Bike Trails in NSW
Reflections Holiday Parks are in some of the most pristine and iconic areas of NSW and offer an abundance of opportunities to explore its natural delights.
Jump in the saddle for a bike ride to discover the breathtaking sights and coastal and country NSW destinations you may not be able to access by road. Who knows, they may even lead you to a great spot to drop your fishing line or take a selfie for the family back home!
Explore our suggestions and discover some of the fantastic trails and tracks near our parks, whether you’re a pro cyclist or a family out for Sunday ride, we have a great bike route for you.
Biking trails near North Coast Parks
Experience the Cape Byron Walking Track is a picturesque route to the Cape Byron Lighthouse
Take on the challenge of the Solitary Islands Coastal Walk.
The Gummigurrah walking track in Bundjalung National Park offers fantastic birdwatching
Explore the coast with the Lennox Head to Ballina bike path.
Enjoy an easy hike along the Look At Me Now Headland Walk.
Nearby Bongil Bongil National Park has plenty of walks to enjoy.
From the Riverside Amble to journeys into the hinterland, Nambucca is a great place to explore.
Ballina is heaven for cyclists, with more than 25kms of cycle paths.
Explore the North Head Walking Track in Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve.
Have fun hiking through the scenic Bellinger Heads State Park.
Biking Trails Mid Coast
Explore over 30km of single track at the Jolly Nose Mountain Bike park.
Hike up Mount Yacaaba for its breathtaking coastal views.
Trek up North Brother Mountain in Dooragan National Park.
Lace up the hiking shoes and set course for Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse.
The Double Wharf trail in Wallingat National Park is perfect for exploring by foot or mountain bike.
Ensure your day is a stand-out experience by being prepared for any situation. Have you ever had a punctured a tyre and no spare? Or developed horrific blisters whilst hiking NSW and forgot your first aid kit? Whether you’re planning an hour’s walk or an all-day hike, an easy bike ride or a challenging MTB track, always check your gear is in working order beforehand and pack accordingly.
Remember: trails are not always an even surface. Protect yourself against rough terrain and the elements by wearing covered, sturdy footwear, a long-sleeved shirt and pants, and a hat and sunglasses. You can also never pack enough sunscreen and water. Be sensible and seek rest and shade when needed, but most of all have fun and get out there.
For the best advice on nearby trails and paths and their conditions, just ask our friendly staff. Also be sure to let someone know where you’re planning to head to and what time you plan to return.