Erica Mountain Bike Park

This site may be affected from the recent weather events. This site is managed by Department Environment Land Water & Planning (DELWP). Stay up to date with reopening times and conditions via the DELWP Facebook page, through the “More to explore” app or get in touch with us via the contact form.

 

The Erica Mountain Bike Park is made up of two sets of trails carved out on either side of the highway at Erica. Starting in Erica, this thrilling park covers some 30km of trails with twists, turns, climbs and falls across moderate slopes. The south trail is Collins Siding, where the trailhead is on the western side of the Moe–Rawson Road, less than a kilometre from the village.

On the other side of town at Mill Park is another 17 kilometres of generally easier single track with Crazy Snake, Bones and SSS. Both trails twist, turn, climb and fall across some moderate slopes, perfect for your next mountain bike adventure.

Quick Facts

  • Nearest Town: Erica
  • Start/Finish: Start at Erica – and where you finish is up to you!
  • Distance: More than 30km of trails
  • Effort: Depending on the track, some parts are suitable for most ages and fitness levels with some riding experience recommended. Other tracks can be more challenging requiring experience and a good level of fitness
  • Be prepared: To take care to stay on the signposted tracks. The car parks are not official car parks but are still relatively easy to find.

Please note: This area is managed by Department Environment Land Water & Planning (DELWP). For track maintenance please contact (DELWP) on 136 186.

Getting Started

On your way up to Erica Mountain Bike Park you will travel along Moe-Walhalla Rd through the spectacular Moondarra State Park. With dense bushland surrounding you on your journey you will soon travel through the town of Erica, the gateway to the Walhalla and Mountain Rivers region. The town was established in the early 1900s to support the ever-growing timber needs of Walhalla’s gold mining industry. In the 1920s Erica became the centre of a thriving timber industry, you can still experience this history today.

 

How to get here

Take the M1 towards Warragul. Continue along and take the C103 exit towards Moe/Walhalla. Turn left onto Waterloo Rd and at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Saviges Rd. In 500m you will turn right onto Bell St. At the roundabout, turn left onto Moore St/C466. At the roundabout, turn left onto Moe-Walhalla Rd/C466 for around 29 km. Once you enter the town, take a right onto Henty St and then the first left onto Moore St. You will have to take a sharp right to enter the park.

If you need a map we have you covered – https://goo.gl/maps/m8Tg1dBaSV6TVZdWA

 

While you’re there be sure to check out

After your thrilling ride through the park, we suggest stopping for lunch at the Erica Hotel Motor Inn. Known for their famous “hot rock” menu, something you need to try out for yourself!

After spending the day exploring the beautiful town of Erica, you may opt for a night’s stay in one of our welcoming and cosy B&B’s. Silvertop Cottages are set amongst 12 acres of stunning forest offering perfect serenity in nature. If camping is more your style, you cannot go past the Erica Caravan Park. A popular choice for travellers with many powered and unpowered sites, cabins and welcoming hosts who offer wonderful hospitality during your stay.

We love visitors here in Baw Baw so come and visit us today!