Eurobodalla the Perfect Playground

Come and escape for the weekend

Explore more of Eurobodalla on your gravel or MTB : Other options listed below  

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Or

Bring your surfboard, fishing rod, camping gear etc

 

Eurobodalla surf 1000

Image by Eurobodalla Tourism 

 


    

South Durras Course : Family Loop Ride

 

Distance and Elevation : 20km with 480m

Difficult Level : 1/5

Style of Bikes : Gravel, E-Gravel, Flat Bar, MTB or E-MTB possible. Not suitable for road bikes.

Short Summary : Spectacular loop ride through Murramarang National Park. Fantastic gum tree and lush fern sections with a superb coastal view once riders are at the turn around point of North Head lookout. 

 

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Nelligen Course A : Family Out & Back Ride

Distance and Elevation : 43km with 923m

Difficult level : 1/5

Style of Bikes : Gravel, E-Gravel, Flat Bar, MTB or E-MTB possible. Not suitable for road bikes.

Short Summary : Start and finish in the beautiful historical village of Nelligen. Enjoy the out and back ride along the scenic Clyde River.

 

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Nelligen Course B : Big Bit and River Riding

Distance and Elevation : 61km with 1,167m

Difficult Level : 3.5/5

Style of Bikes : Gravel, E-Gravel, Flat Bar, MTB or E-MTB possible. Not suitable for road bikes.

Short Summary : Start in the beautiful historical village of Nelligen. Enjoy some long climbs and descents during this loop ride. There is also the chance to CLIMB all the way up to Big Bit Road. Riders will also cross the weir at The Clyde River Crossing and end the loop with a superb ride along River Road which parallels the Clyde River all the way back to Nelligen. 

 

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Mogo Course : State Forest and glorious Runnyford 

Distance and Elevation : 68km with 1,740m

Difficult Level : 3.5/5

Style of Bikes : Gravel, E-Gravel, Flat Bar, MTB or E-MTB possible. Not suitable for road bikes.

Short Summary : Start in the village of Mogo. This loop takes riders on forestry roads and through the beautiful village of Runnyford before heading back to Mogo via more forestry roads.

 

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Moruya Course : Eurobodalla Capital to the hill and back

Distance and Elevation : 48km with 1,060m

Difficult Level : 3/5

Style of Bikes : Gravel, E-Gravel, Flat Bar, MTB or E-MTB possible. Not suitable for road bikes.

Short Summary : Starting in Moruya, next to the River, riders head out on paved roads before venturing through the Deua National Park and also the Moruya State Forest.

 

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Bodalla Course : Beautiful Bodalla, climbs, river riding & glorious farming land

Distance and Elevation : 84km with 1,787m

Difficult Level : 4.5/5

Style of Bikes : Gravel, E-Gravel, Flat Bar, MTB or E-MTB possible. Not suitable for road bikes.

Short Summary : This ride starts in the picturesque town of Bodalla. Make sure you leave enough time either pre or post (or both) to stop in at the Bakery, Dairy or Pub in Bodalla. Riders will go through a wide variety of terrain during this loop from brilliant Eurobodalla farming country to steep hills and descents in State Forests.

 

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Narooma Course : Fishing village to quaint village of Tilba and return

Distance and Elevation : 47km with 1,064m

Difficult Level : 3/5

Style of Bikes : Gravel, E-Gravel, Flat Bar, MTB or E-MTB possible. Not suitable for road bikes.

Short Summary : This loop ride starts and finishes in the fishing town of Narooma which hosts an annual Oyster Festival each late April or early May. While in Narooma we highly recommend that riders head out and take a photo of the iconic Australia Rock. Riders will then head out on glorious gravel roads to complete a beautiful loop through lush farming land and visit Central Tilba via the out and back section before returning to Narooma. 

 

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Tilba Course : There is no place like Tilba and Australia’s first velodrome are waiting for you

Distance and Elevation : 28km with 617m

Difficult Level : 3/5

Style of Bikes : Gravel, E-Gravel, Flat Bar, MTB or E-MTB possible. Not suitable for road bikes.

Short Summary : This loop ride starts and finishes in the picturesque National Trust village of Central Tilba. Riders will go to Mystery Bay in the Eurobodalla National Park and then head to Corrunna Point to do a loop of one of Australia’s first ever Velodromes before heading back to Central Tilba.

 

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Note : You will see 'Other' listed in the percentages on the links, this is what Strava cannot classify, it is usually gravel/dirt sections   

 

Cycling Check List

Your own cycling safety is a responsibility which you must be aware of - always ride to your abilities

Follow the road rules at all times

Check your bike and equipment before you depart, i.e. tire and brake conditions, lubed chain, helmet condition etc. Make sure it is all in good working order and if in doubt take it to a bike shop before you venture out

Always tell someone where you are going and your estimated time of return

Check the weather forecast for the area where you will be riding

Carry maps &/or a well charged GPS device for the area you are riding in 

Phone coverage is not always available but a well charged phone should be carried in case of an SOS emergency

Carry spare tubes, tire levers, pump and multi-tool at a minimum

Always carry enough water, food and suncream as you will be in remote areas 

It is highly recommended that you do not ride alone in remote areas

Always be aware that roads and conditions regularly change due to weather conditions - wet and severe dry