Joint Bike Plan

This project has concluded. To learn more about cycling in the City of South Perth, visit the City's website.

The City of South Perth and the Town of Victoria Park worked together to deliver a comprehensive Joint Bike Plan for the community and it was was endorsed at the Ordinary Council Meeting on Tuesday 31 July 2018. A Joint Bike Plan Summary has been produced which provides an overview of the comprehensive document.

The development of the Bike Plan included research into the current situation, stakeholder and community engagement, a gap analysis and determination of best practice solutions suitable for the local community.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the development of the Plan .

To find out more about the City's network of bicycle routes, recreational paths and resources for cyclists to use, visit the Cycling page of our website.


The City of South Perth and the Town of Victoria Park worked together to deliver a comprehensive Joint Bike Plan for the community and it was was endorsed at the Ordinary Council Meeting on Tuesday 31 July 2018. A Joint Bike Plan Summary has been produced which provides an overview of the comprehensive document.

The development of the Bike Plan included research into the current situation, stakeholder and community engagement, a gap analysis and determination of best practice solutions suitable for the local community.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the development of the Plan .

To find out more about the City's network of bicycle routes, recreational paths and resources for cyclists to use, visit the Cycling page of our website.


Cycling map

almost 2 years
How can we improve roads and paths so more people ride in the City of South Perth?

The City of South Perth and the Town of Victoria Park are working on a new joint Bike Plan which we hope will encourage more people to ride bicycles as a travel choice.

We want to develop a more connected bicycle network, improving links to existing routes and making cycling more accessible for people of all ages and abilities. This mapping tool gives you the opportunity to comment on locations in the city of South Perth where bicycle or shared path infrastructure are...

How can we improve roads and paths so more people ride in the City of South Perth?

The City of South Perth and the Town of Victoria Park are working on a new joint Bike Plan which we hope will encourage more people to ride bicycles as a travel choice.

We want to develop a more connected bicycle network, improving links to existing routes and making cycling more accessible for people of all ages and abilities. This mapping tool gives you the opportunity to comment on locations in the city of South Perth where bicycle or shared path infrastructure are required or can be improved.

To comment on areas within the Town of Victoria Park, please visit their Your Thoughts site.

We want to know:
  1. Issues and challenges (red pin). This may include locations where there is/are missing link/s, unsafe crossing/s, no lights, etc
  2. Existing notable and safe cycling areas (green pin). This may include locations that are enjoyable to ride, have great end of trip facilities (i.e. bicycle parking, lockers, showers) or notable for other reasons.
  3. Bike idea (yellow pin)/ This may include locations that are not necessary unsafe or an issue, however would like to see an improvement.  
Try adding a pin!

We encourage you to use the City's Report It portal if you wish to receive a reply relating to a maintenance issue you raise. 

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded