The Goat Farm
Greenmount, WA

At a Glance

Trail Overview

Fire road
Singletrack
Trail Network

Riding Styles

4X / Dirt Jumps / Pump Track
Cross Country / Trail
Downhill

Grading

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

Trails Maps Available From:

Trail Head

Facilities

Trails are well marked
Water at trail head
Toilets at trail head

Best Time to ride

Avoid the middle of the day in summer

Mobile Coverage

Great

Probably the most central trails in Perth, the Goat Farm is a totally designated mountain bike park, catering for all kinds of disciplines and skill levels. It’s within easy ride of Midland train station too, should you not want to drive there.

There are a couple of proper (though short) downhill tracks, cross country trails, a skills park and even a 4X track too.

The views of Perth are a winner, but there’s precious little shade, so evenings or mornings are the best option should you be riding there in the hotter months.

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Finding the Trail Head

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The Goat Farm lies to the east of Perth, just off the Great Eastern Hwy (94). As the road begins to climb out of Greenmount, you’ll cross over Scotts Rd. Greenmount Rise is the next turn-off. At the end of Greenmount Rise, you’ll find the entrance to the parking area. The entrance to the trails is clear and you’ll find a map on hand at the trailhead should you need some help navigating the park, or download the trail map here. http://www.wamba.org.au/maps/Goat_Farm_Map.pdf

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