Margaret River is a mountain biking haven.

With stacks of new and established tracks, it’s a brilliant way to get out into the bush and experience all the natural wonders this region has to offer.

To help maximise your time, we’ve taken some of the stress out of planning with this three-day itinerary. This will give you an idea of some of the very best places to ride, eat, and drink while you are making the most of the trails in the Margaret River Region.

Mountain biking in Dunsborough. Credit Tim Campbell.

Friday

If you don’t have your own bike that’s no worries, Bike Shed in Dunsborough have got you covered!

They cater for all riders, and their comprehensive fleet includes everything from hybrid commuters to entry level mountain bikes.

From there, head to your accommodation and ditch the bags. If you’re not sure where to stay one place we recommend in Dunsborough is Number 10 by Private Properties, a luxurious option straight across from the beach bike path that can lead you to the trails. There are splendid Geographe Bay views, an outdoor shower, garage parking, and a bath to soak in after a long ride.

Then it’s time to roll out the front door and hit the Dunsborough Trails. A $5 access fee at the Dunsborough & Districts Country Club will get you on to the trails for the next five days.

There are 25 kilometres of technical and rocky trails here, with 95 per cent of them a twisting single track and the rest fire access tracks.

Once you’re done for the day head to Occy’s in town for a burger and a cold drink, or grab some fish and chips from Squid Lips and head down the beach to enjoy one of the famous WA sunsets.

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