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Uki Mountain Bike Park


Nestled in the picturesque Tweed Valley, Uki Mountain Bike Park offers an energising outdoor experience for mountain biking enthusiasts of all skill levels. 

With a trail network that winds through lush forest with breathtaking views at every turn, the Park has something for everyone, from beginner trails perfect for families and novice riders through to more challenging tracks with jumps and technical descents for experienced bikers. 

Covering 6.4 kilometres of well-maintained trails that include natural terrain, constructed technical features, obstacles, drop-offs, bridges and steep land, the Uki Mountain Bike Park adheres to the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) standards, ensuring high quality and safety features. 

Whether you’re seeking an action-packed adventure or a calmer ride through nature, the Uki Mountain Bike Park invites all ages and experience levels to explore, with three beginner-friendly green trails, three more challenging blue trails and one thrilling black diamond trail for experienced MTB riders.


7 days a week, dawn to dusk
165 Smiths Creek Rd, Smiths Creek, NSW 2484

  • The park may close at any time due to weather conditions (rain, wet or muddy tracks, high winds, fire danger). If the tracks become too wet, it becomes too unsafe for riders and unauthorised use can damage trails.
  • The park will be closed during Tweed Valley Mountain Bike Rider Club days and events.


The park covers more than 6.4 km and includes:

  • 8 mountain bike trails:
    • 1 climbing trail (green)
    • 7 descending trails:
      • 3 green trails (beginner)
      • 3 blue trails (more difficult)
      • 1 black diamond trail (very difficult)
  • pump track/skills park – the pump track is for all ages but specifically designed for kids aged 5 – 12 years
  • staging or entry area
  • trail signage, including trail markers, direction signage, park map and rules.


We wish to acknowledge the Ngandowal and Minyungbal speaking people of the Bundjalung Country, in particular the Goodjinburra, Tul-gi-gin and Moorung – Moobah clans, as being the traditional owners and custodians of the land and waters within the Tweed Shire boundaries. We also acknowledge and respect the Tweed Aboriginal community’s right to speak for its Country and to care for its traditional Country in accordance with its lores, customs and traditions.