Less than 90 minutes from the centre of Perth, the small forest town of Dwellingup has plenty to offer for all mountain biking abilities.

The pretty town also has a mix of cafes and shops for you to enjoy a post ride coffee and meal or if you need to cool down check out the picturesque Lane Poole Reserve. Currently, there are two marked trail areas, Turner Hill and Marrinup. Both weave their way through some beautiful forested valleys and natural bushscapes. Or download our GPX file of one of State’s best longer rides using the fabulous trails of the Dwellingup 100.

Marrinup

The Marrinup trail loop is definitely the flattest option of all of our trails and very enjoyable. It is the number 1 recommended trail for beginners by all of our staff. There are two a loop options, both with very little climbing and equally as fun. The longer loop offers the best beginner riding. This trail is also right next to the Munda Biddi so you can ride here from town if you are looking for a much longer ride (probably just under 30km round trip). There is camping available at Marrinup with a basic drop toilet. Dwellingup has great little cafes for food and coffee.

Marrinup Loop on Trailforks.com



Turner Hill

Turner Hill is a fantastic cross country single track loop. With a 10km loop and a smaller 4km option it offers plenty of technical challenges. There is also a small 800 metre loop near the start of the trail. There are several man made features such as ladders and tree rides that add an additional difficult option for those willing to give it a shot.

Turner Hill Loop on Trailforks.com



Southshore

Information will be available soon.

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Dwellingup 100 trails

Although not signposted, the amazing trails of the Dwellingup 100 have created some of the best longer riding options in the State. The ride combines Marrinup and Turner Hill trails making for a very solid long ride, that is easy enough to follow if you download the GPX to your Garmin. You can also use the Munda Biddi to link up the two trail networks.

Dwellingup 60 on Trailforks.com