Pinjar is a large (300Ha+) area that is open to motorcycles and quads of all engine capacities.
You don't need a road-registered bike, or a drivers' licence to ride at Pinjar, but you must have Off Road Vehicle registration (available from DPI) and you must wear a helmet.
The area is under the control of the Department of Environment and Conservation and consists of pine plantations and open cleared scrubland. Ground surface is mainly soft sand, which can be a challenge for smaller wheeled bikes and / or inexperienced riders, however the area is being redeveloped and there are now some signed and limestone-surfaced one-way trails.
Close to the corner of Wesco and Old Yanchep Rds is an area of firmer ground which is also more suitable for younger riders.
Some trails are surfaced with clay or limestone, others are natural sand. East of Orchid Rd is designated a 'Family Zone'; West of Orchid Rd is for intermediate / advanced riders.
* Pilot Trail: Developed in 2008 for Juniors. Clay surface, 800m
* PeeWee Trail: Developed in 2010 for Juniors. Excellent clay surface, but vulnerable to damage so please - no full size bikes or quads, 1.3km
* Family Trail: Developed in 2010 for novice / intermediate riders. Limestone surface, 6km, needs maintenance (rocks and whoops)
* North Loop: Developed in 2011 for intermediate / advanced riders. Sand surface, 4km
* South Loop: Developed in 2011 for intermediate / advanced riders. Sand surface, 4.3km * Short & Curly: Developed in 2011 for intermediate / advanced riders. Sand surface, 800m
Good to very good - and improving progressively
Motorcycles and quad bikes of all engine capacities
Department of Environment and Conservation
Car Park with good viewing of Pee Wee trail and access to Family Trail.
No toilets yet - these are planned for the future.
Go-Kart track opposite Wattle Ave serves food and drink