Wahgunyah River Walking and Cycle Trail

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Whether you walk or cycle this trail, it will take you through beautiful old river gums, local vineyards as well as historic spots. Walking will take you approximately one and a half hours.

Park at the Wahgunyah Football Oval, Reserve Street Wahgunyah and start your walk along the trail. 

The trail will wind through beautiful old gum trees and will eventually bring you to the Murray River. Turn left on Hyde Road and continue walking until you get to O’Donoghues Road. 

Turn right onto O’Donoghues Road and then left on Distillery Road (please be aware of traffic). Continue walking and then turn left at Kilborn Road, which is where Cofield’s Winery and The Pickled Sisters café is located. Take this opportunity to sample some wine and enjoy a meal at the cafe. Picnic tables are also available.

Walk down Kilborn Road and at the end of the road you will find the Historic John Foord Cemetery, the founder of Wahgunyah. At the end of Kilborn road turn right onto Traton Street until you get to the small swing bridge, cross the bridge and you are back to where you started.

Facilities

Barbeque Cafe Carpark Family Friendly Food and Refreshments Pet Friendly Picnic Area Public Toilet

Rates

Free Entry

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