Ingleburn Mountain Bike Trail

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The family-friendly track is designed with a range of jumps, berms and obstacles to help new mountain bike riders to develop their skills.

There’s a 250m easy loop for learners and a longer 450m intermediate loop for those who are ready for the extra challenge.

There’s plenty more to come at Ingleburn Reserve, with more upgrades planned over the coming months.

Current trail status 


Planning your visit

Ingleburn Reserve is an amazing place to escape and explore. Keep yourself, your bike and our track safe by being prepared

  • Check if there are any park alerts or closures before you go 
  • Trail may be closed due to wet weather or maintenance - please check 'Trail Status'
  • Check the weather forecast

  • Ask someone who is familiar with the area.

Check for any closures

Trail map

Green loop is the beginner trail and the blue loop is the intermediate skill level. 


Download the Ingleburn Mountain Bike Trail Map

Codes for Symbols:

  • S = Start
  • J = Jump
  • LJ = Large Jump
  • D = Drops
  • R = Rock Garden
  • BT = Banked Timber Bridge
  • BB = Balance beam
  • Red star = entrance/you are here

Translated Riders Code of Conduct Resources 

You can download our Translated Riders Code of Conduct resources to share within your communities on how to stay safe at the Mountain Bike Trail. 

Languages cover Arabic, Bengali, Hindi, Filipino/Tagalog, Samoan, Spanish, Mandarin, Urdu, Nepali and Vietnamese. 

If you would like a printed copy for your service or community group please get in touch with our Environmental Education Officer

What are the trail features?

  • 770 metre trail 
  • Jumps
  • Rollovers
  • Rock gardens
  • Berms 

What about beginners?

  • This track is suitable for beginners
  • The beginners loop which is suitable for learners is 250 metres
  • Intermediate loop is 450 metres
  • Shared loop is 80 metres.

Does the trail close during rain and fire danger periods?

The Ingleburn Mountain Bike Trail closes when there is rain exceeding 10mm and above.

We encourage you to plan your visit by checking the forecast and monitoring this webpage for updates on the current trail status.

During fire danger periods please adhere to the fire danger ratings and alerts.

Check fire danger rating for Greater Sydney

We've added some extra fun to Ingleburn Reserve

Since hearing from our community in 2020 about what you would like to see in Ingleburn Reserve, we've been working on a new Mountain Bike Trail near the picnic area.

This family friendly bike trail is 770 metres long and has two loops with jumps, rollovers, rock gardens and berms, designed to suit beginners or intermediate riders.

Bringing a lot of fun for very little impact on the reserve

No trees have been removed as part of these works and any vegetation affected by the construction has been assessed as ground cover that is in poor condition.

Are you interested in forming a trail group for Ingleburn Reserve?

Get in touch with us at

More improvements are planned

Later this year, we will be installing new picnic facilities including tables, seating and barbecues as well as upgrading the path network to make it more accessible to people with prams and wheelchairs.

Bush regeneration and general improvements to the bushwalking trails will continue to be done as well.

See all the latest information

We’ll be sharing project updates via our community consultation platform for you to monitor its progress:


Bensley Rd, Ingleburn 2565  View Map

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