Wylde MTB Trail
Wylde Mountain Bike Trail is open daily from sunrise to sunset, weather permitting, and is free of charge to ride.
Winner of the 2015 Premier’s People’s Choice Awards in Landscape and Architecture, and the NSW Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Design Award, the trail caters for beginner, intermediate, competent and advanced mountain bike riders.
- Entrance Range Road, off Elizabeth Drive, Cecil Park, NSW.
- Map of Wylde MTB Trail
- Open Hours: sunrise to sunset, closed to the public when trail is wet or during MTB events. Always check the open status on our Facebook page, here. Fines apply to anyone accessing the trail when closed.
What's at Wylde MTB Trail?
Wylde MTB Trail sections:
Kids Loop - Small loop for beginners and inexperienced riders.
3km Loop - Single trail. Also suitable beginners and inexperienced riders.
6km Loop - Single trail for higher level of skill and fitness.
12km Loop - Higher level of skill and fitness
Jump Run - Two separate take-off mounds and many steps, for practice before hitting the MTB Trail.
Pump Track - Track mounds for practice before entering the MTB Trail.
Shelters and Facilities: There are two shelters, plus viewing areas. There are also three water bubblers and a bike wash down facility.
Parking: Parking is available in marked bays. Bays are marked by signs and symbols and time restrictions apply in some areas.
Toilets: Facilities are available at the trail.
Riding The Trail
First time visitors should take extra precautions until familiar with the Trail features. All riders under 16 years should only ride the Trail in the company of an adult.
All bikes should be washed down before arriving at the Trail and before leaving the Trail, to prevent the spread of weeds and soil diseases.
The trail is for mountain bikes only. Protective gear is recommended, and it is MANDATORY for riders to wear helmets that meet Australian Standards. (Check for the sticker on your helmet.)
All trails run in an anti-clockwise direction. Don't skid, cut corners or make new lines.
Only enter the trail at the beginning - do not enter at any other point. Follow the trail markers.
Keep moving. Do not stop on the trail, pull off the trail if you are not moving.
Do not ride or sit on the tops of berms/turns, and do not slide down them.
Mountain bike riding is a dangerous recreational sport and all riders use these Trails at their own risk.
- Please respect each other, take care of each other and follow the safety rules: see the Wylde code of conduct.
Need help? Our staff are happy to assist.
To report damage, dumped rubbish, faulty facilities or lost dogs, please call the numbers below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm: phone 9895 7500 and speak to a staff member.
Sat-Sun and Public Holidays, 8am-5pm: phone 0459 883 834 to talk to one of our rangers.
If you require assistance after hours, call our security services provider on 1300 732 874.
If you see anti-social behaviour or malicious damage occurring in the Parklands, call the Police Assistance Line on 131 444.
Injury or emergency? Phone Emergency Services on 000 (triple zero) or 112 from your mobile phone. See Emergency Vehicle Access Map.
The trail is about 3km from the Westlink M7 Orbital and 12km from the M4 Western Motorway. There is no dedicated pathway from the M7 to Wylde. Other gates and service roads around the Trail are for emergency services only and lead to fenced and closed areas.
Changes to WYLDE
To find out more about changes to WYLDE MTB, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page.