Bike Paths & Walking Trails

Whether you are travelling to work or school, or just looking for a great leisure experience, Wyndham has many bike trails and walking paths for you to explore.

Walking is one of the easiest ways to be active, keeping you healthy and happy, and best of all it’s free! Aim for 30 minutes a day (in at least 10 minute blocks) and you can reduce the risk of many health issues including heart disease, stroke, and Type 2 diabetes. Walking can help achieve a healthier weight, maintain bone density, improve balance and coordination, reduce stress and improve your mood.

Many of the trails connect to other paths and points of interest, including the Federation Trail which takes you to Brooklyn where you can continue to Melbourne.

Tips for all shared path users:

  • Keep left unless overtaking.
  • Think safe - be considerate of others and give way to other path users.
  • If riding a bike keep to an appropriate speed (20 to 25 km/hr max), when passing slow down, ring your bell gently and call ‘passing’.
  • Move off the path if you are stopping.
  • Visit VicRoads’ Cyclist Safety webpage for advice on riding safely and responsibly.
  • Find out about road rules on VicRoads’ Bicycle Road Rules webpage

Davis Creek Active Path (Tarneit)

Two shared paths for you to enjoy.

Long Course is 4.2km marked in Blue, Short Course is 2.2km marked in Orange

Both looped paths start on the footpath next to Wootten Rd Reserve and run beside Davis Creek.

This is a shared footpath so please be mindful of other users and keep to the left.

Davis Creek Active Path

Werribee River Trail (Werribee and Tarneit)

Werribee River Bike Trail winds alongside the Werribee River from Presidents Park in Wyndham Vale to the Princes Freeway, Werribee.

This is a shared trail so keep your eye out for pedestrians and the Saturday morning Park Run at Presidents Park.

You can start your journey at many entry points along the trail, including the Werribee Train Station.

The Werribee Rive Trail has three main sections:

Presidents Park in Wyndham Vale travelling north to Tarneit along Davis Creek

The paths around Presidents Park are about 2km and the perfect place for learner riders.

For a longer ride, cross the river at the ‘Shaw’s Road Bridge’ and head north along the Werribee River to Tarneit, connecting to the Davis Creek Trail.

From Presidents Park you can also connect to the pathways in Wyndham Vale, via the flood way path. Access is between the skate park and dog obedience club.

Presidents Park in Wyndham Vale travelling south to Cottrell St, Werribee

With the trail along both sides of the Werribee River this is the perfect 5km loop or an easy and scenic 2.5km in one direction.

Car parking is at the Off-Lead dog park at Presidents Park.

Werribee CBD to Princes Freeway, Werribee.

This part of the trail takes you into Werribee City Centre, through Wyndham Park and past Chirnside Park. Head into one of the many cafes in Watton Street to refuel or take a break in the park.

Between Chirnside Park and the Princess Freeway there are several quiet places to rest and watch the riverbank.  This is the section of the river that you would be most likely to sight the elusive Platypus.   

If you want some local history, some sights along this trail are signed with both indigenous and early pastoralist history.

At the Princess Freeway end of the trail you have two options: to connect to the Federation Trail or continue your journey into the Werribee River Park and Werribee Park Precinct (Werribee Park Mansion and Werribee Open Range Zoo). The section of the trail which goes under the freeway is unmade, cyclists will need to dismount and walk their bikes.

Wyndham Bay Trail (Werribee South)

Werribee South is a popular destination for locals and visitors.

The Wyndham Bay Trail is a paved scenic route along the Werribee South Foreshore, Port Phillip Bay, ending at Wyndham Harbour.  The trail is 2.5km each way.

Start your journey from the Werribee South Beach carpark. This is where the Werribee River meets Port Phillip Bay and a perfect place to explore, here you will find:

  • One of the most popular boat ramps in the bay
  • A children’s playground with BBQ’s
  • A small jetty for fishing
  • Enough open space to fly a kite

There is an abundance of bird life along this trail, especially Pelicans who like to check out the fisherman’s catch at the end of the day.  Across the road is Anglers Anchorage ‘a popular spot for take away coffee or fish & chips - a local favourite’.

Federation Bike Trail (Werribee, Hoppers Crossing and Point Cook)

Please note: Detours are in effect throughout March – September 2023 as we continue upgrading the Federation Trail and transforming the MOS Reserve into a new linear park. Visit the Greening the Pipeline Major Project page for more information.

The Federation Trail is a safe off-road, sealed path for pedestrians and cyclists, providing a link between Werribee and Brooklyn.  The 24 km trail passes through the municipalities of Brimbank, Hobsons Bay and Wyndham.  It will take most cyclists between 1-2 hours (in each direction).

The trail mostly follows the historic reservation of the Main Outfall Sewer (MOS). 

On this trail cyclists will pass through the Williams Landing Parkland and community garden, part of the Greening the Pipeline project.

After crossing the aqueduct over Skeleton Creek, the shared path travels south along Skeleton Creek reserve.  It then passes under the Melbourne-Geelong rail line and follows the rail reserve towards Hoppers Lane.

The trail continues along Hoppers Lane before reconnecting with the MOS reserve adjacent to the Princes Freeway at the Maltby Bypass.  The trail continues along the northern side of the freeway before crossing Duncans Road at a signalised intersection, then following the path underneath the large cypress trees until it reaches the Werribee River. 

At the Werribee River you can connect to the heading north along the Werribee River Trail.  Cross the bridge to connect to the Werribee River Park Trail (and into Werribee Park Precinct) or for experienced cyclists join onto the Princes Freeway and ride towards Geelong.

