Trucks will be accessing the park via the Endicott Loop entrance in September and October, so please obey any signage/instructions.
Park at gravel turn-off on Cape Naturaliste Road opposite Endicott Loop or access via Dunsborough & Districts Country Club trails
Technical single-track and flow
5km XC loop and 5+ descents; joins on to DDCC trail network
Around 1 hour (loads more if you head into the DDCC trail network)
XC, Trail or Enduro
Now new and improved! Featuring WA's famously loose pea-gravel surface, tight and windy trails, wildflowers, wildlife and some great views, the Meelup trails have long been Dunsborough's mountain biking secret.
Consistently featured as part of the closing stage of the Cape to Cape race, the twisty trails feature a variety of log and rock obstacles (with easier B-line bypasses). The surface can get extremely loose, especially in dryer conditions - bring your cornering game if riding at pace.
The trails were recently reshaped by Kalamunda's The Trail Builders. New maps are coming soon - if needed, try to hook up with a local rider for guidance, or drop in at the BikeShed for a chat and advice. There are more upgrades planned, so watch this space.
NOTE: THIS AREA IS AFFECTED BY PHYTOPHTHORA DIEBACK. PLEASE RINSE YOUR BIKE AFTER RIDING TO PREVENT SPREADING IT TO OTHER AREAS.
Beam Me Up Scotty / Green
A gentle single-track climb from the Endicott Loop carpark to the start of all the fun.
Brown Street / Blue
A revamped local classic, this XC loop has three fun descents (see below), with a mixture of old school single track and new bike park style jumps. It also has 2 black diamond alternative lines.
Vertically Challenged / Green
A short link trail from the trail head to more fun (Happy Miles and OMDB).
Happy Myles / Black
A black diamond trail with various types of large jumps, two 1 metre non rollable 'drop-offs' and a long rock garden.
OMDB / Blue
A flow trail with numerous and various types of rollable jumps linked by fun, fast bermed corners.
Black & Blue / Blue + Black
Two trails in one. A blue trail with a black heart, this is a great progression trail providing options to cross over to the dark side.
Child's Play / Green
Rated as a green trail, it has the soul of a blue flow trail. Children and adults will enjoy this trail as all the features are easily negotiated by bikes and people of all sizes. The features are designed to allow the big kids to have some fun as well.
No Freakin' Ikea / Blue
The first descent in the Brown Street loop is full of 'old school' features with a few new additions adding to the fun.
Ivan Rocks / Blue
The second descent in Brown Street continues the mixture of 'old school' single track with bike park style, berms and jumps. Includes a black diamond option through a huge pile of rocks with a ‘drop-off' exit.
Shane's Descent / Blue
This is the third descent in Brown Street and may be the best (just ask Shane). It has a black diamond option at the beginning, an old rock drop feature which has claimed many a victim. Beyond this the trail is fast, lumpy and fun.