Bike riding in the Kimberley – Have your say

News for the Department of Transport


Do you use the bike network in our state’s north? A community survey is now open to help us improve bike riding experiences through development of the Kimberley 2050 Cycling Strategy.

In collaboration with the community and the shires of Broome, Derby-West Kimberley, Halls Creek and Wyndham-East Kimberley, the Department of Transport is working to identify opportunities to make travelling by bike safer, more comfortable and enjoyable for more people, more often.

To inform the long-term strategy, we want to know:

  • How you use the network of paths and streets
  • What issues you may have experienced
  • What opportunities you think will improve bike riding journeys and experiences.

Whether you’re a novice or seasoned rider, a local or visitor to the region, you’re invited to tell us your thoughts.

The Kimberley 2050 Cycling Strategy will set out a long-term vision for bike riding across the region, including an aspirational cycling network with proposed infrastructure and supporting initiatives, covering key townsites and providing interregional connections.

Complete the short survey through My Say Transport. Submissions close 5 July 2024.

Page last updated: Fri Jun 7 2024 10:45:37 AM