GUNDAGAI Walking Trails
Dog on the Tuckerbox Trail
The Dog on the Tuckerbox Walking/ Cycling/Horse Riding Trail is a 4 km trail connecting the town with the Dog on the Tuckerbox. Use the quiet roads to access the trail from the main street (an extra 3km), or park your car at the track head at the end of Spring Flat Drive. Surface suitable for mountain bikes.
Stretch out and relax after a long journey and take a leisurely stroll from Sheridan Street (turning south onto Otway Street) over to the Murrumbidgee River. You will pass the ANZAC Grove Memorial, and monuments marking the great flood and the passing of explorers. Take in the detail as you pass under the historic timber rail bridge.
Architectural Heritage Walk
The heritage charm of Gundagai can be fully explored on these walks and drives of the town. Pick up the ‘Explore Gundagai’s Architectural Heritage’ Flyer from the Visitor Information Centre.
Off the beaten track
If you are interested in a more natural walking experience without a formed track we have several options on Crown Land including the Gundagai Common, South Gundagai Common (Stoney Beach) and Mount Kimo. Visitor Centre staff would be happy to provide you with directions and a map to access these areas. Please ensure you respect country etiquette and close any gates you open.
Gundagai Visitor Information Centre
249 Sheridan Street Gundagai NSW 2722
Ph 02 6944 0250
Open 9am to 4.30pm 7 days (Closed for lunch 12.30pm to 1pm on weekends and public holidays)
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