Active Prescribed Burns
For burns that may be lit today, view the Active prescribed burns page.
For more information on fuel reduction, view the Prescribed burning page.
For information on Parks, Bibbulmun Tack and Munda Biddi Trail closures due to fire please visit Bushfire, Smoke and Park Alerts. Information on the closures can be found within individual alerts for specific areas.
Munda Biddi Trail conditions and updates

Munda Biddi Trail conditions and updates

Information below is updated during business hours. More up-to-date information is available from the Parks and Wildlife office closest to the area you are planning to visit. Up-to-date information on major closures of parks and recreation sites is available on our website or via our alerts app.

The Munda Biddi Trail is a world-class, nature-based, off-road cycle touring trail. Starting in Mundaring in the Perth Hills it meanders over 1000km through scenic river valleys and magnificent eucalypt forests of Western Australia's South West to Albany.

Occasionally temporary Trail closures are necessary due to maintenance projects, prescribed burns or severe weather incidents. If part of the Trail is closed, a diversion route will be marked and signage placed at either end indicating the length of the diversion. If you encounter a diversion whilst cycling, follow the marked diversion instead of your map. Check the current conditions in the area you are cycling by clicking the relevant map below.

Nyoongar people are known and acknowledged as the traditional owners and custodians of country (boodja) that the Munda Biddi Trail travels through. Nyoongar people have a deep spiritual, emotional, social and physical connection to country (boodja). Your respect of country is requested when you cycle the Munda Biddi Trail as this will ensure its natural and cultural values are preserved for future generations.

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