Centennial Reserve

Centennial Reserve is on a steep bushy hillside at the north end of Miramar.

New Centennial Reserve track

We're developing an easy, grade 2 bike trail for beginner bikers to explore the reserve. Parents with baby buggies and pushed wheelchair users will also be able to use this trail.

Work will start mid September 2014 and will take up to 4 weeks to complete.

The new trail will be a loop and will require building some new trail, upgrading the existing trail, rationalising existing trails, and accessing a lookout point.

Any parts of trails that are closed as part of this project will be put into native planting.

Centennial Reserve

Centennial Reserve

Location: Miramar

Entrance and exit points:  End of Darlington Road, and several access points off both Nevay Road and Main Road in Miramar. 

Brief description: The tracks have been built by volunteers and are used for walking and mountain biking, and zig-zag the slopes at an easy gradient through well-established native bush.

A children’s bike circuit is located at the Maupuia Reservoirs (off Main Road) as well as a ‘pump’ biking track.

Parking: Limited parking at all entrances.

Accessibility: Tracks have an easy gradient.

Dogs: Dogs must be kept on a leash.

Features: Tracks have been built by the Miramar Track Project, a small group of mainly local mountain bikers.

Track names such Bootleg, Conviction and Jail Brake reflect the site's location immediately below Wellington Prison.

Friends group: Miramar Track Project