Upper Lachlan

Cycling in the Upper Lachlan

Cycling in the Upper Lachlan

Amongst the rolling hills of the Upper Lachlan you will find pioneering villages each with its own rich history and individual contribution to the character of the area. Spend a few days and you can explore the stone architecture of Taralga, the gold mining history of Tuena, the fine wool region of Gunning and the bushranging past of Collector just to name a few. And what better way than by bike?!

Quiet country roads take you off the beaten path and provide a memorable cycling experience, taking in some of the best of regional NSW grazing landscapes, while supported by townships of sufficient size to facilitate your cycling adventure - accommodation, cafes and restaurants, wineries and many points of attractions along the way.

Riding high on the Great Dividing Range at up to 1100m above sea level, the shire experiences the seasons in all their glory. Autumn blazes with fiery oranges, brilliant golden yellows and deep ruby reds. Falling leaves shower the roads and countryside with their fading glory. Winter introduces you to rolling hills blanketed in white powdery snow and the perfect excuse to snuggle up next to a roaring log fire. Spring heralds the arrival of warmer times with masses of exquisite blossoms, bulbs and flowers of every description. Gentle summers allow you to escape the harsh heat and humidity of coastal regions.

The key townships of the Upper Lachlan are Crookwell, Gunning, Dalton and Taralga.

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