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Marrinup Cycle Trail

 

Marrinup Mountain Bike Trail is a fun, family-friendly, cross-country loop, situated in the outskirts of Dwellingup. The track passes through Jarrah Forest and is mainly flat, with a few gradual hills and suitable far all skill levels. 

 

 

Getting There 
The start of the trail can be reached by riding or driving from Dwellingup Visitor Centre. 


Riding: Follow the Munda Biddi mountain bike trail north for S km until you see the signs for Marrinup Mountain Bike Trail. 


Driving: Turn left into Newton Street and travel up to the crossroads. At the crossroads, turn right following the signs towards Pinjarra. Travel along Pinjarra Williams Road for 2.5 km, then turn right into Grey Road. Follow Grey Road for 2.5 km, cross the railway line and rear to your right in the direction of Marrinup Camp Ground. The board marking the start of the trail can be seen approximately 200 metres up on your left. 


Facilities 
At the trail start:

Camp site, toilets and car parking. This is a remote area with no mobile phone reception. 


Bike hire and repairs: 
Dwellingup Adventures - Cnr Marrinup and Newton Streets, Dwelling up. Telephone: (08) 95381127 


Food and drinks:

The nearby town of Dwellingup has many options including good cafes, restaurants, food stores and takeaways. 
 

Side-Tracked 
Dwellingup is located within the beautiful Darling Range and nestled between the South Dandalup and Murray Rivers. 
Adjacent to the Bibbulmun Track and the Munda Biddi Trail, as well as the natural beauty of Lane Poole reserve, Dwellingup offers wonderful opportunities to relax, unwind and explore. 
The town is also home to the Dwellingup History and Visitor Information Centre, which houses a fascinating local history museum and fully restored, vintage Mack Fire Truck. 
The Hotham Valley Railway runs a regular tourist train service from Dwellingup (vintage diesel in summer and steam in winter). 
There is also a vibrant selection of local arts and crafts shops, a fruit wine and cidery, and a delightful tree top walk at the nearby Forest Heritage Centre. 

 

Munda Biddi
The Munda Biddi is an off-road cycle touring route that stretches 1000 km from Mundaring to Albany, with campsites along the way.
Dwelling up is the first town that the trail passes through after leaving Mundaring, making it a popular stop off destination.

 

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Notice to trail users

 

Many tracks and trails are subject to seasonal conditions, restrictions due to maintenance or wildfire and controlled burn restrictions.  This site provides general track/trail information but not the current status of the track/trail. Users should contact Parks and Wildlife Perth Hills District office in Mundaring (08) 9290 6100 for current track/trail information.