboriginal language.
Please note: No trail bikes are permitted on this trail.
Scarp Rd, Hoffman WA 6220, Australia