Just to keep life simple, I’ve updated our previous bike tracks post with some new bike tracks added and they’ve all been listed here by suburb.
Hope you enjoy cycling with the kids in Sydney. Please do tell us of any more bike tracks – we’d love to add more.
NB If you are looking for longer cycle routes that work well when your children are competent cyclists, click here.
Balmoral Beach- Balmoral Oval
The cricket oval at the south end of Balmoral has a bike path all the way round it. Just back from the beach at the south end. Read about where to park etc on this Balmoral Beach post.
Campbelltown – Bicycle Education and Road Safety Centre
A huge bike track, excellent spot! Check out the council website page here.
Centennial Park – Centennial Parklands
There is a very bike bike track with play equipment on opposite side of the park from the cafe.
Cremorne – Brightmore Reserve
Brightmore Reserve has a terrific bike track, all laid out and marked like a road. See council website page here.
Drummoyne, Leichhardt, Five Dock – The Bay Run
The bay Run in a 7km loop around Iron Cove Bay – it’s terrific for cyclists though it can get busy. Website with info here.
Galston – Fagan Park
Glebe – Bicentennial Park
There is a terrific playground here and lots of cycling paths throughout the park. Read all about this lovely park for bike riding here.
Hornsby – Mountain Bike Trail
This loop is for experienced riders, however there is a section of it which is good for younger children and learners. See Hornsby Council website here.
Hunter’s Hill – Buffalo Creek Reserve
Great bike track here as well as some interesting and fun play equipment, all in a beautiful bushy locale. Read details on my Buffalo Creek Reserve Playground post here.
Manly – Lagoon Park
The playground here is great and bike tracks lead along the dam and also there’s a bike path all the way down to Shelly Beach. Click here for more info.
Manly Vale – Passmore Reserve
Bike track goes all around the playing fields, passing by the excellent playground, click here for more info.
Merrylands – Holroyd Gardens
There’s a cycle training track here, all painted with proper road markings, as well as the fabulous playground. Click here for more info.
Mona Vale – Winnererremy Bay Playground
The huge oval by the playground has a bike track around it. For more info click the Winnererremy Bay Playground post here.
Narrabeen – Narrabeen Lake Circuit
There’s now a walking and cycling track right around Narrabeen Lake. Start or finish at the fab Bilarong Playground and Reserve.
Ryde – Blenheim Park
Lovely bike track by the playground. Read all the information you need on my Blenheim Park playground post here.
Ryde Park has a marvellous bike and scooter track. Check out Ryde Park on this post.
St Ives – Showground Playground and Bike Track
Bike track here has great shade and play equipment beside it.
Sydney Olympic Park – Bicentennial Park
A good kids cycle track goes around the park by the playground, plus heaps of cycle paths throughout the park. Find details on parking on this Bicentennial Park post here.
Terrey Hills – BMX Bike Track
A fantastic bike track for older kids. Check out the full post and photos here.
Wahroonga – Jubes Mountain Bike Park
This mountain bike park is within Golden Jubilee Field and has three distinct areas of difficulty. Check details and see a short video on the council website here.
West Pymble – Bicentennial Park
Lots of bike tracks throughout the park, excellent playground there too.
Willoughby – Hallstrom Park
By the playground is a big oval bike track for kids. Find information about Hallstrom Park here.
Willoughby – Willoughby Park
There’s a small bike track by the playground and then a large bike track all around the oval. Photos and Willoughby Park info here.
So that’s our list of the best kids bike tracks in Sydney. Whew! We’d love to hear of more.
Where do you love to ride a bike?
My absolute fave is not in Sydney, it’s the track that runs along the beach between Huskisson and Vincentia at Jervis Bay – the views!
What about you?
Find More Sydney Cycling Routes and Courses
Most councils have maps of the local area showing cycle routes. Check council websites, most are happy to post out maps.
Check the Austcycle website to find cycle training in your area.
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