Bunnitj Biddi trail
(formerly 10 Mile Brook Trail)
Starts from Rotary Park and follows the northern bank of the Margaret River, past the traffic and footbridges at Perimeter Road. The Bunnitj Biddi continues on and crosses the Margaret River before doubling back to 10 Mile Brook Dam, where there is a picnic area. Some sections of the Bunnitj Biddi become flooded after winter rains, so there are two sections of 'winter route', recommended between July and October.
Wanang Biddi Trai
(formerly Darch Trail)
Runs from the Bunnitj Biddi trail at the Margaret River footbridge, crosses John Archibald Drive and ends at Andrews Retreat (formerly Rosa Brook Road). It is a 5.3 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail.
You can ride this with dogs as long as kept on leash.
Runs from the south side of Rotary Park, near the Hairy Marron, to the Barrett Street Weir. Be careful as it's a popular walk trail. Cross the Weir and return along the Bunnitj Biddi for an easy loop.
An excellent cross country loop, accessed via the Wadandi Track off Lears Road. Consists of some fire roads with a couple of fun singletrack sections. Most of the trail is easy, with a few simple features which beginners can tackle. The trail is marked by simple blue arrows affixed to trees.
A selection of cross country loops (no directional signage) on the eastern side of town near the airport, with a few route options. Mainly fire roads (some quite overgrown) with the odd section of fun and fast single track. Undulating with mainly short ascents and descents.
A choice of routes which can be accessed from the Airport Loop or the Bunnitj Biddi (10 Mile Brook) Winter Loop. There is no directional signage and the trails mostly follow old forestry trails which are quite wild. Will pop you out on to Osmington Road close to the Colonial Brewery. If you take the south arm of the trail, it will certainly test your legs.
Set in the magnificent karri forests 25 km south of Margaret River, the Boranup trails consist of some dedicated single track sections linked by fire roads. A good place to start is off Caves Road at the Vlam Road intersection. The Tunnel Run and Lord of the Rings are favourites.
Mountain Bike Trails
Recently expanded, the Dunsborough MTB Trails wind around the golf course, continuing up the hill towards Meelup. Loose and fast, the trails feature green, blue and black runs, with some stunning views of the ocean. There’s an honour box at the golf club: $5 lets you ride all day.