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Project

Hillarys Cycle Network Expansion

Hillarys

Overview

  • Shared path

    Project type
  • $6.9 million

    Total budget
  • Under Construction

    Project phase
  • TBC

    Jobs supported
  • Late 2023

    Start date

    Early 2025

    End date

The Hillarys Cycle Network Expansion project will offer key coastal connections for people walking, wheeling and riding in Perth’s north-west. A total of 10.2 km of shared path will be delivered in three sections.

Section 1: Hepburn Avenue – Whitfords Ave to Gibson Ave (2.6 km). This shared path is due for completion in early-2024 and is co-funded by the State Government and City of Joondalup through the Cycling Election Commitments package. The path will connect to Hillarys Boat Harbour and improve connectivity to Padbury Primary School and Duncraig Senior High School.

Section 2: Coastal Section South (5 km). This shared path upgrade is due for completion in late-2024 and will connect Hillarys Boat Harbour to North Mullaloo.

Section 3: Coastal Section North (2.6 km). This shared path upgrade is due for completion in early-2025 and will complete the connection from Ocean Reef Marina to Burns Beach.

Both coastal sections are fully funded as part of the State Government’s Cycling Election Commitments package.

Benefits

  • Improved walking, wheeling and riding access to key coastal and recreational precincts; both Hillarys and Ocean Reef Marinas
  • Better connectivity to existing footpaths, and improved safety via traffic island cut-throughs at road intersections
  • Enhanced bike parking at Whitfords Nodes Park, Pinnaroo Point Carpark, and near the intersection of Oceanside Promenade and Warren Way, Mullaloo
  • New wayfinding, pavement markings and fencing to improve amenity and safety

Project map

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