Boasting world-renowned beaches and enviable waterways, the City is growing the Gold Coast’s network of coastal trails, providing sustainable access to our foreshores.
As an emerging cosmopolitan city, looking at ways to travel sustainably around the Gold Coast is becoming increasingly important. With more than 50 kilometres of cycle and walkways along our foreshores, take the opportunity to start exploring our coastal wonderland by foot or bike.
A 36-kilometre network of shared cycle and pedestrian pathways along the coast from the New South Wales border to the Gold Coast Seaway.
A 22-kilometre network of pathways that wind around the park areas and foreshores of the Gold Coast Broadwater.
A nine-kilometre network of pathways along the foreshores of the Nerang River and Little Tallebudgera Creek.
As the Gold Coast’s population continues to grow, so does our footprint. To keep our foreshores looking beautiful it is vital we reduce the average footprint around these areas in particular.
A great way of reducing your coastal footprint is to travel along our coastal pathways as a pedestrian or cyclist. Walking and cycling is also a great way to be active and healthy.
To keep up with the growth on the Gold Coast, the City is investing in coastal pathways so everyone can explore our beautiful foreshores sustainably.
New and improved pathways have recently been constructed along: