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Cycleways, scenic rides and bike maps
Riding a bike is a great way to access local attractions such as the beaches, Centennial Park, Heffron Park and La Perouse. It can also be useful for short trips to the shops, work, university and future light rail stops.
Cycling and walking map
The Randwick City Council cycling and walking map details on-road and off-road bike routes, hills and local bike shops. It also details walking routes including the Council's famous Coastal Walk.
Call 1300 722 542 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to have a map posted to you. Alternately drop into one of the Council's libraries or to our main office at 30 Frances Street, Randwick and pick up a copy today.
The map can also be downloaded in three sections (in A4 format) for easy reference.
Useful information about cycling tips and rules, bicycle user groups, bike shops, bike parking and walking and cycling clubs can be viewed at our Cycling and Walking in Randwick City guide PDF, 4806.32 KB
Bicycle plan and construction priorities map
Randwick City Council's Bicycle Plan identifies existing and proposed key bicycle routes in the City of Randwick.
The Bicycle Plan is designed to:
- improve links to key destinations within Randwick City, such as the University of New South Wales, Coogee Beach, Maroubra Beach and Heffron Park;
- identify a network of on- and off-road cycle paths and shared paths that can be used by the whole community;
- establish a practical works program for cycling infrastructure with priorities for construction;
- link in with the Bike Plans of our neighbouring councils in the Southern Sydney Region of Councils.
Here is a map showing the Bicycle Plan Route Priorities: