Marrua Track
North Turramurra, NSW

At a Glance


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Trail Overview

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Riding Styles

Cross Country / Trail

Grading

Green (Easy)

Mobile Coverage

Okay

The power line maintenance sections of the trail are pretty dull and are typically covered with what appears to be small to medium-sized chunks of shale. Not very rewarding with some mild gradient to add to the grind.

There are enough sections that allow some speed and minor technical interest to make it a worth while ride every now and then. Best use for this trail is to add some distance to your ride if you’re training for an event.

Note that the end of the trail starts to drop away into the valley so if you have some experience and a proper trail bike you could have a few seconds of fun before turning around and climbing back up.

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Finding the Trail Head

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Trailhead is at the end of Marrua Road. Can’t miss the start, but can easily take a wrong turn within 30 seconds.

A hard right just after the start will take you along the very straight and very boring main power line maintenance trail. Straight ahead looks like it’s taking you to the Gibberagong walking trail, but you soon see signs that show the walking trail veering to the left and the more clearly defined trail is the Marrua track.

A hard left at the start takes you past the back of a lot of houses to eventually link up with the trailhead at Gwydir Ave.

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Nearby Places to Eat/Drink

  • Bobbin Head Road shops

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