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Gold Coast Oceanway – Palm Beach North

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.

Project information

Design is now complete for a new section of Oceanway at Palm Beach North, along the existing road reserve (The Esplanade) between Tallebudgera Surf Life Saving Club and Twenty Third Avenue, Palm Beach. This section extends the existing Oceanway from Burleigh Heads to Palm Beach in the south.

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. 

The design for the Palm Beach North Oceanway is available for viewing at:

Cr Daphne McDonald’s office
Division 13
Palm Beach office
26 Eleventh Avenue, Palm Beach

If you wish to view the plans please contact Cr McDonald’s office beforehand on 07 5581 6228 to make arrangements in view of the current COVID-19 social distancing requirements.

Construction is expected to begin in February 2021 and will be completed by July 2021 (weather and construction conditions permitting), with works staged progressively to minimise impact to all local residents and oceanway path users.

Information will be provided as the project progresses.

Extent of works

Palm Beach Oceanway extent of works map (PDF 396kb)

More information

For more information or to view the design, please contact the project team via phone 07 5667 3705 or via email oceanway@goldcoast.qld.gov.au

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