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Pinjar

Pinjar is a large (300Ha+) area that is open to motorcycles and quads of all engine capacities.

You don't need a road-registered bike, or a drivers' licence to ride at Pinjar, but if your bike is not road registered you must have Off Road Vehicle registration (available from DPI) and you must wear a helmet.

The area is under the control of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation & Attractions (DBCA) and consists of pine plantations and open cleared scrubland. The area has undergone extensive redevelopment and there are now several signed and surfaced one-way trails. 




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Location:
Entrance from Orchid Rd off Wesco Rd  Pinjar.
Size: 314 Ha
Opening Hours:  Open every day of the year, except during Total Fire Bans
Cost:  Free
Terrain: Some trails are surfaced with clay or limestone, others are natural sand.  East of Orchid Rd is designated a 'Family Zone'; West of Orchid Rd is for intermediate / advanced riders.
Trails: * PeeWee Trail: Developed in 2010 for Juniors. Excellent clay surface, but vulnerable to damage so please - no full size bikes or quads, 1.3km
* Family Trail: Developed in 2010 for novice / intermediate riders.  New clay surface (completed October 2013)
* North Loop: Developed in 2011 for high intermediate - expert riders.  Sand surface, 4km
* South LoopDeveloped in 2011 for high intermediate - expert riders.  Sand surface, 4.3km
* Short & Curly: Redeveloped in 2014 as a practice MX circuit for low intermediate - advanced riders.  Clay surface, 1.5km. 

Condition: Excellent facilities for families and young riders.  Intermediate and advanced trails are graded regularly but have exposed roots and lots of whoops.  The entire area is rated as very good - and improving progressively
Permitted Vehicles:
Motorcycles and quad bikes of all engine capacities
Land Manager:
Department of Biodiversity, Conservation & Attractions (DBCA)
Facilities:
Two car parks.  One with good viewing of Pee Wee trail and access to Family Trail, the other provides access to the North Loop and Short n Curly trails.
Toilets - situated in the family carpark.
Go-Kart track opposite Wattle Ave serves food and drink

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FRIENDS OF PINJAR - JOIN NOW!

The "Friends of Pinjar" is a group of trained and registered volunteers working with the RTRA and DBCA to look after the Pinjar ORV area. 


If you have some spare time and want to put your skills, energy and passion to work then you can register your interest below.

 
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We are currently recruiting volunteers for the Friends of Pinjar. Love Pinjar? Appreciate that it's free? Then give us some of your time to help look after it! Register here.



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