Yarrawonga to Burramine Cycling Trail


The Yarrawonga to Burramine Cycling Walking Trail (CWT) provides locals and tourists alike a safe way to explore more of our beautiful shire taking you along the Murray finishing at the Historical Byramine Homestead. 

This track will be the first Moira Shire contribution to the Murray River Adventure Trail.
This initial stage is a standalone project and is part of an aspirational goal to link Yarrawonga and Cobram (40kms) with riverside CWTs. The project aims to capitalise on Yarrawonga as an established tourism destination.
The trail includes two hospitality/tourism businesses operating along that stretch of road therefore offering destinations or points of interest along the route.

The trail will benefit the tourism businesses along the trail and in the townships through extending length of stay with the flow on boost to the economy and employment.
The route includes numerous existing links to the Murray River Park which enables you to design a route that suits you.

For more information visit these webpages:
Sun Country On The Murray
Parks Victoria
Murray Regional Tourism


Before you start your trip

Be prepared and enjoy your adventure.

Take with you money, plenty of water, something to eat, sunscreen, first aid kit, puncture repair kit, insect repellent 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 - remember to check the forecast.   


Icon Explanation

icon-cycling-easy-15km.png   Bike - Grade Easier 
icon-walking-and-wheelchair-accessible-15km.png  Access for people with limited mobility
icon-Bathroom-facilities-available.png    All abilities toilets available at Yarrawonga Foreshore, Yarrawonga Weir and Byramine Homestead (For customers)
icon-bbq-available.png   BBQs available at Yarrawonga Foreshore.
icon-bike-repair-station.png   Cycle repair station available at Byramine Homestead.
icon - water.png Water available at Yarrawonga Foreshore and Byramine Homestead (for purchase).
icon-information-centre.png  Information Centre.
icon-picnic-tables.png    Rest area ~10km corner Reedys Rd and Murray Valley Highway.
Currently under construction.
icon-tea-and-coffee.png    Cafe available at Byramine Homestead.

Acknowledgement of 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. 


The construction of this trail 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 in August 2020.  

Partners and Contractors

Key Partners

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Parks Victoria logo.png   Kelly Bros.png   MRTB_Logo_Blue(PMS).png


Key Contractors

EDA.jpgTomkinson Logo with Tagline.jpgO'Loughlins Excavations.jpg


Other Significant Partners

  • Red Gum Environmental
  • Michel Signs
  • GHD
  • De Neefe Signs
  • Yorta Yorta Aboriginal Corporation


The following media was published following the opening of this trail:
Yarrawonga to Burramine Adventure Trail officially opens