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Murramarang National Park just north of the small town of Batemans Bay in New South Wales is a magnificent coastal park that stretches for 45 km and full of amazing environments. The park includes some of the most unique beaches, sandstone features, rock pools and achievable cycling.
Visit the park on a guided cycle, the ride includes vehicle support to carry cold drinks, lunch, swimmers and perfect for non cyclists or cyclists can choose to hop on hop off when it suits. The cycling options are varied and can be suited to your ability levels, some may choose challenging single tracks and others may be more comfortable on park roads as you slip through amazing spotted gum forest!
Meet your guides at the Murramarang Resort Car Park to fit our your comfort mountain bike and receive a outline of the day.
Start your gentle ride to the first great views, Emily Miller beach and walk between amazing Sandstone cliffs carved and coloured by ocean spray. The weathered shelf shows fabulous colors of pink and yellow and forms the last southern tip of the Sydney Sandstone Basin. The cycling continues through the forest where if your lucky you can see the rare Glossy Black Cockatoo, Lace Monitors and a range of brightly coloured parrots flying between trees. The gently undulating ride does have the opportunity to visit many of the unique beaches, each slightly different, group and ability permitting.
Arrive at North Head, the southern most tip of the park, here you will park see amazing views to the ocean from the cliff section of the ride. We take a well earned rest from the bike and stroll out to the rock platform to discover one of the best rock pools in our region.
Many people choose to take a swim, your swimmers and towel can travel in the van for the journey. Lunch is enjoyed after we cool off and cyclists have the choice to travel back to the start location on the bike or take a well earned rest in the van!
Arrive back to the start location
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