in the Bathurst Region
Horse Riding in the Bathurst Region
Get out and active, exploring the Bathurst region on horseback. There are plenty of opportunities to ride for all levels of skill. Whether you are looking for a guided beginner tour, or for a new trail to explore with your own horse. There is something for everyone in the Bathurst region and surrounds.
Independent Riding in the Bathurst Region and Surrounds
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Highland & Co
Get out and about exploring the tracks and trails of Bathurst on your horse, here are just a few of the places you can go and ride.
Mt Canobolas State Conservation Area
Read more to find out which trails permit riding and how to access them.
Sunny Corner State Forest
If riding in the State Forest be aware of your surroundings and obey all on site signage.
Peel Flora & Fauna Reserve
Gardens of Stone National Park
Kanangra-Boyd National Park
The Kanangra-Boyd National Park allows riding on the main roads in the park. However riding on fire trails and walking tracks is not permitted.
Turon River National Park
Be aware of your surroundings as many of these roads and trails are also used by 4wd vehicles. Access into the park is by 4wd and you may have to entre the park on horseback due to road conditions.
Useful Resources for Riders
Code of Practice
for Horse Riding in National Parks
State Forest Riding
Read here to see all the State Forests near Bathurst and plan your next trip.