Cycling on tracks and trails is a great way to experience the remarkable diversity of nature and magnificent landscapes found in parks.
There are literally thousands of kilometres of management trails open to cyclists criss-crossing parks in NSW. For the adventurous, exhilarating mountain bike single-track and multi-track experiences are available in certain national parks. For more information on cycling opportunities in the national parks of NSW go to our cycling home page. Please take time to find out about some simple Rules of the trail and safety when cycling in parks before setting out.
Cycling, in particular the use of mountain bikes, is an increasingly popular recreation activity in the park. Most cycling occurs on the gravelled management trails in the park as the natural sand surface on other trails is generally unsuitable for cycling. Cycling is not permitted on designated walking routes in the park.
One designated cycleway exists in the park at Birubi Point which is part of a longer cycleway constructed by Port Stephens Council. For more information on cycling routes in the Port Stephens area see the Port Stephens cycleways.