Cycling & Mountain Bike Tours

Travelling under your own power is the best way to enjoy the best we have to offer.

cyclists at top of mountainous cycling trail in forest

Our natural gifts and historic attributes reveal far more of themselves when you take the time to take them in. Cycling through the countryside, up in the mountains, along the beaches and through the villages piles on one sensory memory after another and another. How else will you smell the sweet perfume of eucalyptus in the morning, or the aroma of fresh bread baking in the village oven? Or feel the crystal clear rock pool water tickle the back of your knees? Will you ever hear a calf mooing, the grass hissing in the wind, a kangaroo chewing, or yourself thinking any other way?

Our countryside is yours. The paths lead everywhere and nowhere. Up and down, back and around. There’s no particular destination because just taking them is the reward.

Eurobodalla is generously scattered with cyclepaths and shared pathways linking villages and towns to places of interest, beaches and shops and taking in water vista’s and bushland along the way.

The quiet roads are ideal for exploring and discovering the unique heritage and natural environment with many villages on route to stop and rest. For detailed information, routes and maps on 18 great bike rides in the region visit

Mountain Bike Riders will be delighted with Eurobodalla’s State Forests such as Mogo State Forest, home to long and spectacular trails from smooth gravel tracks to mountainous trails. Pick up a State Forest map at the Visitor Centres or Forest NSW as a guide to discovering these areas.


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Cycling Repairs, Parts and Servicing

Narooma Fitness & Cycles can service or repair your bike while you are here. They also stock a large range or parts and accessories.

Cycleways in Eurobodalla

Eurbodalla has 32 kilometres of cycleways. These are detailed with maps in the Cycling and Cycleways Brochure, available at the Visitor Centres, email, phone 1800 802 528 or download as PDF (3.48MB) CyclewaysBrochure2009

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