Munda Biddi Bike Trail

  • Departure:

    Thursday, 3 April 2025 Sunday, 20 April 2025 Wednesday, 7 May 2025 Friday, 3 October 2025 Monday, 20 October 2025 Thursday, 6 November 2025 Sunday, 23 November 2025 Sunday, 16 March 2025 Thursday, 2 April 2026 Sunday, 19 April 2026

  • Duration:

    7 Days
  • Cost:

    $3599 per person twin share single supplement) $570
  • Itinerary:

Looking for an adventure that’s tailored to your love of cycling?

Our upcoming Munda Biddi Bike Trail tour is the perfect option for those who enjoy regular riding. It is also suitable for those who want to experience the trails from the comfort and ease of an e-bike (available for hire). Plus, with the support of a vehicle, Tour Leader and no heavy panniers to weigh you down, you can ride freely and soak up the stunning scenery. Our team takes care of all the nitty gritty. From accommodation and transfers to preparing delicious meals, so you can simply pedal and enjoy the ride.

Book your adventure today and let us handle the details!

Your ride on this scenic cycling tour will take you along the iconic Munda Biddi Trail*. You will complete only the best sections of the southern end of this world-class touring trail over 6 days. Cycling around 40km daily from Albany to Walpole you will enjoy the sights and sounds of isolated coastline and the cool depths of Karri and Tingle Forest. Each night you will return to lodge-style accommodation in one of the quaint Southwest towns.

All you need to do is pedal and enjoy the ride, our team will do the rest!

*We complete almost the entire Southern section of the Munda Biddi Trail. Going from Albany to Walpole excluding a 25km stretch after Day 4 due to difficult terrain.

Difficulty: This tour is not fast-paced or designed for extreme mountain biking enthusiasts. But you’ll still enjoy some exhilarating ups and downs along the way. You will require a moderate level of fitness to enjoy this trip. For more general information on what to expect visit our Adventure Travel FAQ.

Did you know? Munda Biddi translates to ‘path through the forest’ in the indigenous Noongar language spoken in South West of Western Australia.

What Our Adventurers Say: Check out their experiences here.