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Location of the trails that form the North East Mountain Bike Project

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Feedback - Hollybank MTB Park

If you've had the chance to experience the new mountain bike trails at the Hollybank MTB Park then we'd like to hear from you!
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Provide us with your feedback on any issues or concerns that you have about the trails by contacting our office at

Appreciate your help - thanks!

To view more images of the Hollybank MTB Park construction go to -

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April 2014

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Ramp construction - Hollybank, August 2014

About the North East Mountain Bike Project (NEMTB)

The project consists of three trail networks totalling approximately 90kms of world class, purpose built, single track plus infrastructure such as signage and bike wash stations.

The length of the proposed trails will leverage existing mountain biking and cycling infrastructure in the Region, and will provide the necessary critical mass to create an internationally recognised MTB tourism destination, allowing over two full days of riding for enthusiasts of varying capability. For more info on existing MTB trails in Tasmania, go to Tassie Trails.

The project stems from a 2011 background report funded by Tourism Tasmania (prepared by Six Dot Consulting) that identified Hollybank, Blue Tier and Derby as having significant potential to become iconic mountain bike destinations.

NTD co-ordinated a successful application for Regional Development Australia Funding that has secured an Australia Government contribution of $2.5million towards the project. An additional $800,000 from the Tasmanian Government's Tasmanian Jobs Package was granted for Stage 1 at Hollybank for a world class mountain bike experience.

To view or download a copy of the original Holybank MTB Park Master Plan (~7MB), go to our website. Enjoy!!

The project is a partnership between NTD and the Councils - Break O'Day, Dorset, and Launceston City. Other support has also been provided by Forestry Tasmania and NRM North.

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