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Mountain Biking Meelup Regional Park

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#32 of 50 mountain bike trails in Western Australia
#11319 in the world

Meelup Regional Park (in the City of Busselton) is approximately 577 hectares, extending 11.5 kilometres along the coastline from Dunsborough to Bunker Bay. It is sheltered from prevailing salt-bearing south westerly winds, and so, in many places, tall trees and dense vegetation grows down to the water's edge.
The park offers excellent recreation facilities among pristine coastal bushland and has a stunning visual landscape, due to its protected coastline and the stark contrast between the rustic granite outcrops and turquoise ocean.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
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Eagle Bay or Dunsborough
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  • justin70
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    After requesting an update on MTB access status:

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    Hi Justin

    Thanks for the email.

    Mountain bike riding is still prohibited in Meelup Regional Park as per the City of Busselton Property Local Law.

    Negotiations have been continuing in regards to a future mountain bike trail network; however, the project is a complex one and is currently constrained by an
    appropriate remediation plan for the site.

    You may be aware that 'zone 6' was previously a gravel pit and landfill area. The landfill area is a contaminated site and is being registered with DER, who need to advise on remedial measures to undertake to ensure the area is safe for public use and
    construction of a formalised trail network. This takes time and there's not much we can do at this stage except wait. We should have an idea at least by the end of the year (2015) what is going to happen.

    Kind regards

    Mandy Polley

    Environment Officer
    Meelup Regional Park Management Committee
    www.meeluppark.com

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