Byron Bay to Suffolk Park Cycleway

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Byron Shire Council is committed to reducing the number of cars in our towns, encouraging cycling and providing better cycling infrastructure. We are working hard to attract state and federal funding to improve cycling in the Byron Shire.

Byron Shire Council has completed an investigation and concept design for a continuous cycleway from Byron Bay (Browning Street) to Suffolk Park (Clifford Street).

The Byron Bay to Suffolk Park Cycleway Investigation Report was developed by a specialist consultant in collaboration with Council staff under the guidance of the Transport Infrastructure Advisory Committee (TIAC). The investigation considered a range of options, including

Byron Shire Council is committed to reducing the number of cars in our towns, encouraging cycling and providing better cycling infrastructure. We are working hard to attract state and federal funding to improve cycling in the Byron Shire.

Byron Shire Council has completed an investigation and concept design for a continuous cycleway from Byron Bay (Browning Street) to Suffolk Park (Clifford Street).

The Byron Bay to Suffolk Park Cycleway Investigation Report was developed by a specialist consultant in collaboration with Council staff under the guidance of the Transport Infrastructure Advisory Committee (TIAC). The investigation considered a range of options, including but not limited to:

  • a continuous single, on-road cycleway on both sides of the road;
  • a continuous dual lane on the Eastern side of the road; and
  • a continuous dual lane on the Western side of the road.

The investigation resulted in a preferred option concept design that was developed to be the best and most cost-effective option to connect Byron Bay to Suffolk Park.

The Byron Bay (Browning St) to Suffolk Park (Clifford St) Cycleway Investigation Report (including the preferred option concept design) was on exhibition for public comment for a period of 28 days from 16th November to 14th December 2018.

The public exhibition period is now closed. Thank you for your feedback.

For further enquiries, please call (02) 6626 7000 or email walkrollride@byron.nsw.gov.au



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please complete the following questions to make a submission in response to the Byron Bay to Suffolk Park Cycleway Investigation Report.

    Please complete the following questions to make a submission in response to the Byron Bay to Suffolk Park Cycleway Investigation Report.

    Consultation has concluded