Great news, we’re putting together maps and descriptions of rides around Dungog. The first ones are up now.

Find them here

More rides and tips on accommodation and places to eat coming soon.


Just a quick note that 15th and 16th April 2017, which is the Easter Weekend is the event date for the 2017 Dungog Mountain Bike Festival.

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Photos of the 2016 Dungog MTB Festival are here ->


2016 is gearing up to be another great weekend of riding and fun on some of the best single track available in NSW, all while camping under the stars only a stones throw from the town of Dungog.

Same fun vibe, crew and awesome track combined with music, good company, food and again some fun stuff for the kiddies, all together the best country weekend experience available anywhere in the world we believe.

The 2016 edition of the MTB enduro is happening on 16th and 17th of April 2016 and we have some exciting additions to the event:

School Challenge Saturday morning

Women’s only Challenge Saturday Afternoon

For both MTB Challenges on the Saturday Allen Shrimpton our Track Master has designed a different Track than for the open on Sunday with some more open sections to make overtaking easier and a little shorter so the Team can swap more often. Expect the average time to ride a loop to be about 20 minutes.

Giant Wheel Dinner Saturday Night

  • Under the stars in the heart of the Dungog Common
  • Giant wheel table formation
  • 44 Gallon drum fires
  • Music & Bar
  • Traditional carb dinner plus Steak / Fish option
  • Women’s MTB Challenge Presentation
  • Outdoor Cinema with Kids Film from 7pm
  • Carb option $15 and gourmet option $25

Sunday Open MTB Enduro Challenge

And of course Sunday sees the return of the popular MTB Challenge. Based on the feedback received from last year we have made a few changes, however the best fun stuff is still there like some of the most challenging single track in NSW with some great downhill sections any many new little surprises along the way.

To make sure you don’t miss out on this funnest of MTB Challenges and get your country fix at the same time enter now:

Plus we now have a family ticket to make it more affordable for families.