These maps are being reviewed and will be updated over time.
As of 26 April 2016 people of all ages are now permitted to ride a bicycle on footpaths in WA.
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Bicycle parking in the Perth CBD and cycling tips
A range of different parking options in Perth's CBD ensures riders can safely park and lock their bikes.
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Comprehensive Perth bike maps
The Perth Bike Map series contains all the information necessary to plan your cycling trip in the metropolitan area.
Digital versions can be downloaded below. We recommend you avoid printing as they are very large files (up to 5 MB) and may be slow to load. At full size the maps are approximately 81 cm x 61 cm.
Cycling between Perth and Midland
The Perth to Midland bike route is approximately 16 km long and connects several town centres including Maylands, Bayswater, Bassendean and Guildford. It takes between one to two hours at a leisurely cycling pace.
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Cycling between Rockingham and Perth
The Rockingham to Perth bike route is about 48 km long and takes approximately five hours to cycle at a leisurely pace. Much of the route is on a high-quality shared path adjacent to the Kwinana Freeway. The route connects many of the stations along the Perth to Mandurah railway line including the Canning Bridge, Bull Creek, Murdoch, Cockburn, Warnbro, Rockingham, Wellard and Kwinana.
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Below are several maps and guides for recreational cycling around the Perth metropolitan area, including Kings Park, Mandurah, Fremantle, the Swan Valley, Rockingham, around the rivers and along the coast.
Your Move: Map Your Move in your local government area
Are you keen to get to know your local neighbourhood on foot, by bike, or using public transport? If so, it could be time to Map Your Move using one of our handy local area maps produced in partnership with local government.
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