We want to get more people riding bikes in Wollongong.
The Wollongong Cycling Strategy PDF, 2706.16 KB explains what Council is doing to support riders, and why it's important for our city's health and the environment.
Groups that advise Council
Our work to support cycling and plan for the future is helped with input from these groups:
- Walking, Cycling and Mobility Reference Group
- Cycling Advisory Groups, which include:
- Cycling Champions Advisory Group
- Cycling Technical Advisory Group.
As well as small improvements, like adding water stations and bike racks around the city, we have some long-term projects that will create more ways for you to ride.
- Grand Pacific Walk is a pathway for you to walk or ride between the Royal National Park and Lake Illawarra
- Cringila Hills Recreation Park is an exciting new area that will feature mountain bike tracks, a pump track and a mountain bike skills playground
- Pop-Up Cycling Routes to help you get around on your bike.
Join the conversation
As we plan new bike-friendly projects, we talk with the community to get your ideas and feedback.
Keep an eye on the Our Wollongong website for your chance to join the conversation.
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