Regional maps

Outside of Perth, there are many great regional locations for cycling enthusiasts, including Mandurah, Margaret River, Albany, Kalgoorlie and Kalbarri.

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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  Cycling in and around Kalbarri

The township of Kalbarri has extensive cycling facilities, and is situated 600 km north of Perth. It is also the gateway to the famous Kalbarri National Park.

AT_CYC_P_kalbarri_map.pdf icon Kalbarri: Cycle and walk trails Kb

  Cycling in and around Kalgoorlie

The old Gold Rush town of Kalgoorlie is a major draw for tourists, with many attractions easily accessible by bicycle. The Cycle and walkways: Kalgoorlie-Boulder brochure provides a map and description of these major attractions, including the Arboretum, Hammond Park and many more.

AT_CYC_P_Kalgoorlie_cycle_walk_map.pdf icon Kalgoorlie-Boulder: Cycle and walkways Kb

  Cycling in and around Margaret River

Margaret River is a popular destination for bicycle tourists, especially those from Europe, with its unique mix of natural sights and world-class wineries in a flat, compact area easy for riding.

AT_CYC_P_MargaretRiver_walk_cycle_trails_map.pdf icon Margaret River: Walk and cycle trails map Kb

  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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