Paralleling the famous Bibbulmun walking track, this massive mountain bike and walking trail will eventually reach from Mundaring near Perth to Albany.
The first 333 km section from Mundaring to Collie was finished in July 2004, and by 2009 was half completed with the 498 km to Nannup open.
For detailed trail information, maps and current trail conditions contact the Munda Biddi Foundation at the web link below.
Below are some of the major sections that follow railway formations. With the relatively gentle grades typical of railway formations, the sections below may be a good choice for those wanting to cycle a section of the Munda Biddi.
* Munda Biddi map number. Maps are available from the Munda Biddi Foundation (link below).
About one third of the distance will be on old railway formations making it among the longest rail trails in the world.
- Mundaring to Manjimup
- Southern Western Australia
- Surface – Compacted earth, Coarse gravel, Fine gravel, Sealed
- Terrain – Flat and undulating with some steep sections
For more information and a location map please visit RailTrails Australia.