Booyeembara Park East End and Mountain Bike Trails

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We’re planning the future of the eastern end of Booyeembara Park, including a proposal to formalise the mountain biking trails.


In 2019 Council was approached by the Fremantle Mountain Biking Collective (FMBC) to help formalise existing mountain biking tracks at the eastern end of Booyeembara Park. A feasibility study found that the park could support mountain bike trails provided certain design, construction and management practices were implemented.

With many projects happening in the area and a review of the Booyeembara Park landscape masterplan approaching, the City is looking to create amenity in the eastern end and enhance the community use. We’re seeking input on how you’d like to get to and use the east end of the park and mountain bike area (including a potential pump track), and anything else that may be important to you if the trails are formalised. We’re also seeking your feedback on the proposed trail design.

This information will help us plan parking, landscaping and amenity for the area into the future, and you will also have an opportunity to comment on the revised masterplan once drafted.


What we’ve heard so far

We’re aware of requests to address additional parking in this area. These concerns were raised in 2018 as part of the engagement on the former Men’s Shed site, and some respondents noted that they’d like to see parking along Stevens Street only. During this engagement we also received feedback about incorporating sports facilities in the area and on landscaping, native elements, seating and shade.

The Booyeembara Park Mountain Bike Trail Working Group, including members of local community groups and elected members, have provided preliminary input on the proposed trail designs below.


Draft mountain bike trail concept

The City has funded the concept design for formalised mountain bike trails however there is currently no budget allocation for construction. Grant funding will be sought to construct the project.

Hover over the image to see the features on each trail. To open the proposed design and view in detail, click here or visit the document library and download the concept map.

To read more about the specifications of each feature in detail, click here or open the detailed feature description in the document library.



To share your thoughts, complete the survey below by 5:00pm, Sunday 9 August 2020. You can also drop in to our information session at Sullivan Hall any time between 4:00pm - 6:00pm on Wednesday 22 July 2020 to ask questions and tell us your thoughts.

We’re planning the future of the eastern end of Booyeembara Park, including a proposal to formalise the mountain biking trails.


In 2019 Council was approached by the Fremantle Mountain Biking Collective (FMBC) to help formalise existing mountain biking tracks at the eastern end of Booyeembara Park. A feasibility study found that the park could support mountain bike trails provided certain design, construction and management practices were implemented.

With many projects happening in the area and a review of the Booyeembara Park landscape masterplan approaching, the City is looking to create amenity in the eastern end and enhance the community use. We’re seeking input on how you’d like to get to and use the east end of the park and mountain bike area (including a potential pump track), and anything else that may be important to you if the trails are formalised. We’re also seeking your feedback on the proposed trail design.

This information will help us plan parking, landscaping and amenity for the area into the future, and you will also have an opportunity to comment on the revised masterplan once drafted.


What we’ve heard so far

We’re aware of requests to address additional parking in this area. These concerns were raised in 2018 as part of the engagement on the former Men’s Shed site, and some respondents noted that they’d like to see parking along Stevens Street only. During this engagement we also received feedback about incorporating sports facilities in the area and on landscaping, native elements, seating and shade.

The Booyeembara Park Mountain Bike Trail Working Group, including members of local community groups and elected members, have provided preliminary input on the proposed trail designs below.


Draft mountain bike trail concept

The City has funded the concept design for formalised mountain bike trails however there is currently no budget allocation for construction. Grant funding will be sought to construct the project.

Hover over the image to see the features on each trail. To open the proposed design and view in detail, click here or visit the document library and download the concept map.

To read more about the specifications of each feature in detail, click here or open the detailed feature description in the document library.



To share your thoughts, complete the survey below by 5:00pm, Sunday 9 August 2020. You can also drop in to our information session at Sullivan Hall any time between 4:00pm - 6:00pm on Wednesday 22 July 2020 to ask questions and tell us your thoughts.