Kolety walking tracks
Murray Valley Regional Park
Kolety walking tracks are a hidden oasis at Murray Valley Regional Park, in Deniliquin. Take an easy, dog-friendly stroll through river red gum forest to enjoy colourful birdlife or a riverside picnic.
- 1.3km loop
- Time suggested
- 20 - 25min
- Grade 2
- What to
- Drinking water, sturdy shoes, suitable clothing, hat, sunscreen
- Please note
- For a shorter walk, you can take a shortcut along Centre track.
- Please lock the gate latch on entry and exit
This 1.3km circuit, which combines Ringbark and River tracks, is popular with locals keen to stretch their legs and walk their dogs. The wide array of birds also makes this area a drawcard for birdwatchers.
Breathe in the fresh air as you follow the natural forest paths. Keep an eye out for kangaroos and the green flash of superb parrots in the trees. Spring is the best time to see the rich birdlife, including yellow and eastern rosellas, red-rumped parrots, galahs and sulphur crested cockatoos.
Glimpse the Edward River, and follow the short detour to the river’s edge where you can dip your feet in the water or cast a fishing line. Pack lunch and enjoy river views from the picnic tables along Ringbark track.
This small patch of bushland is also home to Aboriginal cultural heritage sites. Bush foods important for the local community grow among the gum and kurrajong trees.
Stay at nearby Willoughbys Beach campground and explore more of the park and Edward River by canoe or kayak or along scenic Gulpa Island drive. Hire or BYO bike and hit the Deniliquin mountain bike trails.
Camp by the river at one of 3 campgrounds in the Deniliquin area of Murray Valley Regional Park. Perfect for families, go fishing, walking and bike riding.
Deniliquin mountain bike trails
Ride Deniliquin mountain bike trails in Murray Valley Regional Park. This popular singletrack cycling network is perfect for intermediate riders.
For the latest updates on fires, closures and other alerts in this area, see https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/kolety-walking-tracks/local-alerts
- National Parks Contact Centre
- 7am to 7pm daily
- 1300 072 757 (13000 PARKS) for the cost of a local call within Australia excluding mobiles
- in Murray Valley Regional Park in the Murray-Riverina region
All the practical information you need to know about Kolety walking tracks.
Grade 2Learn more about the grading system Features of this track
20 - 25min
Quality of markings
Clearly sign posted
No experience required
Quality of path
Getting there and parking
Kolety walking tracks are in the Deniliquin area of Murray Valley Regional Park. To get there:
From Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre:
- Head north-west on George Street
- At the round-a-bout turn right onto Napier Street
- Bear right onto Davidson Street and cross Edward River
- Continue past Deniliquin Riverside Caravan Park then turn right into the carpark at the park entrance.
From Riverina Highway or Cobb Highway:
- Drive towards Deniliquin and turn onto Davidson Street at the round-a-bout
- Just past Jones Avenue turn left into the carpark at the park entrance.
- Sealed roads
- All weather
Parking is available at the carpark on Davidson Street, located at the park entrance.
- The nearest public toilets are in Memorial Park on Memorial Drive. Open during daylight hours.
- There are no bins along Kolety walking tracks. Please use the council bins at the Davidson Street carpark.
Ringbark track has 2 picnic tables with Edward River views.
Maps and downloads
Disability access level - hard
Hard access is via steps or a steep slope, or you'll have to move across a rough surface with obstacles such as potholes, tree roots, and rocks. Assistance will be necessary.
A current NSW recreational fishing licence is required when fishing in all waters.
You can walk your dog in Murray Valley Regional Park, including Kolety walking tracks, as long as they are kept on a leash, and any park restrictions for dogs are observed. Dogs may not be brought into Murray Valley National Park.
Trail bikes are not permitted on Kolety walking tracks.
Camp fires and solid fuel burners
NSW national parks are no smoking areas.