Goonengarry - TRAIL

Goonengarry - Trail, Mullumbimby, Australia

A bit of everything from Fire trais to down hill etc. Maps of the tracks are available from True Wheel Bicycles at Mullumbimby.

User Reviews (3)

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hill billy   Cross Country Rider [Oct 02, 2006]

great tracks............someone doesnt want us to ride here.
i want to know why.

the tracks are closed until further notice. sorry.

please avoid riding here.

cheers.

Customer Service

elsewhere

Similar Products Used: night cap national park
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wayne russell   Weekend Warrior [Dec 30, 2003]

First time for riders (FU23) 3 gold coast riders Cabbage, Hickys and Dave. A must before heading out is a stop at True Wheels bike shop Mullunbimby for your map and directions or you may get lost, as there are no markings once in the forest apart from some fire trail signs. A unforgettable experience of great downhill single and fire trail tracks some over 2km in a single run. ps some great views take your camera.

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Brad   [Jan 23, 2001]

It's a great area to explore, plenty of thick bush, awesome tracks, lung splitting hills (for those whose fitness is not any better than mine), and of course beautiful scenery (valleys, waterfalls, etc.)

It is a National Park and should be treated with the respect that our environment, especially all NPs, deserve.

The terrain has mostly a clay base and does not handle heavy precipitous activity and should probably be avoided unless you love adrenilan and dislike skin.

Customer Service

Pick you own, there are heaps to choose from but don't get lost (for those who have 1000's, a GPS may come in handy for first timers)

Similar Products Used: Moobal
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James   [Mar 24, 2002]

We had a great time here, despite the fact that it was pissing down rain. There are a wealth of tracks to explore, great views and you can't really get lost. Take a compass in case the sun disappears and follow a rough south bearing to get you back out of the park.

Customer Service

Follow the other bloke's directions. But note, though Goonengarry is a national park there's no real park border or any signage to indicate when you get there.

Similar Products Used: It's all new to me.
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