Coasties who are lucky enough to live close to the recently completed section of Tuggerawong Pathway can vouch for us when we say – it’s simply beautiful!

And the great news is that this 2km stretch of pathway that runs between Prawn Beach Lane at Wyongah to February Street, Tuggerawong is set to extend for a further two or three kilometres in the coming months.

Whether you’re looking for somewhere peaceful to stroll while bub sleeps in the pram, or you’re wanting to find somewhere that little ones can easily meander along on their bikes or scooters, one thing’s for sure – this track offers something for the soul.

There’s a lot of birdlife in the area, with beautiful black swans and pelicans to watch out for as you explore the lake. Plus there’s heaps of seating where you can stop and take in the view at various points along the pathway.

If little legs need a longer pit stop, the playground at Tuesday Street offers a good incentive to keep pedaling just that little bit further.

To stay up to date with the Tuggerawong Pathway Project and the progress of each construction phase, visit the Tuggerawong Pathway Facebook page.

Tuggerawong Pathway, Wyongah – Tuggerawong

Facilities: A smooth walking and bike path with seating along the way. There’s also a children’s playground on Tuesday Street.

Parking: You can park in any of the streets along the Pathway (February St, Monday St, Tuesday St, Wednesday St, Thursday St, Friday St, Saturday St) to gain access to the Pathway.

Location: Take the pathway from Prawn Beach Lane at Wyongah to February Street, Tuggerawong.

While you’re in the area, why not check out the playground and bike track on John’s Road, Wadalba or head slightly further north along Tuggerah Lake and pay a visit to Dalnott Reserve in Gorokan.

Header Image ©Lauren Tierney for Playing in Puddles

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