1.  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 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 off Wesco Rd  into from Orchid Rd – Pinjar.
Size:314 Ha
Opening Hours:Open every day of the year, except during Total Fire Bans

Two options for payment

Day Pass – $8.50 available from pay pillar

Annual Pass – $50 available QR code to scan on sign next to pillar or purchase online at shop.dbca.wa.gov.au

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.
We have a Map here:
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) on behalf of the State Government
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