Surface: Unsealed roads
Grade: Moderate gradients
Experience: Easy to Intermediate
Suitable for: Walking, running, cycling, mountain biking, horse riding and pets welcome on leads
Start/finish: 3.6km trail Western carpark, 7km & 13km trail Eastern carpark
Pomingalarna Reserve is a bushland reserve located just 10 minutes from our city’s CBD. “Pomi” as the locals call it, hosts multiple sporting events throughout the year, such as trail marathons and endurance racing. The reserve is a thrill seekers delight and a haven for those who love to mountain bike. The uneven and sloping terrain keeps you on your toes and the higher vantage points provide brilliant views over our city and landscapes.
Pomi has four marked trails with various levels of difficulties which you can explore below. Horse riders are encouraged to use outer fire trails.
Points of Interest
- Wiradjuri Trail
- Lookouts from 298m high
- Natural wildlife
- Sheltered picnic areas
- Way finders
Extend your journey by connecting to the Wiradjuri Trail
Construction on a new Multisport Cycling Complex has also started at Pomingalarna Reserve - which will cater for recreational and competitive cycling. This project is due for completion in 2022. Visitor access to the trails in the reserves is available via a new access route with way-finding signage.
The project is jointly funded by a grant from NSW Government's Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund ($7M) and the City of Wagga Wagga ($2.2M).
Pomingalarna Reserve - Trail Map
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Before you begin your adventure, whether you are on foot or bike be sure to keep safe and abide by the road rules.
For more information visit: rms.nsw.gov.au
Need a set of wheels or a bit of maintenance?
Visit the team at Kidsons Cycles, located on Fitzmaurice Steet, where you can hire a bike, give your bike a health check, purchase accessories and equipment or treat yourself to a brand new shiny bicycle
Some trails mentioned in this map are not officially dedicated and maintained by Wagga Wagga City Council or the NSW Departments of Lands. Businesses featured and mentioned in this guide are members of the Wagga Wagga Tourism Partner Program.