Wylde MTB & BMX

Western Sydney Parklands


Wylde MTB & BMX located in Western Sydney Parklands is the largest mountain bike and BMX hub in the country.


Wylde in Western Sydney Parklands is the largest combined mountain biking and BMX hub in Australia, featuring more than 15km of purpose-built mountain bike trails, a BMX racetrack and the largest pump track in the Southern Hemisphere. Western Sydney Parklands spans 27 kilometres and offers more than 5,000 hectares of green space for both recreation and biodiversity conservation, including more than 60 kilometres of tracks and trails. The $13.5 million facility was funded and delivered by the NSW Government’s M12 Motorway project with a $500,000 funding contribution by Liverpool City Council. It will also be the new home of the Western Sydney BMX Club.

Our role

WSce undertook the comprehensive civil and hydraulic design and construction of the Wylde BMX track relocation project, along with associated roadworks on Range Road and a new Access Road. The scope of our design services encompassed a wide range of elements, including the upgrade of the Range Road intersection, creation of a new access roadway, establishment of the Wylde entrance carpark with 82 parking spaces, development of service access roads and internal decomposed granite roadways, and coordination of private water services to the BMX track and precinct.

Our expertise extended to designing stormwater drainage systems, incorporating subsoil drainage, drainage details, swales, overland flow paths, and bulk earthworks, contributing to the successful execution of this multifaceted project.


Western Sydney Parklands
Ward Civil


Western Sydney, NSW








Civil Engineering
Hydraulic Services


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