Murray Plains Cycle Trek

Murray Plains Cycle TrekMannum to Sedan – pdf

Starting in the river town of Mannum, stage 1 of the Murray Plains Cycle Trek slowly winds it’s way through the vast network of rural unsealed roads that snake through the district. The trek is ideal for bike riders of all levels and allows riders to experience and explore the Murray Plains at a leisurely pace.

At a linear distance of 54km starting at Mannum ‘s Information Centre and finishing at Sedan’s Travelers Rest Stop, the Murray Plains Cycle Trek is designed to be ridden in either direction and follows a series of yellow and blue marker arrows located on existing sign posts or steel droppers on the road side.

Please take care while riding the trek as it uses existing public roads that cars, trucks and farm machinery may use.

Concept of the Murray Plains Cycle Trek is courtesy of Friends of T.P. Bellchambers & Murray Plains Reserves. Photos courtesy of Gavin Smith. Published by the Mid Murray Local Action Planning Association.

When to go

The trek is open all year around but care should be taken when extreme weather conditions and warnings are forecast.

Your Bicycle

The Murray Plains Cycle Trek uses existing public unsealed roads. The trail is suitable for mountain bikes and hybrid touring bikes. This trek is not suitable for road bikes.


Cyclists must have adequate water, provisions, spares and tyres. Food and drink is available at Mannum, Cambrai and Sedan .
Please note intermediate and total distances listed on this brochure may vary between odometers used.

Disclaimer: Although reasonable care has been taken in preparing the information in this brochure, neither the Mid Murray Local Action Planning Committee Inc. nor the Friends of T.P. Bellchambers & Murray Plains Reserves accept any responsibility or liability for any incidents of any kind that may arise from the interpretation or use of the information set out in this brochure, information and map.