Pathways and cycling networks

Family outing in a local park with a child riding a bicycle

Overview

The Bundaberg Region is blessed with a number of attributes conducive to walking and cycling. The warm climate, flat topography, wide road reserves and attractive surrounding rural and coastal landscapes combine to make walking and cycling a desirable and viable mode of transport, recreation and social interaction. Council appreciates the mobility requirements vary greatly throughout our diverse population which is reflected in our commitment to providing a quality connected pathway network suitable for use for a variety of user groups.

Every year Council commits significant funds to the construction of new pathway infrastructure to help residents and visitors to the region to engage with the community around them. The two main strategies utilised by Council to develop this network are Multi Modal Pathway Strategy and Principal Cycle Network Plans (PNCP) - Wide Bay Burnett.

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