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Cycling and Mountain Biking

Two wheels are your passport to Eurobodalla’s many paths, tracks and trails; BYO or hire one here.

Ride to the beach, shops and out for lunch with almost 400kms of easy pathways and trails along the coast and through villages and towns.  You’ll find viewing platforms with places to picnic, and spot whales and other wildlife, or simply enjoy the view.

Mountain bike through one of many national park and state forests trail where every turn on the trail is a new adventure and discovery. Mogo State Forest has long and spectacular trails with smooth gravel and technical mountain trails perfect for downhilling, and the Spotted Gum Trail north of Batemans Bay is 24 kilometers of easy to moderate cycling through a magical forest and its native bird population.

There’s plenty of cycling experiences waiting for you now – here are some of our favourites. You will see route numbers on cycling signage in Eurobodalla to help you navigate. If you didn’t bring a bike along you can always hire some wheels and please stay safe by following our cycling safety tips


Bay and Beyond

Bay and Beyond
Start at Batemans Bay for this challenging 71km return ride.

The Mangrove Tour

The Mangrove Tour
An easy ride to access the boardwalks and tracks of the tranquil wetlands on Cullendulla Creek

Spotted Gum Trail

Spotted Gum Trail
This trail starts in South Durras with entrance opposite Durras Lake Road

Ride and Fly

Ride and Fly
An easy ride south from Broulee on the old coast road to the Moruya Airport

Town to Surf

Town to Surf
Starting at Riverside Park with a mixture of off-road shared pathway and on-road riding

Valley View Ride
Follows the glorious Moruya River and the Araluen Creek all the way to the village of Araluen

Farm and Forest
Follows Eurobodalla Road along the Tuross River and back to Bodalla

Tuross Foreshore Ride
The magnificent waterways of Tuross Head are the setting for this easy and enjoyable family ride

Narooma Family Ride
This world class, stunningly scenic ride, starts on the foreshores of Wagonga Inlet

Forest and Ocean Loop
Take in the views of the Wagonga Inlet and up into the forest

Wine History and Mystery Tour
A wine, history and mystery tour with some of the most spectacular scenery in the region

History and Beyond Tilba
Narooma to Tilba is a ride back in time along the Old Highway

Cycling Adventures

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Batemans Bay BMX Track
Batemans Bay BMX Track
Calga Crescent, Catalina
Batemans Bay BMX Track is located on the corner of George Bass Drive and Calga Crescent in Batehaven. It is host to many events year

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Cyclway Batemans Bay
Batemans Bay Cycleway
Beach Road, Batehaven
Cycling in Batemans Bay is a scenic, family friendly experience as the cycleway is mainly flat, hugging the bay. At the suggested starting point in

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Mogo State Forest
Cycle Mogo State Forest
Maulbrooks Road, Mogo
Located in Mogo State Forest, this 14 kilometre forest track has routes ranging from beginners to the more experienced and adventurous. The track is a

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Aerial of Wagonga Inlet
Cycle Narooma to Dalmeny
Riverside Drive, Narooma
The 21 kilometre scenic Narooma to Dalmeny cycling route follows the shores of Wagonga Inlet, the Pacific Ocean and Mummaga Lake.

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Moruya Cycleway
Corner Church Street and River Street, Moruya
The Moruya Cycleway is a stunning ride that winds its way along the Moruya River. Starting at the water gardens in Moruya town, you can

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Explore Batemans Bay
Batemans Bay Cycles
23 Vesper Street, Batemans Bay
Batemans Bay Cycles aim is to get people out on their bikes. They offer a range of cycles to suit every rider. They ride bikes,

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Wildlife discovery
Kayak and Bike Hire - Region X
Mossy Point Boat Ramp, Mossy Point
Hire kayaks and bikes with Region X! Explore the tranquil waters of the Tomaga River in your choice of single or double kayaks, or cycle

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