The Munda Biddi Trail is a signposted mountain bike trail in Western Australia. It can also be done with a touring bike. In the northern part there are some steep and sandy patches where you will have to push. Mostly you ride on single trails and overgrown forest trails. The further south you get, the easier the trail becomes. A great route sometimes a bit challenging.
The trail starts in Mundaring, east of Perth and leads 500km to the south as far as Nannup. There are plans to extend the trail after Nannup as far as Albany.
The trail is signposted. I cycled it without the official maps which is no problem. Only you just newer quite know where you are and how far it is to the next shelter.
About every 45km there are shelters that where built for the trail. Here you can camp for free. These shelters are quite new and in good conditions. Sometimes there is no shelter but a village with a camping.
I found the 45km to be a bit short for a day. In the north I mostly did 1.5 stages per day. In the south 2 is no problem. Almost all along the route you could also camp.
Every shelter has a rain water tank where you will find water. About every day you will get to a village with a little shop where you can buy supplies.
- Official website: http://www.mundabiddi.org.au. Not much info, they want you to buy the official map...
- You can find these maps at bicycle stores and tourist offices