La Larr Ba Gauwa Park
Pronunciation / " Lah Larr Ba Gower " /
A short ride from the village of Harcourt. 5 minutes off the Calder freeway in Central Victoria. Just over an hour from Melbourne.
Its cultural significance and an historic forest of oaks are preserved inside one of Victoria's newest and greatest collections of mountain bike trails.
An idyllic location for picnics, meandering walks and exploring with the kids.
Harcourt Mountain Bike Trails
34 kilometres of cross-country mountain bike trails, with stunning views and unique rock features.
RIDE THE HARCOURT MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS
Ease in—a surfaced bike path from Harcourt township, an orientation loop at the trail head, and a quality green circle mountain bike trail as our #1.
Then, it gets interesting—7 more advanced (blue square) trails stretching from the park's northern reaches to its southern limit.
Picturesque challenges—3 black diamond (very difficult) trails, with narrow widths, widely variable surfaces, significant obstacles and stunning views.
CAR PARKING FOR MTB RIDERS
Driving in to ride the Harcourt Mountain Bike Trails at La Larr Ba Gauwa?
Park the car in Harcourt township, opposite the CFA, then get on your bike for a warm-up cycle to La Larr Ba Gauwa Park.
The purpose-built off-road bike path begins at the intersection of Market Street and High Street, it runs up to and along Picnic Gully Road right to the trailhead.
While riding through the residential patch, take it slow and take care. For a couple of blocks there, the pathway is shared with pedestrians. There are kids, cars and other concerns, so be a good citizen.
There is no car parking provided for bike riders at La Larr Ba Gauwa Park.