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Booyeembara Park Mountain Bike Trails

31 May 2023

Fremantle’s new mountain bike park is now open! Booyeembara Park is Western Australia’s first micro down-hill trail, featuring two 400m long downhill trails for intermediate and experienced riders, plus a pump track for beginners.

Located in picturesque Booyeembara Park, you’ll find a trail hub area with two shelters and seating, and a new informal parking area, giving you a place to rest and appreciate nature, including native Australian plants and wildlife, when you’re not riding.

The trails have already attracted a lot of attention from riders and locals, and have been hugely popular among people of all ages.

Three riders complete a jump at Booyeembara Park Mountain Bike Trail, Fremantle, Perth, Western Australia


Advanced riders with good technical skills

Not for the faint-hearted, the black trail features a wooden wall ride, step ups, step downs, drops, shark fins, tabletops and a large step on/off platform. This trail has non-optional black features that require advanced jumping skills.


Intermediate riders with some technical skills

A fast and flowy blue jump line for intermediate riders, with large tabletops, shark fins, hip jumps, berms and rollers.



Riders can refine their skills on the pump track, which is like a skate park for mountain bikes where riders can practice before building up to the trails. Scooters can also go on the pump track (they must not be used on the trails).

Click here to view the trail design.


The mountain bike trails are located within the eastern section of Booyeembara Park at 94 Stevens Street, White Gum Valley.

These Perth trails are a great way for Western Australians and visitors to experience the adventure and riding that comes naturally to Australia's South West. Whether you’re a casual rider and serious mountain biker, if you loved the Booyeembara Park trails, you can also take on WA’s network of regional trails amongst wildflower country and stunning forests.


The new landscaping includes shelters, seating, drink fountain, bike parking, and lots of new trees, as well as integration with the adjacent six seasons garden, while lookout nodes provide views at key sections of the trails for great photo opportunities.

Toilets and barbecue facilities are available at Sullivan Hall.


Parking is available within Boo Park, including informal ACROD bays for adaptive riders. Find more parking along Stevens Street, which is also used by Sullivan Hall (across the road).

Rider at Booyeembara Park Mountain Bike Trail against big blue Fremantle sky in Perth, Western Australia