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Ride directions


Gosford Station Exit- Begin ride at Gosford Information Centre bike rack


150m and turn right


Erina St > thru Baker St Car Park > Baker St 200m


Georgiana 100m X street and > along the stadium and enter the foreshore under the bridge


Dane Dr shared path past Starship Cruises wharf 600m


600m and X at pedestrian crossing taking the shared path


Duke St 300m


Frederick St 150m


York St 150m


Webb St 400m


Adelaide St 500m through traffic lights


Russell St 600m


Barralong St 600m


Wells/Barralong/Terrigal Dr 11kms


Return to Gosford via the same route. 22.5km

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Terrigal By Twilight

This short ride of only 22kms return is ideal for the novice rider keen to explore the highlights of the Central Coast including the famous Terrigal Beach and all its restaurants, bars and cafes. Along the way you will experience some undulating hills. As this ride is designed for taking in after your day out at The Reptile Park, beach or work be sure to pack some lights on your bike, bright enough to be seen at a distance of 200m.

Medium (experienced riders)
On road and off road, shared user path
22 km

Along the way

As you reach Terrigal you may be in time for the sunset or still have energy to check out the view at The Skillion. In season you may even see whales from this point.


1. As you enter the Dane Dr Cycleway from underneath the Brian McGowan Bridge watch for glass.

2. Give Way to pedestrians on the shared user path especially the Lions Park.

3. Control speed on descents, watch for sections of Terrigal Dr as there are areas which do not have a road shoulder.

4. Once passed the Terrigal Information Centre take care as the road narrows. No shoulder exits as you enter the township of Terrigal.

5. Give Way to pedestrians once you have entered the Terrigal Beach promenade. This area has a high percentage of pedestrians.

Terrigal Lagoon, Terrigal Beach Photo: Allan Brown

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