Surface: sealed, unsealed, rough paths and shared roads
Grade: Flat to moderate gradients
Difficulty: Intermediate to advance
Suitable for: Walking, running, cycling, BMX and pets welcome on leads
Start/finish: Various locations
The Wiradjuri trail is a 42-kilometre loop around our city inviting you to explore the river banks, hilltops and everything in between. The track extends across many of our city’s significant Aboriginal places and connects all of the trails mentioned on this site.
Pick your point of entry or start at the heart of the city which will take you past the Murrumbidgee Rover and a number of waterways before winding through Silvalite Reserve and Pomingalarna Reserve – both perfect for a little wildlife spotting or enjoying some of the best views over our city.
Points of interest:
- Murrumbidgee River
- Riverside: Wagga Beach
- Wiradjuri Reserve
- Marrambidya Wetland
- Flowerdale Lagoon
- Pomingalarna Reserve (mountain biking)
- Birramal Conservation area
- Lake Albert
- Wagga Wagga Visitor Information Centre
Extend your journey by going on tour to one of our neighbouring villages and towns
Wiradjuri Trail - Trail Map
Download the trail for your own deviceWiradjuri Trail (GPX, 100.5 KB)
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.