The Munda Biddi Trail, at over 1060km in length, is made up of a variety of trail types; from unsealed gazetted roads, the odd bit of tarmac, plus fire roads and singletrack. The different trail types, vegetation regimes, micro-climates and topographies that make up the Trail dictate how often maintenance needs to be carried out.

The Trail is divided into 108 maintenance sections that are looked after by our dedicated trail maintenance volunteers a minimum of four times per year.

If you come across a problem, or multiple issues whilst riding the Munda Biddi, you can bring it to the attention of the Foundation by filling out this form. The MBTF will either inform the sectional trail maintenance volunteer, or the appropriate district office of DBCA, depending upon the type, scope and severity of the problem.

Munda Biddi Rider Trail Problem Submission

This form is for collecting details of Trail problems that any rider on the Munda Biddi may come across. The majority of trail maintenance is undertaken by volunteers, with support from the district offices of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.

Riders on the Trail can support the MBTF by bringing problems to our attention. You can report up to three Trail problems, however we would suggest that you submit this form at the time of encountering a Trail problem.