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.

The project team has begun developing the preliminary network and wants your input to understand what is important to people riding bikes across the region, and what opportunities exist to enhance cycling experiences for local residents and showcase the region’s natural and recreational assets to visitors. Consultation closes 5pm, Friday 6 November 2020.

How to get involved

There are several ways you can provide input into the strategy. Complete the survey below, use the mapping tool to comment on specific locations, or submit comments or questions via the your thoughts tab.

If you prefer to provide feedback in person, you can visit one of our community drop ins being held throughout September and October. Please see key dates for further details.

Photo competition

We’re also looking for photos and videos of your local cycling adventures across the Avon and Central Coast region.

Enter our competition below to WIN 1 of 3 Wiggle sport shop vouchers. Please view the competition terms and conditions.

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.

The project team has begun developing the preliminary network and wants your input to understand what is important to people riding bikes across the region, and what opportunities exist to enhance cycling experiences for local residents and showcase the region’s natural and recreational assets to visitors. Consultation closes 5pm, Friday 6 November 2020.

How to get involved

There are several ways you can provide input into the strategy. Complete the survey below, use the mapping tool to comment on specific locations, or submit comments or questions via the your thoughts tab.

If you prefer to provide feedback in person, you can visit one of our community drop ins being held throughout September and October. Please see key dates for further details.

Photo competition

We’re also looking for photos and videos of your local cycling adventures across the Avon and Central Coast region.

Enter our competition below to WIN 1 of 3 Wiggle sport shop vouchers. Please view the competition terms and conditions.

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.


  • Please complete the survey to tell us your thoughts on cycling in the Avon and Central Coast regions. Responses will be used to refine the the preliminary cycling networks and develop the Avon Central Coast 2050 Cycling Strategy.

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