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La Larr Ba Gauwa Park

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Picnic Gully Road, Harcourt North VIC 3453

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  • 34 km of mountain bike tracks
  • Air for bike tyres
  • Undercover area
  • Toilets
La Larr Ba Gauwa Park features 34 kilometres of cross country mountain bike trails, complemented by scenic views and unique rock formations.

This Park provides an undercover area, seating, air for pumping up bike tyres, information signs, and toilets (a moments walk down the road).

For more information on the many different mountain bike trails throughout La Larr Ba Gauwa Park, check out

Harcourt's gorgeous Oak Forest is located just around the corner from here. 

An information sign at La Larr Ba Gauwa Park displays a map of the trails, along with the following text:


La Larr Ba Gauwa
Harcourt Mountain Bike Trails

The Dja Dja Wurrung people are the Traditional Owners of this Country. La Larr Ba Gauwa means "stones and mountain" in Dja Dja Wurrung language. 

Enjoy 34 kilometres of mountain bike trails that take advantage of La Larr Ba Gauwa Park's stunning views and unique rock features. The Harcourt mountain bike trails cater to riders of all abilities from beginners to advanced. 

Walkers and horse riders are also welcome at La Larr Ba Gauwa Park and there are many tracks, including the emergency access tracks, to enjoy. For safety reasons, horse riders and walkers must not use the mountain bike trails. La Larr Ba Gauwa Park also includes the Oak Forest, a lovely place for a picnic.

Code of Conduct

Mountain bike riding involves a high degree of personal risk and should be undertaken with care and regard for the riding conditions at all times. For the safety and enjoyment of all users, the following code of conduct applies:

Ride safely:
Always wear a helmet and appropriate safety gear.
Know your ability and ride within your limits.
The Harcourt mountain bike trails must be ridden in an anti-clockwise direction.
Inspect all trails, jumps and technical trail features before proceeding. 
Respect others:
Look out for slower riders.
Let your fellow trail users know you're coming - a friendly greeting or bell ring are good methods.
Anticipate other trail users as you ride around corners. 
Be aware that walkers and horse riders also use the Park.
Stay within the Park boundaries and do not trespass on private property.
Respect the environment:
Stay in the existing mountain bike trails, do not take short cuts and do not create new trails.
Avoid skidding as it damages the trails.
Look out for wildlife, including snakes.
Take your rubbish with you.
Keep your bike clean to reduce the spread of weeds.
Respect trail closure signs. Do not ride on closed trails. 

The Park includes jumps, drops and technical features and is unsupervised. All users of the Park do so entirely at their own risk. Mountain biking by its nature is a dangerous sport. The trails and various technical features have been designed to cater for a wide variety of rider abilities. Please ride within your ability and on trails and features that are suitable to your skill level. 

Children must be supervised at all times.

Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation
Victoria State Government



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