Cycleways and Footpaths
Footpath and Cycleway Maintenance
Council has an ongoing program of cycleway maintenance to repair trip hazards and replace damaged or worn areas in accordance with its footpath/cycleway repair and replacement program. Council will only replace a footpath/cycleway after assessing the nature and extent of damage, use and other safety factors.
To report a hazard or damaged area, please contact Customer Service
Request a New Cycleway or Footpath
All requests for new cycleways and footpaths should be made in writing to the General Manager:
PO Box 816
Murwillumbah NSW 2484
Active TransportDid you know that every litre of petrol you use in your car puts 2.6kg of CO2 into the atmosphere - AGO Factor Emission Workbook 2005. Leaving the car at home and walking, riding, car-pooling, telecommuting or catching public transport is a simple way to take action against climate change.
To learn more about healthier and greener alternatives to taking the car, see:
NSW Bike WeekNSW Bike Week is being celebrated on the Tweed with a bike breakfast at Jack Bayliss Park, Kingscliff (opposite Ocean Street), on Sunday 25 September 2016, 8am to 9.30am. Ride down and show your helmet:
For a free breakfast and coffee (gold coin donation to the Kingscliff Lions Club)
To test ride some cool bikes, such as fat-tyred and beach cruisers
Learn how to look after your bike from Kingscliff Cycle Centre with tutorials on; how to look after your bike; changing a flat tyre; and, adjusting your brakes.
- To receive a Bike Week bag of goodies, including Council's revised Cycleways Map
Last Updated: 07 March 2017