Bundadung Mountain Biking Network

Some trails begin just 800 metres from the hub of all things mountain biking, Tathra Beach and Bike, but those who prefer to avoid climbs can also start at the top of town and cruise back down in time for fish and chips for lunch. The trails have it all – climbs, descents, bridges, ferny gullies, ocean views, beach destinations and local wildlife.

Steeped in Aboriginal history, the Bundadung Mountain Biking Network was built by Tathra Beach and Bike staff, volunteers from Bega Aboriginal Lands Council (BALC) and the Tathra community. The name Bundadung, is an Aboriginal word for wombat. One challenging track is named after the yeti-like Doolagharl said to still live here.

The Bundadung network is home to the annual Tathra Enduro (April 12 and 13), which has a cult following for families and serious competitors alike.

Be sure to visit Tathra Beach and Bike, to chat to the locals who built the track, see what conditions are like, grab maps, hire gear and find out more about the Enduro, on April 12 and 13, 2014.

See trail map here.