Changing Gears

Cycling on the Wiradjuri Walking Track in Wagga Wagga

Our city is connected by waterways and pathways to guide you on your way, so be sure to bring your bike with you when you visit Wagga Wagga + Surrounds.

For the mountain bikers Pomingalarna Reserve 10 minutes from the CBD has three marked trails with various levels of difficulties. You can also find bushland trails throughout Willans Hill and on various sections of the Wiradjuri Walking Track – a 42km loop around our city that takes in city sights, river views and climbs into the suburbs.

The Wiradjuri Walking Track in the CBD follows the Murrumbidgee River levee bank and is great for casual riders. The 5.5km Lake Albert section of the track is also an easy ride.

Road riders can head out of the city and cycle sealed and unsealed rural roads, passing farms, silos, windmills and in the spring, blooming yellow canola crops.

Handy bike tips when in Wagga Wagga

  • Head to our Trails webpage for interactive maps of trails throughout our city. You can also download your own pocket trail map or pick up a hardcopy from the Wagga Wagga Visitor Information Centre on Tarcutta Street
  • Marrambidya Wetland, along the Wiradjuri Walking Track, has a bike fix-up station
  • There are numerous water stations around our city and further out to stay hydrated
  • Need a set of wheels or bit of bike maintenance? Visit the team at Kidsons Cycles on Fitzmaurice Street, where you can hire a bike, give your bike a health check, purchase accessories and equipment or even treat yourself to a shiny new bike