Tour de Gorge

Timmallallie National Park

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Pump up your tyres and gear up for the annual Tour de Gorge bike ride. Pedal through the remarkable Pilliga Forest and Timmallallie National Park, near Baradine.


Saturday 7 September 2024. Briefing 8.30am. Ride 9am to 1pm.

No wheelchair access
Hard. Suitable for adults and children 5 years and over. The rides are 12km and 50km.

Registration $30 per rider (including registration pack). Spectators free.

Buy a 2024 Tour de Gorge jersey online to commemorate your ride. $70 per jersey (limited sizes available). Click the ‘Book now’ button to pre-purchase. Enquiries, call 02 6843 4011.

Meeting point
Pilliga Pottery, 2630 Dandry Road, Coonabarabran.
To register, book online. Phone 1300 072 757 for more information.
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There are 2 rides on the day: 45km and 18km.

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Join us at the Pilliga Pottery, near Baradine. Bring your friends and family for a fun day out. Come and support the riders and local stall holders.

The Pilliga Forest is a unique Australian landscape, offering rugged beauty on a grand scale. Tour de Gorge riders get exclusive access to parts of the forest rarely seen by the public.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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Park info

Visitor info

All the practical information you need to know about Tour de Gorge .

Getting there and parking

To get to Pilliga Pottery by car:

  • Head north along the Newell Highway from Coonabarabran, or head south from Narrabri.
  • Continue until you see the Pilliga Pottery turn-off and sign (23km from Coonabarabran or 95km south of Narrabri).
  • Turn off the Newell Highway onto Borambitty Road and follow.
  • At the end of Borambitty Road, turn right onto Dandry Road and follow to Pilliga Pottery.


Parking is available at Pilliga Pottery.

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Disability access level - no wheelchair access