Walk or ride a trail
Take in Bendigo’s natural environment and historical attractions via a walking or cycling trail. One of Victoria’s largest regional municipalities covering approximately 2994 square km, The City of Greater Bendigo has abundant on-road and off-road walking and cycling routes in suburban areas that connect townships, major suburbs and surrounding open spaces.
Discover one of the many trails independently or join a local cycling, outdoor or hiking group and make some new friends along the way.
O’Keefe Rail Trail
Ride, cycle, or walk this disused railway line that links Heathcote and Axedale with Bendigo. Find out more about the O’Keefe Rail Trail.
Goldfields Track/Great Dividing Trail
This 210-km shared use bushwalking and mountain bike trail follows the top of the Great Dividing Range from Mt Buninyong just out of Ballarat to Bendigo.
Bendigo Bushland Trail
This 65km trail consists of bicycle, road and walking tracks. It encircles the urban area of Bendigo and takes you through pockets of remnant Box-Ironbark regrowth.
Mulga Bill Walking Track
The short Mulga Bill track offers spectacular views and links Eaglehawk to the Lightning Hill lookout, passing by Lake Neangar, central Eaglehawk and a large area of forest to the north that is part of the Whipstick sector of the Greater Bendigo National Park. It is also an off-leash dog walking area.
Go to the Bendigo Tourism website: cycling and walking trails.