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Cycle Albury Wodonga: find your perfect ride

Albury Wodonga is a cyclist’s paradise, offering a range of bike trails to suit every rider. Whether you’re cruising a scenic riverside trail, conquering thigh-burning mountain bike climbs, or introducing your little ones to the joys of cycling, we have the perfect path for you. Dive in and discover your next Albury Wodonga cycle adventure.

An artistic and avian adventure awaits along the Wagirra Trail. Cycle a winding 23 kilometres along the Murray River and discover 14 sculptures crafted by local First Nations artists. Keep an eye out at Wonga Wetlands where 154 feathered friends flit between the trees. Reaching Noreuil Park, reward yourself with a sweet treat from the River Deck Cafe, or for the adventurous cool off with a dip in the Murray River, a popular swimming spot!

Three large metal kookaburra sculptures are surrounded by bushland on the Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk and Cycle Trail, Albury

Superb scenery and 80km of adventure beckons on the High Country Rail Trail. Beginning in the heart of Wodonga, the bike trail cruises through to charming Old Tallangatta, then climbs up and over historic trestle bridges to Shelley Station. Marvel at majestic Lake Hume, its glassy waters reflecting endless sky. Stop for a pic at Sandy Creek Bridge, a 600m wonder spanning the water. Pack your panniers with local delights and refuel with a lakeside picnic or a refreshing dip – the perfect reward after pedaling the trail.

The sandy creek bridge spans an inlet of Lake Hume. This bridge is found on the High Country Rail Trail, a popular bike trail.

Mountain Bike adventures

No matter your skill level, Albury Wodonga’s bike trails promise an unforgettable escape on two wheels. Conquer the legendary Nail Can Hill, where challenging climbs reward you with panoramic vistas, and diverse flora and fauna might just surprise you around each bend. Breathe in the fresh air as you wind through rolling hills and bushland of McFarlanes Hill, through natural gullies, over rocky outcrops, and past crystal-clear streams. 

Two cyclists ride the mountain bike trails on Nail Can Hill, Albury.

Lake Hume Cycle Loop

Are you up for the challenge? Conquer the Granya Grind, a 135km test of body and will. This legendary loop is not for the faint of heart – a challenging 2,785m climb awaits, testing even the most seasoned riders. But the rewards are epic. Scale the heights for breathtaking vistas of colossal Lake Hume, tracing its shoreline from the Murray to the Mitta arms. Or immerse yourself in the pristine wilderness and discover historic relics at Mount Granya State Park.

View of Lake Hume from the High Country Rail Trail. A popular cycle and bike path.

Got little ones in tow? Cruise a short scenic loop around the tranquil lake at Belvoir Park. Abundant with birdlife and seasonal colour, pack a picnic and enjoy the vast parklands. Kids need to burn off some steam? An epic playground awaits, boasting a 7-meter climbing tower, slides, and an adventure obstacle course. There’s a wheelchair-accessible swing for inclusive fun and furry friends will love the off-leash dog park.

A couple walk around the lake at Belvoir Park, Wodonga, surrounded by Autumn trees. This path is popular with walkers and cyclists.

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