Discover our Off-Road Cycleways

Bella Vista Farm to Rouse Hill Town Centre Cycleway

 

 

This new and easy-to-use cycleway begins at Bella Vista Farm, taking you on a relaxed journey through the historic complex of cultural significance.

The cycleway travels from Bella Vista Farm alongside Old Windsor Road and underneath the new Northwest Rail Link (Metro) into the heart of Rouse Hill Town Centre.

With most of the track being off-road, it is ideal for both cyclists and pedestrians. Connecting the old-fashioned farm with the modern town centre, this exciting cycle track provides entertaining outdoor activity and safer transport throughout The Hills.

 

Fred Caterson Reserve Cycleway

 

 

Fred Caterson is a large sporting and recreational facility in the Castle Hill area, with a cycleway that stretch throughout the north-east and the outskirts of the popular Reserve.

The track incorporates concrete pathways and bush tracks, and finishes up in the south-west of the park.

Along the way, you will discover native Hills Shire flora and wildlife, and the range of sporting facilities available at Fred Caterson.

 

Crestwood Reserve Cycleway

 

 

Crestwood Reserve, in Baulkham Hills, includes a range of on-road and off-road cycling tracks that will suit riders of most abilities.

Apart from the tracks, the Reserve includes various sporting facilities, including rugby league, soccer, netball, as well as a skate park, children’s playground and a dog park, which you can stop along at during your ride.

The cycle track begins just near Merindah Road and continues north, along to the Reserve’s top fields, before allowing riders to circle back with ease.

For more infomation, head to www.thehills.nsw.gov.au and search “cycleways”

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