Jolly Nose Mountain Bike Park

Did you know the Mid-North Coast is home to a well-known mountain biking park?

Another hidden gem and it has something for everyone. If you enjoy cycling, then get in touch with the crew of volunteers and head to the park.

Jolly Nose Mountain Bike Club was officially opened in July 2017. It is located at the corner of Houston Mitchell Drive and Spring Creek Road. There is plenty of parking, toilets, undercover shelter and the starting point to access the trails.

Sixty-Five km of Trails

There are about 65 km of cross-country trails throughout the Queens Lake State Forest plus six gravity trails…totally blessed to have a huge number of different forests, catering for all levels of ability. The trails are graded by colour… Green – easy, Blue – intermediate, Black – advanced and Double Black – advanced and experienced riders only.

If you are starting out with your mountain bike, the 10 km loop which is green, and the 20 km loop is also green/blue. There is a ‘child friendly’ loop called ‘Gromm Hill’, a small hill and perfect for the little people to learn their gravity skills.

The trails are free for anyone to use, and for those who want to use it more than a few times, please join the club though Ozcycle Australia, which means you are fully insured for injury in any mountain bike park.

Hastings Valley Mountain Bike Riders is the non-profit club for the park, run by volunteers, simply to provide this outstanding park to all riders near and far. All funds raised through events, local business sponsorship and memberships are put straight back into maintenance and new trails.

Jolly Nose Club is a family friendly club and run a social ride every Thursday at 5.30pm during daylight saving, catering for all abilities and ages. What a fantastic way to wrap up your Thursday, meet people who love mountain biking with a cool drink and something to eat at the end of the ride.


Rocky Trail Entertainment bringing the Fox Superflow Weekend to the park April 5-7, 2024.

It’s an amazing fun family gravity event, and will feature the new ‘Booker’ flow trail which has never been raced before . The event caters for green to blue trails with around 300 competitors over the weekend, click on the link for more details.


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