Cycling

Cycling across eurobodalla

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

Cycling to the beach, shops or out for lunch is easy with almost 400kms of pathways and trails along the coast and through villages and towns. 

You’ll find viewing platforms with places to picnic, spot whales or simply enjoy the view. Take a guided tour or hire an e-bike for easier cycling. Whether you peddle for sports, health or fun, Eurobdalla has a track or path for you to enjoy.

Popular Bicycle Routes

Road Cycling at Central Tilba

Cycling… it’s in our DNA

A network of 13 paths and trails have been laid out across Eurobodalla. You will see route numbers on cycling signage in Eurobodalla to help you navigate.

Some trails are off road and others a mixture of shared pathway and sand or gravel track. Make your way through beautiful forests and past scenic coastal vistas. 

The shared pathways at Batemans Bay and Narooma are popular choices for families with young children.

Top bicycle paths and trails in Eurobodalla

Boardwalk at Cullendulla mangroves
Spotted Gum Trail 

A 24km easy-moderate cycle  from South Durras to Murramarang National Park.

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The Mangrove Tour 

A family-friendly 18km cycle between Batemans Bay and Cullendulla wetlands. 

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Cycling in local forests
The Bay and Beyond 

A moderate 71km return track from Batemans Bay to Moruya via Coast Road. 

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Mogo Gold Fields Trek

For those with a reasonable level of fitness, this 14km trek in the Mogo State Forest is not to be passed by.

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Cyclists on the beach
Ride and Fly 

A breezy 20km return ride from Broulee to Moruya Airport, great for mountain cyclists and hybrids.

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Town to Surf

This Moruya to South Head route offers 16km of easy exercise. 

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Mountain biking in forests
Valley View Ride 

With a fair level of health and fitness, you could find yourself taking in the exquisite scenery on this 60km route from Moruya to Araluen. 

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Farm and Forest 

Bodalla to Reedy Creek is a 50km return journey.

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Cycling along the foreshore in Narooma
Tuross Waters Foreshore Ride 

An easy breezy 12km return between that follows the Colia Lake, ocean and Tuross skillRiver foreshores. 

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Narooma Family Ride 

Enjoy a light 21km return from Narooma to Dalmeny.

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Cycling in the Tilba valley
Narooma Forest and Ocean Loop 

After a moderate to hard piece of exercise? Hop on this 39km Wagonga Inlet Scenic Route.

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Wine, History and Mystery Tour 

Spend the better part of the day cycling this 30km return mixed-surface track from Narooma to Mystery Bay.

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Cycling near Tilba
History and beyond Tilba 

Calling all mountain bikes and hybrids. This moderate 39km return experience from Narooma to Central Tilba is a must. 

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Look through our cycling itinerary for a list of trails.

Mountain biking and gravel rides

Mountain Bike Trails Near Me
Hit the gravel… take it off road

Cycling is not only good for your health, it’s a popular sport too.

Mountain bike through one of many forest tracks where every turn on the trail is a new adventure and discovery.

If you’ve got the wheels, we’ve got the gravel.

Top gravel rides in Eurobodalla

Choose from a selection of gravel rides that will take you through spectacular forest, rolling rural landscapes, riverside roads and hinterland climbs across Eurobodalla.

Mogo Trails - coming soon

Mogo Trails mountain biking

Mogo Trails is a more than 150km network of mountain bike trails currently under construction in Mogo State Forest and around Deep Creek Dam. When completed it will connect Mogo, Batemans Bay and Batehaven. 

Eurobodalla Shire Council and Forestry Corporation NSW are working closely with Rocky Trail Destination, the contractor who will deliver the world-class Mogo Adventure Trail Hub. 

Next Level Mountain Bike will construct the trails with the build being led by Marcelo Cardona.

World class

Mogo Trails will have its own unique style, and will be constructed using the best of international trail building practices. 

The establishment of the Mogo Adventure Trail Hub promises to put Mogo on the mountain bike map, becoming a significant destination on the trail-based tourism network in Australia. 

Due to be completed in June 2023, the project will deliver a variety of high quality trails that will inspire and excite a broad range of sports riding levels.

For regular updates visit mogotrails.com.au

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