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Gahnia and Serrata mountain bike trails

Garigal National Park

Overview

Jump on your bike and explore Gahnia and Serrata mountain bike trails in Garigal National Park, a short drive from Sydney’s CBD. The purpose built trails are the perfect place to challenge yourself.

Where
Garigal National Park
Distance
6.5km of trails
Time suggested
1hr 30min
Grade
Hard. Suitable for experienced mountain bike riders.
Price
Free
Opening times

Gahnia and Serrata mountain bike trails are open from sunrise to sunset.

Please note

Mountain biking in Sydney’s North is taken to the next level with these 2 hand-built single tracks in picturesque Garigal National Park. Nestled in the upper reaches of Bantry Bay, the challenging Gahnia and Serrata mountain bike trails are filled with technical sections and multiple line choices.

You can test your skills on the first 50m, and easily return to nearby shared-use trails if you’re not quite ready. 

Serrata mountain bike trail starts from Currie Road trail, where you’ll roll over unique sandstone features before descending 1.5km through tall eucalypts. Then get the heart pumping with a steep uphill climb on Cook Street trail to make this a 2.85km loop. 

Why not make a day of it and ride over to Gahnia mountain bike trail, which winds 2.25 km through thick forest before connecting with Engravings trail for the ride back to Bantry Bay Road.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

 

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Park info

  • in Garigal National Park in the Sydney and surrounds region
  • Garigal National Park is open 6am to 6.30pm (8pm during daylight savings) but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.

  • Park entry fees:

    $8 per vehicle per day applies at Davidson Park only. There are coin-operated or credit card pay and display machines. Bus: $4.40 per adult, $2.20 per child (per day).

    Daily entry fee exemption for teachers and educational supervisors (1 adult per 10 children) applies only for organised and pre-arranged group bookings.

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