Lake Foreshire Walk and Bike Ride
Town Historical & Cultural Tour Lake Cargelligo

Lake Foreshore Walk/Bike Ride

Ideal way to view the lake and learn local history

Walk, drive, cycle or boat your way around, whichever way you choose this scenic walkway is a relaxing way to take in the views of beautiful Lake Cargelligo while reading signs that provide a history of the Lake and Town

About the Lake Foreshore Walk - Self-guided Tour

The scenic walkway and bicycle track along the lake’s foreshore is a relaxing way to take in views of the lake,
and read the signs that provide the history of specifc sites, points of interest or historical events about the lake and town.  Download the Tour Guide below which provides details, extra stories and a map. 
If you can start the walk at any point but to experience the full walk and all the sites and signs of interest, it is recommended that you commence the walk at Frog’s Hollow.

Directions to Reservoir Hill Lookout 

Information Signs of historical interest that you will see on the tour include:
  • Ochre Pits
  • Sawyer Pit
  • Golf Stamping
  • Railway Water
  • LIberty Park
  • Deadman’s Point & how it got its name
  • The Wool Wash & Wooyeo Woolshed
  • Aboriginal Freshwater Midden
Lake Cargelligo Self-Guided Lake Foreshore Walk with Maps Brochure Cover


the Lake Foreshore Tour Guide with Map which includes information on each of the historical markers and signs along the walk

Lake Cargelligo Tourist Information Centre:
1 Foster Street, Lake Cargelligo NSW
02 6898 150

The following photos are of some of the the sites, views and signs you will see along the pathway

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