Cycleways and walkways

Liverpool has numerous walkways and cycleways winding through its streets and parklands. 

A highlight is the Lake Moore Walk at Chipping Norton, stating at Chauvel Park and following the lake's scenic foreshore to Haigh Park.  The 45-minutre return trip is approximately 3.2km and is mainly flat. 

cyclistThe Liverpool to Parramatta Cycleway Rail Trail is Liverpool's main cycleway.  Starting on the corner of Scott and Bigge Streets, the trail runs beside the railway line from Liverpool to Parramatta.  The trail is 16.8km of easy, flat and straight cycleway.

For more information please click on the following highlighted links:

For more information please download the Liverpool to Parramatta Rail Trail Map or and M7 Cycleway Brochure.


Heckenberg/Busby Walk - a walk around the park

Route: Start at Heckenberg Community Centre, walk around Whitlam Parks
Length: 2km round trip, flat and mostly paved
Time: 30 minutes


Lake Moore Walk - a walk along the lake

Route: Starting from Chauvel Park, walk along the lake's scenic foreshore to Haigh Park
Length: 3.2km return trip, flat paved
Time: 45 minutes walk


Liverpool to Parramatta Cycle Rail Trail

Starts on the corner of Scott and Bigge Streets and runs beside the railway line from Liverpool to Parramatta.  It passes railway stations, shops, schools, playing fields, parks, hospitals, industrial developments and Cabramatta's famous restaurant belt.  The trail is 16.8 kilometres of easy, flat, straight cycleway.


M7 Cycleway

The M7 Cycleway beings at Camden Valley Way, Prestons and ends at Old Windsor Road, Glenwood.  It passes through the Liverpool suburbs of Prestons, Hinchinbrook, Hoxton Park, West Hoxton and Cecil Park.  The cycleway is close to 80 kilometres long, with 62 cycleway connections along the M7 to allow riders to select the distance they travel. 


Miller Walk - Over the bridge and through the park

Route: Starting at Michael Wenden Centre, walk over the footbridge, along Cartwright Avenue and through McGirr Park
Length:  2.2km round trip, flat and mostly paved
Time: 30 minutes


Wattle Grove Walk - A quick walk around the lake

Route: A scenic and short walk around Wattle Grove Lake
Length: 1km round trip, flat paved
Time: 15 minutes


There are bicycle lockers located at Parramatta, Merrylands and Liverpool - call Bicycle NSW on 9823 5200 to arrange one.

NB. Cyclists using the Rail Trail map do so at their own risk. The RTA will not accept liability for personal injury and/or damage to property.

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