Avon Central Coast Regional 2050 Cycling Strategy

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Couple riding along Avon River, Northam (credit: Tourism Western Australia) and girl riding on Turquoise Way Trail, Jurien Bay

Image credit (left): Tourism Western Australia

Have your say to help shape the future of cycling in the Avon and Central Coast region.

In collaboration with the Shires of Beverley, Chittering, Dandaragan, Gingin, Northam, Toodyay and York, the Department of Transport is developing a Regional Cycling Strategy for the Avon and Central Coast region.

The Strategy will set out a long-term vision for cycling across the region, including an aspirational cycling network covering key townsites and interregional connections.

Community feedback was gathered on preliminary networks and themes in late 2020. Feedback is now being reviewed and will be used to shape the final strategy, due to be released mid-2021.

About the Regional Cycling Strategies

A key action of the Western Australia Bicycle Network (WABN) Plan 2014-2031 is to improve planning for cycling in the regions. More information on the regional strategies can be found on the Department of Transport website.

Image credit (left): Tourism Western Australia

Have your say to help shape the future of cycling in the Avon and Central Coast region.

In collaboration with the Shires of Beverley, Chittering, Dandaragan, Gingin, Northam, Toodyay and York, the Department of Transport is developing a Regional Cycling Strategy for the Avon and Central Coast region.

The Strategy will set out a long-term vision for cycling across the region, including an aspirational cycling network covering key townsites and interregional connections.

Community feedback was gathered on preliminary networks and themes in late 2020. Feedback is now being reviewed and will be used to shape the final strategy, due to be released mid-2021.

About the Regional Cycling Strategies

A key action of the Western Australia Bicycle Network (WABN) Plan 2014-2031 is to improve planning for cycling in the regions. More information on the regional strategies can be found on the Department of Transport website.

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Avon Central Coast 2050 Regional Cycling Strategy Interactive Feedback Map

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We need your help to better understand how and where you ride across the region.

Your comments will support the development of an aspirational long-term cycle network for the region and help us prioritise delivery of future cycle facilities.

Key focuses of the network include encouraging safe cycling environments for people of all ages and abilities, provide access to local destinations, and supporting recreational and tourism opportunities.

This preliminary map of the 2050 network uses the WA Cycling network hierarchy, which is arranged according to route function. There are three main categories, primary routes (red), secondary routes (blue) and local routes (green). Longer distance tourist trails are shown in brown. For more information please view the WA Cycling Network Hierarchy

How to use the interactive map 

  1. Click the plus "+" symbol on the left side of the map
  2. Then select your pin and drag to the on the map 
  3. Add your comment, you can also upload an image to help demonstrate your feedback. 
  4. When complete, click submit to save your pin on the map.

TIP: make sure you zoom in on the map to accurately place your pin.