Centennial Reserve

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

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.

Mountain biking: 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.

An easy, grade 2 bike trail for beginner bikers has been developed. Parents with baby buggies and pushed wheelchair users can also use this trail.

Visit map

Friends group: Miramar Track Project