alert-circle-i arrow-down arrow-left arrow-up at-sign calendar clock email-84 facebook globe instagram linkedin mail marker phone location tags twitter youtube

Yarrawonga to Burramine Cycling Walking Trail

Ride or walk along the 13.5km trail from Yarrawonga to Burramine

The Yarrawonga to Burramine Cycling Walking Trail is accessible for walkers and cyclists of all abilities and ages. You can tailor your ride to your fitness levels and time available.

Start your journey at the Yarrawonga Foreshore. Or if you want an even longer trip, start at the iconic Sebel Hotel, ride through Chinaman’s Island to the Yarrawonga Foreshore and pick up the trail from there.

Ride alongside the Murray Valley Highway, past the renowned Rich Glen Olive Estate and see the 36,000 olive trees that form the basis of their 150 products lovingly made on the estate.

The trail ends at Byramine Homestead – Victoria’s oldest homestead! Stop there for a bite to eat or a refreshing drink made from their onsite brewery.

If you feel like venturing off-road, the trail also links to riverside tracks in the Murray River Park (note this section is not suitable for road bikes). Design your own journey and wander along the majestic Murray River among the towering river red gums.

The trail will eventually be extended all the way to Cobram, linking the two major tourist towns together.

Find out more

Moira Shire Council

Parks Victoria

Before you start your trip

Be prepared and enjoy your adventure.

Take with you money, plenty of water, sunscreen, insect repellent, first aid kit, puncture repair kit, something to eat and suitable clothing for the conditions.

In case of emergency call '000'
Describe your location to emergency services using local road or Parks Victoria road / trail names.

Beware of snakes, fire, falling limbs, exposure to weather so remember to check the forecast.

Murray River Adventure Trail

The Yarrawonga to Burramine Cycling Walking Trail forms part of the Murray River Adventure Trail - the world's first multi-mode trail that can be cycled, walked and paddled. The trail extends from Lake Hume, near Albury Wodonga in the east to Mildura, Wentworth in the West. The Trail traverses secluded River Red Gum forests and major settlements along the length of the Murray River and provides opportunities for visitors to experience the Murray River in its natural setting, allowing immersion in the environment through active recreation.

Find out more about the Murray River Adventure Trail


The construction of this track has been made possible thanks to the funding provided by the Australian Federal Government in the Murray-Darlin Basin Economic Development Program (Round 2) of $617,950. The announcement was made by Federal Member of Nicholls The Hon. Damian Drum.

Acknowledgement to Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which we meet today, the eight clans of the Yorta Yorta Nation. We also pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.