Meroo National Park

Cycling

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.

The park's forests and coastal lakes provide a very attractive setting for cycling on unsealed roads and trails. Burrill Lake Drive, west of Burrill Lake village, is particularly pleasant, and can be linked via Lake Road to Wheelbarrow Road and the trails west of Tabourie Lake.

In the southern part of the park you may like to ride from Tabourie Lake village via Tabourie Village track to Termeil Point. Alternatively, you could have a picnic at Meroo Head and ride to the eastern or western shores of Meroo Lake.

Most of the park roads aren't signposted so you may like to refer to a topographic map. Meroo Head Road can be busy during school holidays so watch out for cars.

You can ride on all the park's roads and trails, and also on the wide Meroo Lake and Nuggan Point walking tracks. Cycling isn't permitted on other walking tracks.