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Calling All Mountain Bike Riders!

Like many communities in our region, Tenterfield has been devastated by drought, bushfires and the COVID-19 pandemic.  Tenterfield Shire Council are looking to diversity and revitalise their economy by creating an Adventure Tourism hub centred around the CBD and hinging off new world-class mountain bike trails.

The development would represent the largest Mountain Bike trail destination in Australia and the Angry Bull Mountain Bike Trails destination would feature:

  • 150kms of single track and trails in a picturesque environment surrounded by National Parks, Forests and Farm Land.
  • The longest downhill track in Australia.
  • A 400m gravity track close to the town centre.
  • A pump track in the Tenterfield CBD
  • Links back to the CBD for riders to access accommodation, meals and shopping.
  • Become the focus of an Adventure Tourism Hub featuring other activities such as bushwalking, horse riding, rock climbing, fishing, fossicking, farm stays and cultural and heritage attractions.

Tenterfield Shire Council is conducting a feasibility study into creating a mountain bike destination in their shire and are seeking the input from riders. We are seeking input from mountain bike riders on behalf of Tenterfield Shire Council to help gauge the market appeal for such a destination, and we would appreciate your assistance by completing this short 2 minute survey.

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