Wodonga has more than 80km of bike and walking paths, providing the perfect opportunity to meander by the river or enjoy one of the scenic routes that link the city.
Whether taking a leisurely stroll, going for a jog, getting on your bike, taking the children for a walk or going for a power walk, Wodonga's pathways offer something for everyone.
They are an important part of our community and enhance our quality of life.
They can improve your health, conserve resources, provide close to home recreation, as well as giving us an environmentally-friendly transport option.
The Wodonga Pathways booklet is a convenient pocket-size booklet and is waterproof. It provides details on key pathway loops within the city of Wodonga.
Copies of the booklet are available from our Hovell St office and our visitor information centres, or by emailing email@example.com
An electronic version is also available for download.
To encourage suitable and safe use of our pathway network, a code of conduct has been developed.
It identifies key behaviours users should exhibit when using the pathways, and some health and safety tips.
Our pathways link up with the rail trail, which offers a path along the historic railway line along Lake Hume.
Stripped of its rails and sleepers, the old railway line provides a unique 35km gravel recreational trail that includes a new bridge constructed in 2012 known as the Sandy Creek Bridge that links the path across Lake Hume.
The Murray Valley Highway takes you to the nearby defence facilities, the Killara link and the High Country Rail Trail, which provides a natural environment to Lake Hume and beyond.
The route is a combination of on and off-road paths along Thomas Mitchell Drive to the Murray Valley Highway, where the rail trail (see map) becomes all off-road.
Parklands Albury Wodonga also has some useful links to cycling and walking trails.
Last updated: 21-02-2017
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