Welcome Mountain Bikers
For the Wombat Forest trails and Central Highlands visitor — helpful guides and links to where mountain bike riders and bush walkers are welcome.
Local or visiting?
Like to join a ride? Check out Daylesford Bike Riders FB page.
Like to join a bush walk? Meet Fridays 0900 at Lost Children monument, Central Springs Rd, adjacent to Midland Highway.
Since 1999 we have mountain biked and run most of the 278km of Great Dividing Trail Network and its glistening partner, The Goldfields Track.
March 2019 the Great Dividing Trail Network welcomed the new edition of the Lerderderg Track map, Daylesford – Blackwood – Bacchus Marsh.
In a more easily handled format than the previous map, printed on Pretex water & tear resistant stock, this map shows both the walk route and the alternative bike sections. At 90kms length and 700m elevation difference, this is a challenging ride.
All these maps may be purchased from Daylesford Visitor Information Centre or online at gdta.org.au
Local Trail Maps
The Wombat Station trail map covers all roads and tracks between Eganstown and Wombat Station. Printed on Pretex, a water & tear resistant stock, this A3 size map folds easily for your pocket. Just $8.95 at Daylesford Visitor & Information Centre.
Free downloadable A4 pdf local trail maps are available at spacountryexplorer.org.au. These maps will be progressively moved to this website.
Ken Dowling as MapSport Cartographic produces maps for organisations such as landcare groups, land managers, sport clubs.