We promote a strong culture of rider safety: it’s our core priority.

For some of our gravity-focused trails, we strongly recommend considering more protective equipment than you may wear on a typical easy trail ride.

Be safe. And always abide by our Rider Responsibility Code.

Rider Responsibility Code

All users of Fox Creek Bike Park are bound by the Park Rider’s Responsibility Code:

Stay in control. You are responsible for avoiding objects and people.

Know your limits. Ride within your ability. When learning new skills or features, start small and work your way up.

Protect yourself. Use appropriate bike and protective equipment.

Do not ride under the influence of drugs or alcohol. It is your responsibility to ensure you are not riding under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.

Respect and maintain your equipment. Ensure your bike is in good, functional condition.

Inspect trails and features. Conditions change regularly.

Obey signs and warnings. Stay on marked trails only. Keep off closed trails. Ride only in the designated direction of the trail.

Be visible. Do not stop in unsafe areas — and look out for others.

Notify ForestrySA or Park staff of incidents and/or accidents.

Respect our trails and the environment. Do not disturb flora or fauna.

Do not bring weeds and pathogens into our Park. All bikes must be washed prior to entering the Park.

Do not pollute our environment or risk starting a fire. Smoking is strictly prohibited throughout the Park. Smoking is only allowed in the designated area at our base building.

Obey the directions of ForestrySA and bike park staff at all times.

No trail dogs. Dogs must be on a leash at all times.

Mobile phone coverage

Good news! There is excellent mobile phone coverage in the Upper Precinct and higher areas of the bike park.

Coverage is patchy in the Lower Precinct and valleys however. You may need to move to higher ground to get connectivity.


Fox Creek Bike Park is closed on days of Total Fire Ban and entry is prohibited.

Fire danger ratings and bans are declared by the Country Fire Service (CFS) after 4pm on the day before the rating is to take effect, and published on their website.

For fire ban information phone 1800 362 361 or visit the CFS website.

ForestrySA endeavours to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all but visitors and riders remain responsible for their own safety and wellbeing. For assistance call the ForestrySA Ranger on 8391 8800. In an emergency, dial 000.

Being aware of a Total Fire Ban is your responsibility.