Connecting people and places and ensuring there are a range of transport options serving the city is a major focus of our Gold Coast Transport Strategy 2031.
The Gold Coast Oceanway is a 36-kilometre network of shared use pathways between the New South Wales border and the Gold Coast Seaway. The Oceanway is very popular and provides shared cycle and walking paths along the city’s iconic coastline.
Download: Frequently Asked Questions: Gold Coast Oceanway – Palm Beach North (PDF 103kb)
Construction is underway for the new section along the existing road reserve (The Esplanade), between Tallebudgera Surf Life Saving Club and Twenty Third Avenue, Palm Beach. It extends the existing Oceanway from Burleigh Heads to Palm Beach in the south.
When complete this new section will include:
The design for the Palm Beach North Oceanway is available by request to the project team via the project email address email@example.com, or for viewing at Councillor Daphne McDonald’s office at 26 Eleventh Avenue, Palm Beach (07 5581 6228).
Construction began in February 2021 and will be completed by August 2021 (weather and construction conditions permitting).
Working hours are Monday to Friday between 7am and 4pm.
Works will be staged progressively to minimise impact on all residents and Oceanway path users. There may be:
Beach access will be maintained with clear sign directions if temporary changes are necessary for safety.
Thank you for your patience while these important works are undertaken
Palm Beach Oceanway extent of works map (PDF 396kb)