Maydena Bike Park
The Maydena Bike Park is a gravity-focused mountain bike park in Tasmania’s Derwent Valley.
Since opening its doors in January 2018, it has established itself as arguably the finest gravity park in Australia.
MBP has hosted numerous significant events, including the 2023 Enduro World Cup, and Australian Mountain Bike National Championships.
- Trail diversity: With 100 individual trails, MBP has the most diverse trail network in Australia. With trails ranging from beginner flow, through to pro-line jump and tech trails, MBP truly has something for everyone. MBP has Australia’s biggest network of jump trails, which is always popular with our visitors!
- Vertical elevation: MBP’s 820m vertical elevation is unrivalled for a purpose-built mountain bike trail network in the southern hemisphere. Using certain trail combinations, riders can spend 1+hr descending from our summit.
- Convenience: MBP is a genuine ride-in/ride-out bike park, with all trails finishing in the heart of Maydena township. With a café, restaurant, bar, and all our services right at the trailhead, MBP couldn’t be any more convenient for those staying in Maydena! Unlike a public trail network, MBP has a team of staff always on hand to ensure you get the best out of your riding holiday.
- Community: MBP is not a ski resort, and is built from the ground up by riders, for riders. MBP has evolved into a community of locals and frequent visitors that live and breathe mountain biking. This core riding spirit has created a supportive, fun community, keen to share their trails with the world.
- Safety: MBP’s trails are designed to offer gradual progression for all abilities. MBP is one of the few trail networks in Australia with a full-time medical/safety team.
To find out more about Maydena Bike Park, visit their website www.maydenabikepark.com
Transfers between Maydena and Hobart Airport
Tasmanian Mountain Bike Adventures operates a transfer service, the Maydena Express. Great value for groups needing to get to Maydena.