We start at Tuggerah train station and immediately jump on the shared path heading under Wyong Rd and then heading east along the Wyong Rd shared path to Chittaway. Jumping onto the road for a short while we soon return to shared path following along the lake shore.
Perhaps a quick stop at the “long jetty” at Long Jetty to read about it’s history, or just to visit the local toilet (an out of body experience?), before continuing north and leaving the shared path at Picnic Point Reserve.
Around the point and right past the Lakehouse, we take a left off Oakland Ave into dead-end Bent Street where a short regroup may pickup some extra riders before joining Wilfred Barrett Drv via a short cross-country section (either shared path or road shoulder over the Entrance bridge), before we start winding up to “warp speed” (whatever that is for you) after Magenta Shores. Enjoy the speed before we slow to a cruising pace through the higher traffic areas of Noraville and through Toukley and over the bridge to Gorokan.
Another lefty off Wallarah Rd as we wind our way along the north west side of Tuggerah Lake via Tuggerawong, then up alongside Wyong Creek to Wyong station.
Nearly back to the beginning we jump on to the old Pacific Highway and then the bicycle path along Tuggerah straight. The End.
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