Safety First:

I always carry hard copy maps in the forest, and I suggest you do the same. You never know when you are going to need to improvise and technology can be unreliable. Be prepared for the worst bad weather, fallen trees and mud so you'll be pleasantly surprised when it's sunny and glorious. Take water, snacks and whatever you need to fix your bike and keep warm.

About these maps:

These routes can be downloaded to a phone or GPS device and used to guide you around the forest, although I take no responsibility for tracks being open. A lot of the more scenic routes close during winter because their surface would be destroyed by 4WD traffic. All year round tracks can close for logging too, which is why it's good to have a map rather than just following the line. They were also compiled on a computer, and have not been verified on the ground. If you do this, I'd love to hear from you.

Detailed maps have been compiled using - the following google map shows an overview of how they fit together. Keep scrolling for detailed descriptions.

The following is an example of one of the first routes I put together, keep scrolling for the full list.
Toolangi Black Range Loop (120km)

Starting at the WirraWilla Rainforest Gallery; which you need to check out, this loop explores some of the nicest parts of Toolangi State Forest and The Black Range State Forest. From the moment you enter Yea Link you will begin to understand why people rave about this place. Don't worry, you'll get to ride it twice on this route. Thank me later. You could also drive into the Murrundindi Scenic Reserve and camp there, it is located around the 90km mark of this track.

Bike Routes in the Great Forest National Park