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  • 6 days cycling
  • 5 nights hotel /cabin accommodation
  • 5 Dinners
  • 6 Lunches
  • 5 Breakfasts

6 Days$2549AUD

Trip Code: MBA

Munda Biddi Trip highlights

  • Complete the entire southern section of the Munda Biddi Trail
  • Fully vehicle supported; cycle as much or as little as you like!
  • Visit Greens Pool, one of Australia's most picturesque beaches
  • Cycle through lush forests of tall Karri and Tingle trees
  • Comfortable accommodation and delicious meals each evening
  • All luggage transferred in the bus so you can enjoy cycling with minimal weight

The Munda Biddi Trail, meaning "path through the forest" in the local indigenous language, is a world class cycling trail in southern Western Australia. The trail weaves its way from Albany to Mundaring just outside Perth, traversing a wide range of forest and coastal landscapes. Through Jarrah, Karri and Tingle forest, along the coast and through 15 picturesque South-West towns, all up the trail is over 1000 kilometres long.

On this tour we will complete 207km of the southern half of the trail over 6 unforgettable days. Ride free of trailers or heavy panniers as you will be supported by a vehicle. Stay in comfortable accommodation each night and enjoy having all delicious meals provided for you. All you need to do is pedal and admire the unique and stunning Western Australia landscape; our team will do the rest.



Today we transfer towards Albany, a port city on the edge of Princess Royal Harbour. The trip begins with an 8:00am pick up in Perth (from the Tourist Coach Stand at 37 Beaufort Street, near the corner of James Street). We drive out through Perth's surrounding National Parks and State Forests, and inland through small settlements. With morning tea and lunch provided on the way, we will arrive on the south coast in Albany mid-afternoon and take a ride from the Visitor's Centre in Albany to Torbay. The ride is mostly easy going, with the odd hill. We check into our comfortable motel for a one night stay and enjoy an evening meal.

Meals:  L,D

After breakfast we get going for our first big ride. Our vehicle will transfer us back out to Torbay. Today's ride - Torbay to Denmark has a good riding surface with a few decent hills. There are plenty of opt out points along the way for those who wish to have a shorter day of riding; the vehicle can transfer you and tour bike directly to the accommodation. Our riding finishes in the town of Denmark where we will be staying for the next three nights.

Meals:  B,L,D

From Denmark it is easy going and a particularly scenic route out to Green’s Pool, one of Australia’s most beautiful beaches. There is then a long a long up hill section heading out towards Mt Shadforth, followed by a long down hill, to Scotsdale Road. The riding is mostly through farmland today. Again, those seeking an easier option, can shorten the day if they wish. At the end of the ride, the bus will be waiting to take us back to Denmark.

Meals:  B,L,D

A great day today! We will begin by weaving our way through some more farmland and passing one of the beautifully built campsites (don’t worry we are not sleeping there!). After morning tea, we start to head back into the tall trees of the National Parks. There are a few short challenging sections today which will test us, but it is all achievable. Again, those seeking an easier option, can shorten the day if they wish. The bus will be waiting for us at Nornalup Rd, to take us back for our last night in Denmark.

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we will be changing accommodation. We will pack up and check out before we head out for the day. Today we spend the majority of the day riding through the back of the National Park. Our ride today is simply stunning, taking us past Mount Romance through dense forest of tall Karri and Tingle trees. The Tingle tree is one of the tallest eucalyptus found in Western Australia and can reach the lofty height of 55m and live up to 400 years. In the evening we check into our accommodation in Walpole.

Meals:  B,L,D

Our last day of our cycling adventure! A short ride this morning with a few challenges, so it is no easy push off into the sunset. We are given magnificent views of the expansive Nornalup Inlet at Coalmine Beach; a wonderful way to finish this unforgettable cycling journey. There will be time to enjoy a hot shower and our final lunch together before we transfer back to Perth and say farewell. We aim to drop you off in Perth by 4:30pm.

