We are open 7 days a week during daylight hours - Plenty of space to ride without being within 1.5m of anyone!

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Want to get a feel for our trails before you try them out - here are two great videos of the Red Trail, and Black Trail

We are located at Cedar Brush Creek (near Kulnura) on the Central Coast of NSW and operate a total of 25 km of Trails across 4 graded loops - shown below . If you're interested in organised group walks or rides or events, skills training or fitness training please check out our coaching page.


Purpose-built bike trails

TrailShare provides over 25km of hand and machine built trails. There are 4 grades, ranging from the 4 km entry-level green trail, with wide tracks and minimal climbing, to the challenging 8km black and red trails. The terrain is highly varied and will provide constant stimulation and interest

For those who require them, we provide quality Cannondale mountain bikes for hire, will service and repair your own bike, and have a modest supply of bike "consumables" to purchase - tires, tubes, chains, lubricant, tube sealant and brake fluid and pads . We also do guided walking or cycling tours by prior arrangement.


Currently we allow camping for small groups at our Headquarters, with basic ablution and BBQ facilities available. Our cabins are currently closed but watch this space to news of when they will be reopened. Please email us at info@trailshare.co.au for to check availability.


Trees, birds, wildlife, quiet

You will have access to our own 425 acres of private virgin schlerophyll forest, populated by black cockatoos, lyrebirds and whipbirds, wallabies, wombats, goannas, echidnas and platypus. For the more adventurous, the 25,000 hectares of the Olney state forest are freely accessible from our property, and if you want to go further afield the local towns of Peats Ridge, Yarramalong and Wollombi are within half an hour's drive on country roads.


email: info@trailshare.com.au

Please note : you must approach our property via George Downs Drive (in the west). The routes from both Sydney and Newcastle are shown below.

Sometimes Google maps tries to direct visitors to approach us from the East (via Cedar Brush Creek Rd). This will land you in a dead end with no option but to go a very long way round back to George Downs Drive .