In the Noongar Aboriginal language, Munda Biddi means “path through the forest.” This cycling trail runs through miles of “jarrah forest”—from the local name for eucalyptus trees. The 206-mile (332-kilometer) section from Mundaring to Collie opened in July 2004, and two extensions will take it to Albany. You may encounter forest natives like western brush wallaby, western gray kangaroos, and brushtail possum.
Do you want to be one of the first people to ride the world’s longest continuous off-road cycle trail? The Munda Biddi Epic 1000 is the first officially recognised end to end ride on the Munda Biddi Trail. This supported event aims to celebrate the completion of the 1000km trail from Mundaring through to Albany. It is an exclusive opportunity open to only 24 participants.
The Munda Biddi Trail is a world-class, nature-based, off-road cycling experience. Starting in Mundaring, the Trail meanders through scenic river valleys and the magnificent eucalypt forests of Western Australia's South West.