The NSW Coast Cycle Trail connects from Sunshine Coast & Brisbane (Queensland) to Melbourne & Geelong (Victoria), via Sydney & Eden (New South Wales), along the beautiful coast of Queensland, New South Wales & Victoria, Australia.
Where possible, cycle paths and rail trails have been incorporated along the route. Our aim has been to get you away from the busy highways.
Cyclists can plan a route based on our guidelines.
The coast cycle trail is broken up into 10 regions, covering some 67 sections. Use the website menu to access the trail sections. Alternatively, use the interactive map below to find the trail section closest to you (click on marker & follow link). The total length of the trail is currently 2,900 km.
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How to use the Maps
On the upper left are controls to zoom; expand the map into a new tab; locate your position; and reset the map back to original image. On the upper right is the option to change the base map. On the lower right is an arrow that expands to show a mini-map.
Just above most maps, on the right, is an option to open the map in its own tab, which is ideal for mobile phones whilst travelling.
The icons on the map are clickable and show points of interest and/or further details. Clicking a trail generates a popup allowing GPX to be downloaded (click on the route line in order to download the .gpx file or use the icon – top right of map). For information on GPX uses, visit our Frequently Asked Questions.
Other relevant details may be placed above & below each map.
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