The trail is well marked on Google maps if you want to check directions along the way.

Heathdale/Glen Orden Wetlands Bike Trail (Werribee and Hoppers Crossing)

This easy 3.3km trail winds down via Cambridge Primary School through Cambridge Reserve to Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing and back.

You will pass the Heathdale Glen Orden Wetlands (popular for bird watching) along the way. It is worth taking a short detour to circle the wetlands.

This is an easy flat ride, popular with families because it is all off road, and there are plenty of places to play and explore along the way.

To continue further along the trail, cross Derrimut Road and follow the drainage reserve to the Princes Highway, where you can link up to the Federation Trail.

Lollypop Creek Bike Trail (Wyndham Vale)

Lollypop Creek flows through Wyndham Vale, and the bike trail follows the creek through the residential areas and past sporting reserves.

There are many areas you can enter the trail.  Start at Wyndham Vale Reserve and head north across Greens Road along to Armstrong Road.

Past Armstrong Road the path continues along the creek through the newly established suburbs at Manor Lakes past small wetlands and parks.

Point Cook Shared Path Network

The network includes many shared paths and suggested routes including links to the Wyndham Bay Trail, which runs from Hobsons Bay to Point Cook Coastal Park.

Directional (wayfinding) signs and maps located in Point Cook show shared paths, trails, destinations and amenities.

Sanctuary Lakes South Boulevard and Saltwater Coast Estate boardwalk connects the northern and southern sections of the Bay Trail. The 21km Bay Trail (marked in red in the first map) connects to Altona and Williamstown beach foreshores and passes through wetlands including: Cheetham Wetlands, Truganina Park, Altona Coastal Park, and Jawbone Conservation Reserve.

The second map has 4 different circular routes, ranging from 2.2km to 4.5km.

Please remember to keep to the left and respect other path users. 

Point Cook Shared Path Network


Point Cook circuit


Skeleton Creek (Tarneit, Hoppers Crossing and Point Cook)

Please note: Detours are in effect throughout March – September 2023 as we continue upgrading the Federation Trail and transforming the MOS Reserve into a new linear park. Visit the Greening the Pipeline Major Project page for more information.

The Skeleton Creek Trail consists of two sections.

The first section winds its way through residential estates from Leakes Road, Tarneit heading south to Old Geelong Road.  There are multiple entry points and this section of the trail connects to the Federation Trail at the Viaduct before Old Geelong Road.

The second section is south of the Princes Freeway starting at Boardwalk Estate, Point Cook, running along both sides of Skeleton Creek as far as the Cheetham Wetlands.   You will travel through Point Cook, Seabrook and Sanctuary Lakes. Just before you get to the Cheetham Wetlands there is a bridge to cross the creek and head to Altona Meadows.  You can connect to the Bay Trail here.

Along the creek are sites of significance to Indigenous people, wetland areas as well as remnants of an old bluestone dairy.

Victoria Walks

Create, discover and share walks wherever you live, work and play.

Victoria Walking maps will excite and inspire you to explore what is at your own doorstep, take a scenic stroll around premier tourist destinations or schedule a 30-minute walking meeting around your workplace.

Werribee River Walks

Skeleton Creek and Cheetham Wetland Walks

Lollypop Creek Walk

  • Lollypop Creek Trail, Wyndham Vale: Elevated boardwalks open this 4.4km loop walk along the creek and wetlands. This section of the Lollypop Creek Trail leads to the spectacular and serene Tucker's Waterhole.

To find out more visit Walking Maps. 

Walking Groups

For social connection and a guided walk through your local area, why not join one of Wyndham’s free organised Walking Groups. These groups usually accommodate all speeds of walking with lead and tail walking guides, however please confirm all details with the group organiser before joining.

All of Wyndham’s independently organised and community centre facilitated walking groups operate following COVID-19 safety guidelines in line with the Australian Government and Heart Foundation Walking Groups.

To list your walking group, please send all relevant walk and contact details to

Pram Walking

Pram walking groups are for families with children under 18 months of age.

Join other families for a relaxed 60 minute walk and enjoy some fresh air and exercise.

Find the times and locations on the Pram Walking Groups page.

Werribee River Rovers

Group Organiser: Michael Poswiat,
Walk time: Weekly, Thursdays 10:00 am
Meeting point: Rotating between the end of Watton Street Werribee, Werribee Mansion area and Werribee South. Walkers are notified of the location every week by email.
Duration of walk: 45-60 minutes (this walk is listed as ‘medium pace’)

Iramoo Strollers

Group Organiser: Iramoo Community Centre, 8742 3688,
Walk time: Weekly, Thursdays 9:30 am
Meeting point: Iramoo Community Centre, 84 Honour Avenue Wyndham Vale
Duration of walk: 30-40 minutes

The Grange Community Centre Walkers

Group Organiser: Karen Cain at The Grange Community Centre, 8742 8000,

Walk times: Weekly, Wednesdays 9.30 to 10.45am (slow to medium), Thursdays 9.30 to 10.45am (medium to fast)
Meeting point: The Grange Community Centre, 260-280 Hogans Rd Hoppers Crossing
Duration of walk: 45-60 minutes

More information on The Grange Walking group page

Point Cook Activity Group

Group Organiser: Bev Morrissey, 0417 324 489,
Walk time: Every weekday, 9:00 am
Meeting point: Outside AUS Drycleaning at Point Cook Shopping Centre (formerly Point Cook Town Centre), Main Street Point Cook
Duration of walk: 45-60 minutes (this walk is listed as ‘medium pace’)

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