Our LOCAL trails
A natural XC area within the Mooloolah River State Forest (Meridan Hill section) that incorporates old forestry fire trails and newer single-track. Trails range from green to black through rain forest single track, Eucalypt and paperbark forests trails and incorporates big climbs and technical decents.
Beerwah State Forest
A network of fire roads that offer mountain bikers some easier but longer rides and can link other areas including Boneyards, Ferny Forest, Wildhorse Mountain and Beerburrum State Forest.
Ferny Forest (Ewan Maddock Wetlands)
A Green rated, one way trail that meanders through ferns and skirts around the Ewan Maddock dam. It is approximately 11 km long and has water and a toilet at the trail head carpark. See more information here.
A green rated, two-way, multi-use trail that goes along, over and past the Ewan Maddock Dam to Landsborough. From these trails you can also access the Dularcha trails. Lovely scenery, easy riding and can be started at the Ewan Maddock Day Use Area with Toilets and BBQs. See more information here.
Parklands has over 30km of twisty single-track that takes you through dense forest areas. Brace yourself for numerous stream crossings, rocky climbs, steep switchbacks, and flowing cross-tracks through lush green undergrowth and ferns. All the best trails are single-track within the fire road systems. Some new trails are great additions to Parklands and there are trails for everyone to enjoy. Check out the trails on Trailforks here.
Wooroi (Tewantin State Forest)
Set in a mixture of eucalypt, and sub-tropical rain forest, this trail network includes many XC trails, decent climbs, and includes some of the best flow trails on the Coast. Big berms, jumps and rock gardens keep most riders coming back. Check out the trails on Trailforks here.
Victory Heights (Gympie)
Victory Heights Recreational Trails are located within a 56 hectare (140ac) area of remnant spotted-gum mixed forest and seasonally wet gullies, located within 3km of the Gympie town centre. The site boasts an expanding network of purpose-built singletrack for mountain biking in addition to an established network of fire trail and other multi-use trails suitable for walkers and horse riders. The trail head and parking area is located on the north side of Bath Terrace. Check out the trails on Trailforks here.