As part of the Gold Coast Transport Strategy 2031, a key focus for the City of Gold Coast is connecting people and places and ensuring there are a range of transport options serving the city. One of the major initiatives, the Gold Coast Oceanway is a 36 kilometre network of shared use pathways between the New South Wales border and the Gold Coast Seaway.
Planning and design is now underway for the Palm Beach Oceanway. The Palm Beach Oceanway extends along existing road reserve (The Esplanade) between Tallebudgera Surf Life Saving Club and Twenty Third Avenue, Palm Beach. This section of new infrastructure will provide a vital Oceanway link between Burleigh Heads to the north and Currumbin and Tugun to Bilinga in the south.
Surveying has been completed to inform a concept plan for the preferred alignment. Design is currently programmed in 2019-20 with construction planned for 2020-21 (subject to funding approvals).
This pathway is part of our investment to extend our network of walkways and bike paths to create a safer and better connected Gold Coast.
Information will be provided as the project progresses.
For more information contact the project team at firstname.lastname@example.org