Cycling in Tenterfield

Check out these great rides – a collection of memorable day and multi-day routes across the beautiful Tenterfield Shire.

Tenterfield Shire’s quiet gravel roads and remote, high-country wilderness trails offer breath taking cycling experiences. From easy-paced rambles to multi-day bike-packing epics,
Tenterfield offers a range of great gravel and off-road adventures. Escape to stunning scenery and relaxed country vibe along our quiet country roads. Spectacular scenery abounds with rock monoliths, waterfalls, gorges, wild rivers and wildlife in World-Heritage National Parks.

Ride your heart out. And when you’re ready to relax with a hot shower and a good feed, Tenterfield and the Shire’s villages offer plenty of accommodation and eating options – great pubs, motels and B&Bs – along with restaurants and cafes with great coffee, boutique shopping, arts & crafts and collectables.


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Cycling in Tenterfield

  • Tenterfield Northern Loop | 7.8km
  • Boonoo Boonoo Short Circuit | 14km
  • Tenterfield Northern Loop | 17km
  • Lindrook Loop | 20km
  • Imbergers Loop | 40km
  • Black Swamp Road | 47km
  • Woodside – Gunyah Day Ride | 54km
  • The Gunyah Return Day Ride | 55km
  • Timbarra – Lindrook Loop | 85km
  • Billirimba Lookout | 96km
  • Bolivia and Back | 115km
  • Tenterfield – Harrigans Lane | 120km
  • Rocky River and Drake Overnighter | 139km
  • Tenterfield to Stanthorpe Overnighter | 141km
  • Tenterfield – Bolivia – Torrington Overnighter | 179km
  • The Deepwater Loop | 238km
  • The Texas Lasso | 325km

These routes are a part of a collection of day and multi-day routes created by Jorja Creighton aka @jambi_jambi for Visit Tenterfield.

Discover more things to see and do in Tenterfield at the Tenterfield Visitor Information Centre
157 Rouse Street, Tenterfield NSW
(02) 6736 1082

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.