River to Wetland
Surface: Unsealed paths and shared roads
Suitable for: Walking, running, cycling, and pets welcome on leads
Start/finish: Visitor Information Centre
Experience natural beauty and discover urban delights all in one journey. This trail begins on the Wiradjuri Walking Track on top of the Murrumbidgee River levee bank with multiple attractions along the way. Stop in at the popular Wagga Beach to admire water views, enjoy a barbeque picnic or go for a quick dip.
Marrambidya Wetland will greet you with an abundance of wildlife above and below the water. This stunning 20-hectare reserve features interactive storytelling devices, artworks, a Wiradjuri healing place and bike fix-up station (just in case you get any punctures along the way).
Points of Interest
- Riverside: Wagga Beach
- Cadell Place murals
- Wiradjuri Reserve
- Off-leash dog area
- Marrambidya Wetland
- Fitzmaurice precinct
- Bidgee Strawberries and Cream (seasonal)
- Wagga Wagga Visitor Information Centre
Extend your journey to the hydroponic strawberry farm, Bidgee Strawberries and Cream (open seasonally) and pass through Trail or Fitzmaurice Street on your return or link in with the Wiradjuri Walking Track that loops our City
River to Wetland - 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.