Wilson Street Shared Bike Path Project

Last Updated: 7 October 2020

The detailed design for cyclists and pedestrians to safely travel between Port and South Hedland is being developed as part of the Wilson Street Shared Bike Path Project, which is being funded equally by the Town and through a Western Australia Bicycle Network (WABN) grant from the Department of Transport.

This Project intends to link the cycle network from Redbank Bridge to Cooke Point Drive and McGregor Street in Port Hedland. Currently, the path from South Hedland ceases at Redbank Bridge and does not extend to Port Hedland.

Once completed, the linked pathway will encourage more residents to cycle and walk between Port and South Hedland, as well as linking tourists to key points of interest.

A suitable candidate to perform the detailed design works will be determined via the Town's procurement process. 


Project Benefits

  • Full connection between Port and South Hedland for cyclists and pedestrians
  • Improves safety for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians along Wilson Street
  • Encourages active lifestyles by providing an additional pathway
  • Strengthens Hedland's overall pathway network to improve amenity and livability
  • Recognises the heavy vehicle use of Wilson Street and reduces safety risks

Click here to access the informational flyer.

Proposed Location

What is the Western Australia Bicycle Network (WABN) Plan 2014-2031?

The WABN Plan aims to make WA a place where cycling is safe, connected, and convenient and a widely accepted form of transport. The Plan was originally released on 29 March 2014, following an extensive public consultation period during which over 500 submissions were received.

Click here for more information.

This Project is made possible by the WA Department of Transport.