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Livingstone multi-use track

Livingstone National Park

Overview

Livingstone multi-use track is a great loop track you can enjoy while bushwalking, mountain biking or horse riding. Go orienteering, birdwatching, camping, near Wagga Wagga.

Where
Livingstone National Park
Distance
4.3km loop
Time suggested
1hr
Grade
Easy
Price
Free
What to
bring
Hat, sunscreen, drinking water
Please note
  • As this is the only multi-use track in the region, please minimise your impact on the land by staying on the track.
  • Green Circle International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) Classification for mountain biking
  • Check the weather before you set out as the trail should not be used during wet weather
  • Remember to take your binoculars if you want to birdwatch

Livingstone multi-use track is a 4.3km loop track, perfect for enjoying some of the loveliest parts of Livingstone National Park. If you’re hiking, mountain biking or horse riding, this track takes you through open woodlands full of tall cypress pines, scribbly gums and spectacular rusty spider flowers. In spring, areas are blanketed in gorgeous wildflowers, including yellow flowering kangaroo thorn and yellow clustered everlastings.

As the only multi-use track in the region, it’s very popular. Members of the Wagga Wagga Wilderness Walkers and Wagga Wagga Mountain Bike Club frequently visit here, as do families and anyone wanting a dose of nature and fresh air.

Birdwatchers should be sure to bring their binoculars; scarlet robins, brown tree creepers, speckled warblers and turquoise parrots are best spotted early morning or late afternoon.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

 

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Two men walk through woodland past grass trees in Livingstone National Park. Photo: Robert Mulally/DPIE