Serendipity visited the Milton Ulladulla District Mountain Bikers (MUD MTB) on the south coast of NSW. A private landholder identified an old overgrown motorbike trail in the surrounding hills, and a lost trail gem was uncovered after cutting back the regrowth.
A group of motivated riders formed the South Australia MTB Association (SAMBA). Made up of members from the Adelaide XC and DH clubs, they are focussed on trail access, care and development. They are now the IMBA-AU state chapter and have already had IMBA training on the art of trail building.
In just 3 months from conception to finished trail, the Tathra Mtb have created the Tathra Doolagharl track. An extension to their already world famous (in Australia) Poo Ponds loop.
The Hastings Valley Mountain Bike Club have put loads of work into constructing the Port Macquarie Urban MTB Park. Nestled in a large natural amphitheatre right in the heart of town the park will provide year round riding for all abilities.
Manning-Great Lakes Tip Riders Mountain Bike Club is a club for riders in the Manning Valley and Great Lakes regions on the Mid North Coast of NSW, Australia. They have been busy creating and restoring over 40km of single track in Kiwarrak State Forest, 7km from the Taree CBD.
The Townsville Rockwheelers Mtb Club maintain 30km of singletrack at the Douglas Mtb Reserve.
Gippsland Mountain Bike Inc. in Victoria maintains the Blores Hill trail network involving constructing new berms, rock armouring and improved drainage.
The Eurobodalla Cycling Club maintain the Maulbrooks Mtb Tracks, a terrific marked set of tracks in Mogo State Forest, 15km from Batemans Bay, NSW.
The Dunghutti Sport and Recreation Indigenous Corporation and the Kempsey Macleay Off Road Cyclists formed a partnership in 2012 to extend the local trail network around Kempsey, north of Port Macquarie, NSW.