Deniliquin mountain bike trails
Murray Valley Regional Park
All the practical information you need to know about Deniliquin mountain bike trails.
Getting there and parking
Deniliquin mountain bike trails are less than 5km from Deniliquin, in Murray Valley Regional Park. To get there:
From Deniliquin via Memorial Drive:
- Head east on Memorial Drive to the carpark outside the Murray Valley Regional Park entrance. If driving, park here then continue by bike.
- Ride along Wiloughbys Beach walk for 2km, following signs for Deniliquin mountain bike trails to the trailhead on Billabong Road.
From Deniliquin via Packenham Street:
- Head east on Packenham Street to Aljoes Creek carpark
- If driving, you’ll need to park here then continue by bike.
- Ride 1.5km, following signs for Deniliquin mountain bike trails to the trailhead on Billabong Road
- There’s a steep descent just before you reach the trailhead.
- Mixture of sealed and unsealed roads
- 2WD vehicles
- Dry weather only
- Car parking is available at the carpark on Memorial Drive outside the park entrance, and at Aljoes Creek carpark at the end of Packenham Street.
- Parking may be limited on the weekend when trails are busy.
- There are no bike parking facilities in this park.
- The nearest toilets are located at Memorial Park on Memorial Drive. Open during daylight hours.
- Picnic tables and barbecue facilities are available at Willoughbys Beach campground.
Maps and downloads
Disability access level - no wheelchair access
Cycling is permitted on roads, management trails and the singletrack network. Cyclists please give way to walkers. Cycling isn’t permitted on some designated parts of Billabong loop walk.
Bushwalking is not permitted along the singletrack mountain bike network. You can walk along the short Willoughbys Beach walk or 3km Billabong loop walk. Rosella Road is shared by walkers and riders.
Dogs are not permitted on the singletrack mountain bike network in Murray Valley Regional Park. Dogs can be brought into other parts of the regional park as long as park restrictions are observed.
Dogs are prohibited throughout Murray Valley National Park.
NSW national parks are no smoking areas.