Meals:  B,L


  • 5 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 5 dinners
  • Morning teas and pre-dinner nibbles
  • Professional cycling guides
  • Mountain bike hire including helmet
  • Emergency communications and group first aid kit
  • Transport from and returning to Perth
  • Accommodation during the tour

  • Airfares
  • Pre and post tour accommodation
  • Items of personal nature such as laundry and postage
  • Back packs
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel Insurance


Bike information




The Munda Biddi Cycling Adventure has a good amount of challenge, with mostly moderate terrain and not much in the way of technical riding. The greatest challenge “non riders” will be the amount of time in the saddle. The distances cycled each day vary, but range from 10 to 55km. There are some hills, some gravelly sections and some narrow trails on the route. This trip is graded moderate and is suitable for an intermediate rider. An intermediate rider is someone who can handle 3 to 4 hours of moderately paced pedal time each day, for several days in a row (although you can take days off from riding). Suggested preparation: In order to complete this trip we advise that you undertake regular cycling and mountain biking one or two times a week for at least three months prior to your departure. Doing a mix of other activities as well (swimming, walking, jogging) will help you to be feeling your absolute best and ready to get the most out of your Munda Biddi cycling experience. Cycling on a stationary bike is good but it's most beneficial to train on bike trails to get comfortable cycling on a variety of terrains and in variable conditions.

Departure dates


A discount applies if bringing your own bike. Contact us for details.
In addition to the World Expeditions deposit, you will also be required to pay an additional deposit of AUD$350 (paid in your local currency at the current rate of exchange).

Priceper person from


Options & Supplements*
  • Discount for bringing own bikeAUD$-100
  • Hire of bike rack and pannier (for standard bike)AUD$30
  • Electric Bike Hire (includes bike rack and pannier)AUD$120
  • Single Supplement 2024 and 2025AUD$420
*Prices listed are per person

Essential Information

Ready to book? Make sure you download and read the detailed Munda Biddi Cycling Adventure - Albany to Walpole trip notes which contains all the essential information you need to know before booking. Once you’ve booked, we will supply you with a Pre-Departure document which contains a detailed gear list and other important information to help you prepare for your adventure ahead.

Frequently Asked Questions

We leave Perth at 8am on day 1. With an early departure, we recommend a night in Perth before the tour for those coming from interstate or overseas.

You’ll typically start your day with a group breakfast between 6:30am – 7:30 am, then hop in the support van to get to the trailhead. We stop regularly for photo opportunities, drink and snack breaks but will always stop after a 1.5 – 2 hour ride for a delicious morning tea on the trail. Some days lunch will be brought to us and other days we will find a shady spot with a great view to eat lunch on the trail. The support van is usually close by in the late morning or early afternoon for those ready to rest and relax while the more energetic push on for some more great riding. In the afternoon there is often spare time where we can check out local points of interest, enjoy an afternoon siesta or go exploring. When everyone has finished riding for the day we head back to the accommodation for a shower, dinner and a few drinks to celebrate a great days riding.

This trip is graded moderate and is suitable for an intermediate rider. An intermediate rider is someone who can handle 3 to 4 hours of moderately paced pedal time each day, for several days in a row (although you can take days off from riding). There will always be slower and faster riders on every trip; in general we try to cultivate a strong group dynamic so that people understand it’s not about finishing quickly or logging as many kilometres as possible on the odometer, but about enjoying the riding and scenery in the company of other riders, and that may require waiting every now and then.

While there is no specific skill requirements for our mountain bike tours (apart from being able to actually ride a bike!) you should be comfortable and familiar with riding in a variety of terrains including gravel roads, small sandy sections and up/down hills. Our guides are experienced mountain bikers who will teach you the skills to ride with confidence if necessary however it will be more enjoyable for you if you already have some familiarity with a mountain bike.

The cycling is varied throughout the trip. There are some hills, some gravelly sections and some narrow trails all of which can be challenging. There is not much in the way of technical riding.

It is your holiday, so if you feel like a day off, it is not a problem at all. Most days it is also possible to ride a half day if you would prefer.

Of course! If you are electing to bring your own bike, it is important that you have a bike fit for purpose. This will be different for every person, as we all have different skills, fitness and opinions and there is no bike made for every scenario.

You will be provided with a helmet and bike on this trip.

You can either bring a backpack or pannier to put on the bike. If you don’t have panniers, you can hire these.

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Positive Impact Travel

By joining this trip you are directly supporting positive impact projects in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

We’ve offset the carbon emitted by this trip by purchasing credits that support important projects that address the UN’s seventeen SDGs, like reducing poverty, affordable and clean energy, reducing hunger, clean water and climate action.

Proceeds from this adventure purchase carbon credits through the world’s largest and most awarded carbon project developer, South Pole, which are invested into projects accelerating the transition to renewable energy sources in developing countries.

Supported projects are based on internationally recognised standards and are third-party audited. They entail a series of positive impacts on the ground, which benefit local communities and ecosystems, that are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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