The Goondiwindi Riverwalk is a 2km pathway following the town's levee bank. Take a stroll early in the morning or late in the evening. You will be amazed at the birdlife along the banks of the Macintyre River and may even see a wallaby.
The walk beings at Riddles Oval in Lagoon Street and takes in the hospital, Bowls Club, boat ramp and the Border Bridge Heritage Precinct. The path ends at the corner of Delacy Street and Macintyre Lane.
The Inglewood Olive Walkway is a 1.95km pathway following the town's olive trees. The walkway is split into two sections and covers the south-east and southern areas of town - from Brook Street to the Bridge on Albert Street; and from Lloyd Street and along the Cunningham Hwy past the Golf Course.
Along the walkway historic signage is erected to display many historical aspects/events of the town, for example 'The 1956 Flood', 'The Rabbit Plague' and the Picture Theatre. There are 30 signs in total.
For a map of the Olive Walkway, please click here.