Wagga Wagga Multisport Cycling Complex
The Wagga Wagga Multisport Cycling Complex (MSCC) project is a regionally significant multi-use facility to be developed at Pomingalarna Reserve, located 4km from the Wagga Wagga CBD.
Wagga Wagga's five cycling groups collaborated with Wagga Wagga City Council in considering the future development of cycling facilities and share a common vision to progress cycling in the city.
The multisport complex will cater to cycling clubs, community members – both cyclists and non-cyclists - in a safe environment away from suburban and main road traffic.
In addition, the Cycling Complex was planned to provide appropriate infrastructure and facilities to host regional, state, national and international events.
Planning for the Complex took into consideration Wagga Wagga City Council's Active Travel Plan – Cycling (ATP), Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Strategy 2040 (WWITS) and Recreation, Open Space and Community Strategy and Implementation Plan 2040
- Project diary - Keep up to date on the latest project news and information.
Below: Flyover vision of the Wagga Wagga Multisport Cycling Complex
About the project
- International level BMX track with 500 lux lighting
- 1.8km hotmix sealed Criterium track
- Cycling education area
- Compacted earth Jump and Pump tracks
- Mountain Bike (MTB) Playground
- 333m outdoor hotmix
- Velodrome with lights.
- Formal sealed car park for 30 vehicles and informal grass car park for 1,000 vehicles
- Amenities building with toilets, change rooms, canteen, office space, storage area, meeting room and public address space
- BBQs and shelters
- Fenced children’s playground
- Spectator facilities.
Wagga Wagga will be home to the biggest multisport cycling complex in NSW, with the facility to be funded by the NSW Government and Wagga Wagga City Council.
Design and consultation phase: December 2018 – April 2019
Construction and implementation: May 2019 – December 2020
(All time frames are indicative only and maybe subject to change)
State Government announcement of funding
Design phase: Consultation on the design and implementation phases
Implementation phase: Inform stakeholders and community members
- Council News – Wagga to be cycling sport capital (August 2018)
- Active Travel Plan 2016 - Cycling
- Recreation, Open Space and Community Strategy and Implementation Plan 2040
- Feasibility Study (September 2016)