Bicycle Network: Where to Ride
Bike Trails and Rail Trails
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The trails listed below are here because a new page in the Ride a Trail section hasn't been developed yet, or because the trails themselves are under development. See Ride a Trail for comprehensive details of rides.
Bass Coast Rail Trail
The rail trail is located approximately 115km from Melbourne and can be easily done as part of a day trip to the area.
East Gippsland Rail Trail
This 94km trail runs between Bairnsdale and Orbost. It is one of the longest rail trails in Australia.
Goulburn River High Country Rail Trail - Visitor Information
Showered with unprecedented Federal Government funding, the 134km Tallarook to Mansfield Rail Trail is now open to visitors. This trail provides a wonderful weekend adventure, or a day trip from Melbourne.
Gourmet Rail Trail Cycling Tours
Rail Trail Cycling Tours specialises in providing easy, gourmet-oriented cycling tours.
Grand Ridge Rail Trail
This trail is a lovely day trip from Melbourne. It's a 2-hour drive along the Princes Hwy to Morwell, then take Monash Way through Churchill....
High Country Rail Trail
This spectacular trail follows the shores of Lake Hume and offers a fantastic ride. Sites to see along the trail include the new spectacular bridge over Sandy Creek Inlet; Lake Hume; Bonegilla Migrant Camp; Ebden, Ludlows and Huon Reserves.
Horsham-Arapiles Experience Trail
A short section of this potential trail has been constructed in Horsham and follows the banks of the Wimmera River.
Moe to Yallourn Rail Trail
A fun family outing which includes a visit to a viewing platform overlooking one of Victoria's power stations to see where our electricity com....
Old Beechy Rail Trail
This rail trail south of Colac in the Otway Ranges has several complete sections which can be walked or cycled. The surface is gravel and not suitable for skinny tyre bikes.
Your Rail Trail Experience Photos
Click on the button entitled "send in your photos" at right, to submit snaps of your rail trail experience