Cycling Map and Routes - Sutherland, Kirrawee, Sylvania, Woolooware Bay

Suggested Route: Waratah Park Cycling Criterium Track

Rider Level:  All levels.

Waratah Cycling Track is located in Sutherland and is comprised of 3 looped circuits. The longest of these is 1.2km.  The track is used regularly for club bike races on weekends but when not in use it offers the opportunity to learn to ride, use it for training or ride for fitness in a safe off-road environment. Plenty of parking is available outside of race days.

Suggested Route: Woolooware Bay Shared Path (1.9 km)

Rider Level: All levels. This ride is especially suitable for beginners and young children, though care needs to be taken as it is a popular location with walkers and other cyclists.  

This is an easy off-road ride along the scenic foreshore of Woolooware Bay (see Woolooware Bay Cycling Guide in Council’s cycling map series). It’s suitable for beginners and young children though care needs to be taken as it is a popular location with walkers and other cyclists. For experienced riders, on-road links from Captain Cook Drive provide access to Kurnell. The Woolooware Bay cycleway links with the Sutherland to Woolooware Bay route in this guide, which enables cyclists to travel safely on off road shared paths across the Georges River to Brighton, with links to the Airport, Homebush and Cronulla.

Suggested Route: Kareela Oval to Taren Point (6 km)

Rider Level: Suitable for more experienced riders.

This route starts at Kareela Oval on an off-road section. At the intersection of Bates Drive and  Princes Highway, use the pedestrian lights to cross over the Princes Highway and link to Garnet Road. From here it is on-road and downhill before turning left into Bellingara Road. Continue to the roundabout and turn right into Box Road. Care needs to be taken  in this short section in Box Road due to the traffic. Continue to Port Hacking Road and cross at the pedestrian lights into Belgrave Esplanade. A line-marked on-road cycleway then winds through Sylvania Waters using Belgrave Esplanade and Holt Road, continuing to Taren Point and  finishing at Woodlands Road. The ramp crossing Captain Cook Bridge links with the Brighton to Homebush regional cycleway and is accessible  from Holt Road and Woodlands Road. To the south-east, a cycleway at the end of Parraweena Road in Taren Point provides an off-road link along the Woolooware Bay foreshore to the Solander Playing Fields, onto Captain Cook Drive, Cronulla and Kurnell. 


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