NSW State forest are ready for you
The extensive network of roads through State forests in NSW provides the enthusiastic mountain bike rider with plenty of opportunities for an easy or more challenging ride.
A network of trails has been developed in Bondi State Forest near Bombala, while closer to Sydney the State forests of the Southern Highlands are popular for a pine forest adventure.
Before you visit
Take a look at important information when visiting state forests for tips on safety and sustainable recreation.
Remember, permits are required from Forestry Corporation for commercial activities and most organised events in State forests.
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Includes: Armidale Forest Park
Includes: Paddy's River Dam; Blowering Dam Foreshore (currently closed); Hume and Hovell Walking track; Pilot Hill Arboretum; Paling Yards
Includes: Tooloom Forest Drive
Includes: Bermagui Picnic Area
Includes: Bodalla Forest Rest Area; Kianga Rainforest Walk; Wagonga Scenic Drive
Includes: Bondi Forest Lodge
Includes: Big Bit Lookout
Includes: Braemar roadside rest area
Includes: Crooked Creek Picnic area
Includes: Mountain Biking in Glenwood State Forest
Includes: Mountain Biking in Lidsdale State Forest
Includes: Nundle Forest Way; Ponderosa Park
Includes: Abbotts Falls; Casuarina; Rock Lily; The Basin; The Pines Camping Area; The Pines Walking Trail; The Pines Picnic Area; Turpentine; Old Mill Picnic Area; Olney Headquarters
Includes: Includes: Forest Sky Pier, Sealy Lookout, Korora Lookout, Halfway Picnic Point.; Sealy Lookout
Includes: TreeTop Adventure Park; Dedicated mountain biking track
Includes: Toonumbar Forest Drive
Includes: Urbenville Forest Park