great family fun
Adventure In Nature
Both cycle trails at Marrinup and Turner Hill are nestled amongst the forrest where Jarrah, Marri, Blackbutt and Bullich trees are common. The distinctive Zamia Palm and the iconic Grass Tree or Balga provide protection for the Western Grey Kangaroo, Emus, Brush-Tailed Wallabies, Goannas and the occasional Echidna. Who will you meet on the track?
Marrinup Bike Trail – 8km Loop (Half Day)
The track starts and finishes at
the Old Marrinup Townsite. It is a purpose-built 7.9 km single track, suitable for all riding skills but ideal for the novice rider. There are gentle undulations with a number of easy technical sections and some beginner log overs all with a B-line (bypass).
Facilities available: Car parking at the start/finish of cycle trail loop. Drinking water and mobile reception are not available .
Turner Hill Trail – 11km circuit (Full Day)
A very popular, Intermediate trail with numerous steep sections and lots of harder obstacles. In addition to the full 11km main loop, there is a 5 km shortcut, as well as a 1.1 km easy-rated (Green) kids' loop. The flowing single track has plenty of challenging obstacles making it both enjoyable and exhilarating. The trail offers lots of shade and suits all riders.
Facilities available: Car parking and drop toilet facilities available at the start of the cycle trail. No mobile reception.
Wearing cycle helmets on designated roads is compulsory on Western Australia and highly recommended while track riding. No specialised riding wear is required, although closed footwear is essential in the Australian bush. Always carry water. Slower or faster riders may be encountered so please be courteous. The trails have a number of jumps and log overs. Ride around them if you are unsure of the bike’s or your own ability to negotiate them. Ride safe and have fun!