Here is our Work In Progress for future editions of our books. These are draft maps of new areas which in some cases have not yet been groundtruthed by us or vetted by land managers. Please do not rely upon these maps. We welcome feedback and suggestions!
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All of our maps of MTB venues in North and Central Queensland appear in our new guide "Where to Mountain Bike in Northand Central Queensland"
Mostly just a plan and few parts are open or ready to ride. Partly in Gladstone Region and partly in North Burnett Region.
Most of our maps of South Burnett MTB venues are to be found in our Brisbane Valley and Kilkivan to Kingaroy Rail Trail Guide
13km; not yet established and not rideable
2.3km of trails, which may or may not be legal. This appears to be a rare patch of remnant Hoop Pine forest.
35km of fire roads and 3km of singletrack which may or may not be legal.
Woondum State Forest is 8km SE of Gympie.
The Imbil Brooloo Rail Trail was opened in July 2019.
No part of this is officially open and some is leased for farming
The route of Neilius's once-was-annual pilgrimage
New professionally built single track in Noosa National Park
Deer Reserve State Forest SW of Kilcoy is a mixture of plantation forest and bushland
The Kobble Creek area of D'Aguilar National Park is near Mt Glorious.
Murrenbong Scout Camp is private land only available for riding during scheduled events.
Newly established grassed fire trails
A proposed rail trail which is not yet established or open or rideable
While the signage at Pooh Corner clearly states that cycles are permitted we suspect that this is an error.
Fire trails in a new reserve with gentle contour
6.4km of brand new machine built singletrack near Ipswich
Sadly when this already rideable trail is "improved" as planned it will be concreted at great expense, who knows why
Here is the 7km section between Flinders Plum Picnic Area and the Mount Elliott Road entrance. The red dashed lines are trails or roads requiring more research.
Here is the 17km section between the Mount Elliott Road entrance and Mount Joyce. This section has not yet been established; parts go through private land and some trails have yet to be built.
Re-opened at last and available for public access
Private land with downhill tracks available on a restricted basis
Brand new singletrack and lots more planned
Right in my backyard, this is a great ride, very flat as you might imagine
Brand new singletrack professionally built in 2019 and 2020
2km of singletrack developed so far
40km of forest roads
Brand new 1.4km loop in treed parkland
7km of fire road through the dunes - good riding
At last it looks like some progress is being made with the NRRT with $6m allocated by the NSW government for the Tweed Shire section.