Dungog Common Recreation Reserve

Overview

The Dungog Common comprises 650 acres reserved for communal recreational use and environmental protection. Traditionally home to the Gringai people, the Common is an area for locals and visitors to…

The Dungog Common comprises 650 acres reserved for communal recreational use and environmental protection. Traditionally home to the Gringai people, the Common is an area for locals and visitors to play and explore and quite literally, get back to nature. With over 30 kilometres of cross-country mountain bike trail and purpose-built flow trail, the Dungog Common is the home of MTB Dungog and is fast becoming a leading mountain biking destination.

The Common has a lot to offer. In addition to mountain biking, Dungog Common boasts horse-riding trails, bushwalking and trail running courses as well as a purpose-built mountain bike ‘Fun Track’ that’ll keep aspiring mountain bikers entertained for hours.

As you walk or ride around take a look at the Sculptures placed within the area. Of course, if you just fancy some quiet time in nature, the Common is the perfect place for a family picnic. Plans are set for an architecturally designed amenities facility as well as other communal recreation facilities. Keep up to date with the Dungog Common and MTB Dungog on their Facebook pages.

Does not cater for people with access needs.

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