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Fantastic Bike Path to Nudgee Beach, Brisbane

Updated: May 27, 2023

Bike Ride from Kalinga Park to Nudgee Beach, Brisbane

One-way 12km (38min on bike)

Return 24km

This is really a fantastic bike ride that ends at Nudgee beach, where you can relax by the beach before returning.

I am excited to introduce this bike path to anyone who is new to Brisbane or simply interested in finding out what activities are available in the city.

I started from Kalinga Park, where Toombul Terrace ends.

The entire bike path is pretty flat, so anyone who can ride a bike can enjoy it. It leads all the way to the beach.

You will ride along the bridge, then go under then bridge and then along the river.

The changing scenery is a joy to ride through. I think it may get busier on weekends, but today being Tuesday during normal working hours, I didn't see too many cyclists, which was quite nice.

The bike path is well equipped with clear road signs, standing maps and marks on the path. So you know where you are heading and how far you need to ride before you get to Nudgee road.

This is a screenshot of Google maps I used this afternoon for the bike ride.

Brisbane Airport is located on the other side of the river, and you may often see planes taking off or landing.

The bike path leads you to Nudgee road, and you continue riding it along the roadside to the beach.

Soon you will see as big sign that says "Nudgee Beach" and on your right, you will see the carpark.

Now you have arrived in Nudgee Beach Reserve, the closest beach to the Brisbane Central Business District.

It has a dog park as well as dog beach where you can unleash your dogs.

I particularly like this bike path for two reasons.

First, it is flat, so it was easy for me to ride and enjoy the view along the path.

Second, it ends at the beach.

You have something to look forward to at the end of the ride. You can relax, have a picnic , or even swim if you want. It's a nice bonus before returning.

Here is a quick sneak peek of the bike ride to Nudgee Beach. Enjoy!


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