The North Harbour Heritage Park and Mountain Bike Trail will close from March 1 when work starts on the precinct’s second access road and bridge.
The bridge construction will extend the existing Moreton Bay Boulevard over Raff Creek, in the location of the current access point for Heritage Park.
While construction is in progress, park access will be temporarily prohibited to ensure public safety. Read More HERE
Set along 6km of North Harbour’s beautiful scenic river frontage in the Heritage Park area, this mountain bike trail near Brisbane is designed for beginners, families and intermediate level riders.
The perfect opportunity for families to enjoy a day in the sun, the North Harbour Mountain Bike Trail offers a minimum loop distance of 2.5km. The mountain bike trail parking and set off point is a great place to start or finish your day, fitted out with picnic shelters, water fountain and BBQs. Not too far from the North Harbour Heritage Park Compass Centre where you can find toilets and additional water facilities, the Mountain Bike Trail is part of the proposed 1000-acres of open space at North Harbour.
The tracks are open 6:00 am – sunset every day. Find some information about the tracks below.
Beginners/families: Keep it simple on the beginners/family loop that has minimal obstacles (roots, logs and rocks) that is suitable for off-road bikes and basic mountain-bike skills.
Intermediate track: This is a more difficult trail offshoot that features several optional obstacles with moderate gradients and variable surfaces.
› Minimum loop distance: 2.5km approx.
› Medium loop distance: 3.75km approx.
› Full circuit distance: 5.25km approx.
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