Wyndham Bike Maps

Whether you are commuting, getting the kids to school, going to the shops or just looking for a great leisure experience, Wyndham has some great bike paths for you to get out and enjoy!

Wyndham City has produced a variety of bike maps for you to learn where your local bike paths are and where you can get to. Check out the map that’s best for you and get riding today!

Please note that, while we take every effort to get these maps as accurate as possible, some paths may not be exactly as depicted. If you notice any differences between the maps and what is out there in reality please let us know via mail@wyndham.vic.gov.au

Legend/Description of each path (refer to legend on map)

Shared: Legally Shared Paths should have signage to confirm they are Shared Paths, please check for Signage before riding on a path. Shared Paths can be used by both cyclists and pedestrians. On shared paths cyclists should always ride at a safe speed and warn other path users before passing (with a bell). All users of shared paths should respect other users and stay to the left hand side as travel is allowed in both directions.

On-Road: On-Road bike facilities can be either bike lanes marked on the road or service lanes (without markings). Cyclists must abide by the road rules when riding on the road.

Bike Only: Bike Only paths are for cyclists only and are not to be used by either pedestrians or cars (including no car parking). Bike Only paths only exist in conjunction with roads and foot paths. Cyclists can ride in either direction on a bike only path but should stay to the left hand side.

Werribee River Shared Path

A shared path across the Werribee River underneath the Werribee to Geelong railway line is now open, filling a critical missing link for pedestrians and cyclists.

Werribee River shared path and boardwalk allows pedestrians and cyclists to travel along the river from Cottrell Street to Wyndham Park, completing the Werribee River Trail.  It also ensures a continuous route along the river corridor from Davis Creek in Tarneit to end of the Federation Trail in Altona. 

With the opening of the Werribee River Shared Path, pedestrians and cyclists now have a safe route to the Werribee Railway Station and the Werribee City Centre, which allows people catching the train or doing some shopping to leave the car at home.

The Werribee River is one of the jewels in Wyndham’s crown and this new path will also ensure more people than ever before have the opportunity to experience its natural beauty up close.

Wyndham Bay Trail

Distance: 1.6 kilometres (approx).

Grade: Easy. Partially sealed.

Entry Points:

  • Werribee South Beach carpark, Werribee South (Melway Ref: 209 F 11).
  • Carpark near corner of Beach and Duncans Rds, Werribee South (Melway Ref: 209 J 10).

Enjoy this scenic route along the Werribee South foreshore. Werribee South is a popular tourist destination. The beaches and fishing attract thousands of visitors each year.

Federation Bike Trail

The Federation Trail is a safe off-road, sealed path for pedestrians and cyclists, providing a link between  Werribee & Brooklyn.  The trail passes through the Cities of Brimbank, Hobsons Bay and Wyndham and is 24 kilometres from one end to the other.  It will take most riders between 1-2 hours to ride.

The trail generally follows the historic reservation of the Main Outfall Sewer (MOS).  From Millers Road in Brooklyn, the shared path follows the MOS reserve through the western Melbourne suburbs of Brooklyn, Laverton North and Truganina.  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 before following the path underneath the large cypress trees until it reaches the Werribee River.  The trail then allows for direct connection to either travel north along the Werribee River Trail or to join onto the Princes Freeway and ride towards Geelong.

Heathdale/Glen Orden Wetlands Bike Trail

Distance: 3.3 kilometres (approx), by Heaths and Derrimut Rds.

Grade: Easy. Partially sealed.

Entry Points

Princes Highway, Hoppers Crossing
(Melway Ref: 206 E 5).

Dowling Ave, Hoppers Crossing
(Melway Ref: 202 C 10).

This bike trail winds its way down past the Cambridge Primary School through Cambridge Reserve to Heaths Road, Hoppers Crossing. The path continues from Heaths Road to Derrimut Road, passing the entrance point to the Heathdale Glen Orden Wetlands along the way. To continue further along the trail, cross Derrimut Road and follow the drainage reserve to the Princes Highway.

Little River Bike Trail

Entry points Little River Recreational Reserve & Possy Newland Reserve.

Lollypop Creek Bike Trail

Distance: 2.0 kilometres (approx).

Grade: Easy. Partially sealed.

Entry Points

  • Lollypop Drive, Wyndham Vale
  • (Melway Ref: 204 J 4).
  • Wyndham Vale Reserve, Honour Ave, Wyndham Vale (Melway Ref: 205 A 8).
  • Olive Way, Wyndham Vale (Melway Ref 205, A8).

Lollypop Creek flows through Wyndham Vale. The trail starts north of Greens Road at Lollypop Drive, Wyndham Vale and follows the creek southwards through the drainage reserve until it reaches Wyndham Vale Reserve.

Skeleton Creek

Distance: 4.5 - 5.0 kilometres (approx).

Grade: Easy. Partially sealed.

Entry Points

  • Grevillea Crescent, Hoppers Crossing
  • (Melway Ref 203 B8).
  • Bromage Close, Hoppers Crossing
  • (Melway Ref 203 B11).
  • Arcadian Place, Hoppers Crossing
  • (Melway Ref 203 A6).
  • The Breakwater, Point Cook
  • (Melway Ref: 207 E 1).
  • The Promenade, Point Cook
  • (Melway Ref: 207 H 1).

The Skeleton Creek Bike Trail is presently in two sections with further connections to be developed in the future. The first section runs from Sayers Road, Hoppers Crossing southwards to Old Geelong Road. The second section is south of the Princes Freeway in the Boardwalk Estate, Point Cook. This section of the trail runs along both sides of Skeleton Creek.

There are two secondary trails which run off this path. These trails run along the Sayers and Hoppers Crossing Drainage Reserves, Hoppers Crossing, with entry points off Sayers and Hogans Roads.

Werribee River Bike Trail

Distance: 4.6 kilometres (approx).

Grade: Easy. Partially sealed.

Note: some sections are currently not suitable for bikes. Please contact Wyndham City Council for further information.

Entry Points

  • Presidents Park, Wyndham Vale
    (Melway Ref: 205 E 4).
  • Cottrell St, Werribee
    (Melway Ref: 205 J 7).
  • Wyndham Park/Comben St, Werribee (Melway Ref: 205 J 8).
  • Chirnside Park, Werribee
    (Melway Ref: 205 G/H 9).

The Werribee River Bike Trail winds beside the Werribee River from Presidents Park, Wyndham Vale to the Princes Highway, Werribee. Car parking is available at Presidents Park Adventure Playground where you can cycle on the connecting bike paths around the park. These connect with the Werribee River Bike Trail.

This trail is in four main parts, which are:

  • Presidents Park, Wyndham Vale;
  • Heaths Rd, Wyndham Vale - Cottrell St, Werribee (this section of the trail runs along both sides of the Werribee River);
  • Werribee CBD - Chirnside Park, Werribee; and
  • Chirnside Park - Princes Highway. This end of the trail is to be constructed in the future and will ultimately connect up with the Federation Trail.

Chirnside Park is a popular picnic spot and within the area you will find the Werribee Olympic Outdoor Pool as well as tennis, football/cricket, fishing and bowling facilities and historic monuments.

Victorian Walks Website

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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.

To find out more visit Walking Maps.

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