Shared bike and pedestrian pathways
The shared pathway network winds its way from the north of Shepparton, at Water's Reserve, South along the Goulburn River to the centre of the City, and branches West to Mooroopna and south to Kialla Lakes.
The pathways run through areas of natural beauty, including forest and river environments, and is connected in places by on road access links.
Cycle in Greater Shepparton guide
A cycling guide to Greater Shepparton, including cycling routes from 20km to 80km, and the Yahna Gurti Shared Path Network.
Walk in Greater Shepparton guide
A walking guide to Greater Shepparton, including the Yahna Gurti Shared Path Network.
Greater Shepparton Bicycle User Group - BUG
BUG Shepparton are a keen bunch of cyclists from central Victoria who meet together for the enjoyment, exercise and adventure of regular, friendly organised recreational bicycle rides.
The objectives of the Shepparton BUG are;
- To plan and actively participate in a range of organised bicycle rides.
- To provide a forum for cyclists to meet and discuss cycling matters in a friendly and supportive manner.
- To work closely with local authorities within the municipality to establish and/or improve safe cycling conditions.
- To promote the benefits of all types of cycling throughout the region.
- Greater Shepparton BUG believes that cycling is convenient, non-polluting, healthy and should be regarded as a normal activity for people to do for everyday travel and pleasure.
More information can be found on the Shepparton Bicycle User Group website.
Cycling Training Routes
Greater Shepparton provides a cycle training route that takes in some of Greater Shepparton's best terrain. Being relatively flat, Greater Shepparton allows riders of all fitness levels the opportunity to extensively explore the region. Please see the map below for suggested training routes available in the Shepparton area.
Greater Shepparton Cycling Strategy
The Greater Shepparton Cycling Strategy sets the direction for cycling in Greater Shepparton and incorporates the vision for the next ten years.
The strategy provides a framework and vision for a cycling network that illustrates existing and future facilities. An action plan is proposed to enable these facilities to be implemented. The strategy action plan is all about setting the basis for delivering the proposed bicycle network and supports sports/tourism cycling facility development.
Hume Region Significant Trails Strategy
This strategy contains a number of recommendations to guide the Hume Region Significant Tracks and Trails Committee when promoting tourism potential and to seek funding and resources to develop, enhance and upgrade regionally significant tracks and trails in the Hume region.
The strategy links to and complements a wide range of local, municipal and state-wide strategies, and is a blueprint for the Hume region in relation to the development and enhancement of tracks and trails over the next ten years.