Keep the Trail Access info current...
Select items to indicate conditions for access to the trail.
Large Car Park
Small Car Park
Keep the Trail Features current...
Country NSW and ACT...
Select items to indicate features found along the trail.
Prams & Strollers
Mountain Bike Trail
Historic Rail Trail
Coast & Beach
Waterfalls & Lakes
Goldfields & Mining
THESE TRAILS ARE NOT YET OPEN - AND STILL UNDER CONSIDERATION FOR DEVELOPMENT
Wagga Wagga to Ladysmith (21km)
Tumbarumba to Rosewood (21km)
Tumut to Batlow (32km).
It will range from the urban environment of NSW's largest inland city of Wagga Wagga, through rich undulating farm land and up to the sub alpine areas of Tumbarumba and Batlow.
The local Tumbarumba Committee recently submitted an application to the NSW Minister for Transport via the local member Greg Aplin. The application was to get permission to allow a pilot trail to be built between Tumbarumba and Rosewood, a distance of approx 21km. The application was submitted with over 200 letters of support from community leaders, businesses, organisations and citizens, to demonstrate to the government that there is overwhellming support from the local community for this project.
About the region
Get ready to have a good time in Country NSW. From nation-making heritage sites and charming towns to cultural attractions, world-class food and wine regions, walking trails through World Heritage wilderness, and ancient sites of great significance for indigenous Australians, there’s a new adventure every day.
The Australian Capital Territory – home to Australia’s capital city of Canberra – is a tempting combination of outdoor adventure, urban exploration and artistic flare. Despite its small size, the state packs a big punch with world-renowned museums and a vibrant dining scene. The perfect destination for foodies, culture vultures and outdoor enthusiasts alike, the Australian Capital Territory is sure to challenge all your expectations.
Wagga Wagga to Tumbarumba in Country NSW and ACT
Wagga Wagga, Southern NSW, 420km from Sydney
Flat to slight incline
For more information and a location map please visit RailTrails Australia.