Rover Task Force - Trail Maintenance Projects for 2023/24

With the Munda Biddi Trail about to be in full-bloom were looking for some enthusiastic Trail volunteers to join our RTF projects. With the support of our dedicated Area leaders and Sectional volunteers, we've identified six trail maintenance projects for Spring/Summer 2023 and early into 2024.

There will be one Trail project per month, with the purpose of these projects to improve the Trail and engage our sectional volunteer trail community.These project days are as much about the social aspect, as the maintenance activity.

Each project group will require 4-10 volunteers  and you'll help us address trail issues such as water drainage, erosion and vegetation control. The projects will range from single day projects to multi-day jobs (2-3 days) with overnight stay.

You don't have to stick to your section, your welcome to sign up for any project.

Please choose the project below that suits your schedule the best.

Multi-day projects such as those from Area 3 to Area 5 of the Trail (Quinninup-Albany) will include local accommodation or camping at the Munda Biddi campsites. Each project will be completed with a social dinner at the local pub or cafe to celebrate a great team effort.

If you would like to be involved, meet some friendly section volunteers in one or more of these projects, please register using the below link.


September 16th SAT - Area 1 Section 2 - Dell Section Repair

October 17- 18th WED-THUR  - Area 2 Section 31 - Corridor + Trail Floor Overgrowth
November 17th-19th FRI-SUN - Area 3 Section 57 - Quinninup Switchback restoration 
December - 7th-10th FRI-SUN - Area 5 Section 97 - Trail Clearing + Jinung Campsite cleanup (Albany/Elleker area)
February - 10th SAT - Area 1 Section 24 - Erosion Management 
March - 22-24th FRI-SAT - Area 4  - Vegetation Management 

Register here.

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What if I can only attend one or two days of a multi-day project?

You can still register and attend a project even if you cannot be there for the entire project. The more hands the better. Simply let us know once you register so we can make a note.

Do I need any advanced trail maintenance skills?

No, as long as you are physically able and a registered volunteer through the Foundation you are welcome to register for any project. 

What kind of work will be involved?

All projects identified will require the use of hand tools (supplied) and many hands. We will be fixing a number of erosion, drainage and other Trail issues. 

Will it be fun?

Yes!! Our volunteer project days are incredibly rewarding. It offers a great day out in the bush with other like-minded people who are passionate about off-road riding. The before and after feeling of improving a piece of Munda Biddi Trail is a feeling like no other. 

Where will our group stay during a multi-day project?

Our group will most likely camp in our beautiful Munda Biddi campsites depending on location and proximity to our project areas. 

Can i bring a friend?

Absolutely, all they need to do is register as a volunteer via our Volunteer Form and then register for a project. 

I have registered, what now?

Fantastic! A detailed program schedule for each project will be communicated to all volunteers registered for that event one month out from the  project date. This will include project maps, tasks, contact list and a schedule of movements. 

Will I need to bring my own tools?

The Foundation will provide all tools necessary for the project.