Noosa Cycling and Walking Strategy and Implementation Plan 2020 - 2040

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This consultation has now closed and the final delivery of the project is underway. Thank you for your input which has helped shape this project for the community.


The Noosa Cycling and Walking Strategy and Implementation Plan (NCWSIP) will re-establish the vision for bike riding and walking across Noosa Shire for the next 20 years (2020 - 2040).
The draft NCWSIP aims to demonstrate Council’s direction and commitment to the vision of “More people riding a bike and walking for health, transport, tourism and the environment”. Our goal is to make riding a bike and walking so convenient and safe that it is the preferred mode of transport for our residents and visitors.

The strategy will guide Council's planning, development and promotion of bike riding and walking networks in the future. The plan covers both the active transport network for those commuting by bike or foot, and connections to the bushland trail network for those wanting to enjoy the great outdoors.

Community feedback on the draft Noosa Cycling and Walking Strategy and Implementation Plan is now closed.

We would like to thank the community for their participation and we look forward to seeing more people riding a bike and walking for health, transport, tourism and the environment.


Council adopted the Noosa Cycling and Walking Strategy and Implementation Plan 2020 – 2040 on 15 July 2021. A copy of the endorsed documents can be found under the documents section of this page or on Council's website.


The Noosa Cycling and Walking Strategy and Implementation Plan (NCWSIP) will re-establish the vision for bike riding and walking across Noosa Shire for the next 20 years (2020 - 2040).
The draft NCWSIP aims to demonstrate Council’s direction and commitment to the vision of “More people riding a bike and walking for health, transport, tourism and the environment”. Our goal is to make riding a bike and walking so convenient and safe that it is the preferred mode of transport for our residents and visitors.

The strategy will guide Council's planning, development and promotion of bike riding and walking networks in the future. The plan covers both the active transport network for those commuting by bike or foot, and connections to the bushland trail network for those wanting to enjoy the great outdoors.

Community feedback on the draft Noosa Cycling and Walking Strategy and Implementation Plan is now closed.

We would like to thank the community for their participation and we look forward to seeing more people riding a bike and walking for health, transport, tourism and the environment.


Council adopted the Noosa Cycling and Walking Strategy and Implementation Plan 2020 – 2040 on 15 July 2021. A copy of the endorsed documents can be found under the documents section of this page or on Council's website.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for choosing to participate in our survey.


    The survey will take 5-10 minutes to complete, and the results will help us understand your current travel patterns and satisfaction with Noosa’s walking and cycling network. We will use this information to inform future planning for walking, cycling and e-mobility and help track our progress on delivering the Noosa Cycling and Walking Strategy and Implementation Plan. 

     

    Please note that: 

    • walking includes jogging, running, and moving with the help of a mobility device such as a wheelchair, mobility cane or a walking frame 
    • e-mobility devices (or electric micro-mobilityinclude e-bikes, e-scooters and e-skateboards.


    This consultation has now closed and the final delivery of the project is underway. Thank you for your input which has helped shape this project for the community.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for taking the time to review the Noosa Cycling and Walking Strategy and Implementation Plan.

    Noosa Council has undertaken considerable community engagement to date through the Noosa Transport Strategy, Noosa Sport and Active Recreation Plan and Noosa Trails Master Plan. The draft Noosa Cycling and Walking Strategy will refine the directions of these existing documents, with input from key stakeholders both internal and external to Noosa Council. 

    A Project Reference Group of external stakeholders was established and consulted to assist with the delivery of the draft Noosa Walking and Cycling Strategy.

    We would like to thank the following people and organisations for their commitment and time:

    • Noosa Bike Shop and Bike On
    • Ecotekk
    • Noosa Trailblazers
    • Zero Emissions Noosa
    • Noosa Residents and Ratepayers
    • Noosa Parks Association
    • Tourism Noosa
    • Noosa Triathlon Club and Ironman
    • Peregian Beach Community Association
    • Cooroy Area Residents Association.

    This consultation has now closed and the final delivery of the project is underway. Thank you for your input which has helped shape this project for the community.

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