Freestyle Mountain Bike Jump Park at Miller Road

Published on Thursday, 29 June 2023 at 4:17:57 PM

The Shire of Nannup has recently commenced construction of the Mountain Bike Freestyle Jump Park within the reserve bound by Mowen Road, Vasse Highway and Miller Road. The project consists of two downhill mountain bike jump lines and one return line and is part of the Nannup Trail Town Project.

The Jump lines include one intermediate (Blue) Jump Trail of 160m in length and an advanced (Black) Jump Trail of 160m in length, with a return trail that will see upgrades to existing tracks and roads along Miller Road including the Old Timberline Trail alignment.

In October 2022 the Shire of Nannup undertook ecological and Aboriginal and Cultural Heritage surveys. This informed the area for construction, limiting the construction footprint to within the highly degraded existing track alignments with minimal additional disturbance to the native bush. This project has been approved by the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) who are project partners.

The Trail Town project is federally funded through the Regional Recovery Partnership Program. It aims to support the tourism offering within the Shire, while offering a healthy recreational pursuit with an intent to connect the community with nature.

Please stay informed by following the Shire of Nannup Facebook page, sign up to our fortnightly Business E-newsletter on our website, look out for the quarterly newsletter Rest, Connect, Grow and read the Shire Notes in the monthly Nannup Telegraph for updates.

If you would like any further information about this please contact the Shire of Nannup on 9756 1018 or via email

Figure above shows the typical Freestyle Jump Park Imagery; sourced from the Business Case - Nannup Trail Town Development, below is the indicative map identifying the mountain bike jump lines under development. 

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