Mt Lennard aka Pile Rd
Wellington Forest, WA

At a Glance

Trail Overview

Fire road

Riding Styles

XC / Trail


Green (Easy) Blue (More difficult)

The Mount Lennard Mountain bike area, known by everyone locally as the Pile Rd trails, contains approximately 40km of trails of varying difficulties for mountain bikers of all levels.

The trails tightly weave through the mature jarrah forest, and granite outcrops to provide spectacular views of the lower Collie River Valley. The valley supports unspoiled vegetation, indicative of the cool, damp, microclimate providing habit for marron, kangaroos, cockatoos, many of our native marsupials and over 300 varieties of colorful wildflowers.

The local Noongar, which literally means man, believe that the Collie River Valley is connected to Ngarngungudditj Walgu. This mythical snake like being is said to have come from the north east and created the Collie River, the hills of the Collie River Valley and the Leschenault inlet, before traveling back up the Collie River to rest at Minninup Pool.

More information, free maps etc check out the WAMBA website:

Finding the Trail Head

Flow Nation

There are two car parks, both just to the north of Piled Rd when heading east from Bunbury/Dardanup.

The bottom car park is opposite the Wild Bull Brewery. The top car park about 4km further along the road. Both are signposted.