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.

Tell your story


Share a photo or video of your adventures and local trips by bicycle in the Avon and Central Coast region before 4:00pm (AWST) Friday 27 November 2020 and WIN one of three Wiggle sport shop vouchers.

Whether it’s your daily commute, journey to school, trails or training ride, or just a fun pedal with family and friends we want to see your cycling adventures throughout the Avon and Central Coast region.

One lucky winner will win a $150 Wiggle online sport shop voucher and two runners-up will receive a $50 voucher. 

Images and footage collected will be used in the Avon Central Coast Regional 2050 Cycle Strategy document and to promote cycling in the region. 

How to Enter

You can enter the competition multiple times, so get snapping! Entries close 4:00pm (AWST) Friday 27 November 2020.

To upload your entry you will be required to register and sign in to My Say Transport. 

Please provide a few words with your entry, including when and where the photo was taken and who is in the photo.

Before entering the competition we recommend you read the competition terms and conditions.

Thank you for submitting your story, best of luck in our photo competition! 

Entries close 4:00pm (AWST) [DAY] [DATE] [MONTH] 2020. Late, incomplete or corrupt entries will not be accepted. You can enter the competition multiple times, so get snapping

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    Turquoise Way Trail, Jurien Bay

    by Felix N, 9 months ago

    We love riding our bicycles along the Turquoise Way Trail to Hill River on weekends. The trail is shared by people of all ages and different mode of transport, including skate boards.

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    Ocean to Orchard Charity Ride

    by EMsoc, 9 months ago

    Golden Grove Citrus Orchard's inaugural "Ocean to Orchard" Charity Ride for Autism taken in September 2020. The ride started in Burns Beach and finished in the Chittering Valley.

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    Turquoise Way Trail

    by DavidAC, 9 months ago

    Turquoise Way Trail, Jurien Bay image taken on 20/03/2020.

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