Grab your mountain bike because Gravity Eden has just opened its doors to some brand-new, gnarly-looking, all-terrain trails on the NSW South Coast.


Eden is well-known for its stunning beaches, national parks, and whaling history. Now the town, located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, and a 3-hour drive from Canberra, is about to boom with new popularity thanks to a brand-new gravity mountain bike park in Nullica State Forest.

The Trails

Gravity Eden is a gravity-fed, flow-based mountain bike single-track network, designed for a range of rider capability and skill, with diverse trail terrain from lush valleys under a canopy of rainforest, creek crossings and gullies, to exposed ridges, rock shelves and granite walls – insane!

The 58-kilometres of mountain bike trails, spanning a 300-metre elevation, have been built by specialist mountain bike trail experts Contour Works who have worked on the likes of Derby, St Helens and Buller, which are some of the most well-known MTBing parks in Australia… definitely bring your lunch to fuel your visit because it’ll be worth spending your day here.

The trails were completed a month ago but as it hasn’t rained since March, currently 16 of the 20 trails are open. Hopefully after a bit of rain the final four will be opened to the public.

Open Day (and Free Shuttles – What?!)

Keen yet? Get your calendar out because a celebration day with coffee, food and free shuttles is set to take place on Saturday the 25th of November.


Gravity Eden Trail Map

Gravity Eden Trail Map

Funding the Trail Building

This trail work was supported by the Bushfire Local Economic Recovery (BLER) Fund Package, which is a bushfire support program supporting social and economic recovery in regional communities most affected by the black summer 2019-2020 bushfires.

Eden was one of many towns on the South Coast that was forced to evacuate, and is now is getting its name on the map with some of the best mountain bike riding on the South Coast…you’ll be catching me here on the weekends!

For more info visit Gravity Eden’s website.


Photos thanks to Flow MTB