Help Build Something Great

The Creswick Trails project aims to transform Creswick into a world-class riding destination. The project team is committed to creating a great riding experience from the moment visitors enter town to when they leave. To achieve this the project needs support from local community groups and members.

We will release a draft concept trails alignment map showing a rough draft of where they trails are proposed in November 2019. This map is still in development but has been informed by expert consultants in ecology, trail building and safety.


Want more information on the Creswick Trails or want to get involved?

Here’s how:

  • Check out Hepburn Shire Council’s Facebook page at for weekly updates related to the Creswick Trails Project.

  • Sign up to receive the monthly trails newsletter by leaving us your email here

  • Reach out to the project team by contacting Alison, the Project Manager at Alison Breach

  • Attend a community meeting. The next one will be held in December 2019. More details will be publicized closer to the date.

VOGA Cycling Club

VOGA (Villages of the Old Goldfields Association) Cycle Club is an incorporated body made up of a passionate group of cycle enthusiasts based in and around Creswick, Victoria. 

We ride road, gravel and dirt, on all kinds of bikes. We don’t discriminate. If you want to ride your CX bike down some rocky Goldfields singletrack or pedal your fatbike up the Midland Highway then we will encourage you.

We are here to promote cycling in the Hepburn Shire and advocate for safe cycling networks throughout the region. Our current focus is with getting juniors onto bikes and encouraging novice riders of any age to come and have a go. To that end we host a Junior Cycle Series and The Brackenbury Mountainbike Challenge. Our other baby is the so-called Creswick Trails Mecca, a proposed 100km professionally built trail network in the forested area surrounding the township. 

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Project Ambassadors

The Creswick Trails Project is a major development for the area and has the potential to transform the town. Like any project, there will be folks who are against the project or don't quite understand the drivers or benefits it could bring. With that in mind; the project team welcomes anyone who would consider themselves an ambassador and encourage folks to speak positively about the project both in person and online.