Feel great, save money and reduce your ecological footprint. Find out why hundreds of students and staff cycle to university every day.
Around 600 cyclists share the University's paths each day with pedestrians, and make the most of a superb cycling environment – safely. If you see any hazards or problems on campus, please contact us.
If you see hazards or problems on the roads or cycleways around Wollongong you may like to report them to Wollongong City Council. You can download the app Snap Send Solve to send a photo and gps location directly.
The Bicycleinfo website has a great section for NSW cyclists to "Report a cycle safety hazard". This function has been created to service all of NSW to ensure hazards are reported and directed to the appropriate authority.
The StartLocal website also has a great guide to bike safety.
Bike maintenance stations
The Wollongong Campus has two free do-it-yourself bike maintenance stations. Head to the Jugglers Lawn or to the southern side of Building 20 to use the maintenance tools or bike pump.
Map your route to the University – or elsewhere in Wollongong – using cyclist-preferred routes.
Facilities and advice to ensure your bike remains secure between trips.
Bicycle User Group
The UOW BUG is working to make cycling to University safer, easier and more enjoyable for every level of cyclist.
Other Useful Links
- Download the 'Tour de Illawarra' - Cycling Map. (Note: Large file download)
- NSW Road Rules and other Roads and Maritime Resources
- StartLocal website listing around 900 bike shops in Australia, to help you find your local bike shop