Kiwarrak State Forest
Kiwarrak, NSW

At a Glance

Trail Overview

Dirt Jumps / Pump Track
Fire road
Singletrack

Riding Styles

Downhill
Jumps / Pump Track
XC / Trail

Grading

Green (Easy) Blue (More difficult) Black (Very difficult) Double Black (Extremely difficult)

Kiwarrak (pronounced Kye Warrick) State Forest features something for everyone with over 40km of singletrack a mere 7km from the Taree CBD.

The terrain varies from relatively flat, rainforest country to steep ridges and descents with the occasional rock garden.

If you look hard enough there is some North Shore style timberwork, a massive see-saw and a jump track which features two tracks parallel to each other of differing skill level.

Finding the Trail Head

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Head west along The Bucketts Way from Taree South, look for a clear, wide firetrail entry on your left which leads to a parking area in the forest or park on the grassed area outside the Bucketts Way Landfill (tip) from which the Manning-Great Lakes Tip Riders MTB Club got its name.
The trails are across The Bucketts Way from the tip.

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