Tuggerah Lake Loop
Start this ride by catching a train to Wyong Train Station. From there ride parallel to the railway line up Howarth Street and left at Panonia Road. From there, follow a series of roads for 4 kilometres: Boyce Avenue, McDonagh Road and finally Wolseley Avenue. which becomes Tuggerawong Road. Travel along this road for about 5 kilometres and go right at Marks Road for 1.3 kilometres, right again at Dalnott Road then into Leichhardt Road and Lett Street and finally left into Lakeview Avenue. Turn right into Mary Street and at the end, ride into the car park of Wallarah Bay Recreational Club. Get onto the path next to Wallarah Road and ride over Toukley Bridge.
Follow Main Road to Dunleigh Street and go right and immediately right again into Moss Avenue, which takes you to Canton Beach right on the lake. A t Bellowrie Street turn left and at Evans Road go right. At the end of the road to the right is a pathway which winds through Wyrrabalong National Park. At the end is a small car park. Cross to the other side of the road, but be very careful as this is a busy road. There is a marked cycle lane all the way to the Entrance Bridge. There are numerous cafes and restaurants to eat and drink, as well as pelican feeding at Memorial park in the afternoons.
Ride on The Entrance Road and, when possible, get onto Tuggerah Lake Cycleway. This a fantastic shared pathway which winds along the shoreline for 10 kilometres to Chittaway Bay. The ride passes through the lakeside suburbs of Long Jetty, Killarney Vale and Berkley Vale.
When you reach the park at Chittaway Bay, cross to the other side of Lakedge Avenue, go over the creek and ride along the pathway to the left. Go right into James Watt Drive and left into Chittaway Road. Just before the intersection with Wyong Road, cross to the pathway on the northern side of Chittaway Road. After a short ride a sign will direct you under the road to the pathway on the other side. After 2.5 kilometres, near the intersection of Wyong Road and the Pacific Highway, there is a fork in the pathway. The one to the left goes under Wyong Road. From there you can catch a train from Tuggerah Station or continue on to Wyong.
This entire ride is 47 kilometres.
There are many places on this ride where you can start or finish, to suit yourself.