La Larr Ba Gauwa Park is managed by a committee, appointed by the Victorian State Government Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water.
They're eager to answer your questions about the park.
The committee meets at least once a month, and the sub-committees do things in between.
Reach out on Instagram or Facebook, or via the form below.  
One way or another, they'll get back to you ASAP.




    Code of Conduct


    Mountain bike riding involves a high degree of personal risk and should be undertaken with care and regard for the riding conditions at all times.
    For the safety and enjoyment of all users, the following code of conduct applies:


    Ride safely

    Always wear a helmet and appropriate safety gear.
    Know your ability and ride within your limits.
    The Harcourt mountain bike trails must be ridden in an anti-clockwise direction.
    Inspect all trails, jumps and technical trail features before proceeding.

    Respect others

    Look out for slower riders. Be aware that walkers and horse riders also use the Park.
    Anticipate other trail users as you ride around corners. Let your fellow park users know you’re coming – a friendly greeting or bell ring are good methods.
    Stay within the Park boundaries and do not trespass on private property.

    Respect the environment

    Stay on the existing mountain bike trails, do not take short cuts and do not create new trails.
    Avoid skidding as it damages the trails.
    Look out for wildlife, including snakes.
    Take your rubbish with you.
    Keep your bike clean to reduce the spread of weeds.
    Respect trail closure signs. Do not ride on closed trails.

    La Larr Ba Guawa is in the North Central Fire District and closed on Code Red Fire Danger days.
    The park—including the Oak Forest—is subject to Fire Restrictions at certain times of year. Check the CFA website for details.
    For the latest emergency information, download the VicEmergency App. (Android) (iOS)