Corowa Mulwala Cycle Trail
The Corowa Mulwala Cycle Trail is a family-friendly 43-km trail that skirts the northern bank of the Murray River and Lake Mulwala, linking the towns of Corowa and Mulwala.
Part of a new trail connecting Albury to Tocumwal via Howlong and Cobram Barooga, the trail is sealed and mostly flat, making it perfect for cycling buffs as well as sightseers looking for a more leisurely way to explore this beautiful part of the world.
Experience more nature
The Corowa Mulwala Cycle Trail is bookended by lovely town boardwalks that attract locals and visitors to the waterfront. Between these towns, the trail features native habitat, bird-breeding areas, revegetated riverbanks, and opportunities for bushwalking, fishing and recreational boating.
Spend a few hours cycling this trail, stopping off for a picnic at one of the many parks along the way – several with free barbecues, toilets and shaded seating.
Enjoy the scenery at Kyffins Reserve near Mulwala, or along the boardwalk over the lake near the stunning River of Islands at the east end of Lake Mulwala. It’s a lovely way to reconnect with the environment, free from the hassle of road traffic.
Discover regional Aussie life
Take some time to wander the streets of Corowa and Mulwala Yarrawonga, looking out for shops selling local fresh produce, arts and crafts. Pop into a café or settle in for a meal at one of the pubs and clubs in these towns, all withing easy walking distance of the trail.
Adult and children’s bike hire is available in Corowa and Yarrawonga.