The new strategy was endorsed at the City of Canada Bay’s October 20 Council Meeting and aims to improve and increase public access to the foreshore, as well as connectivity.
“Our green, open spaces and access to the water are a big part of what makes the City of Canada Bay a great place to live,” said City of Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas.
“We are looking forward to delivering the Foreshore Access Strategy to improve foreshore access for the entire community.”
The new strategy includes plans to create new links and public spaces along the foreshore from Rhodes to Drummoyne, as well as improve upon already existing walking and cycling trails.
Brand-new wayfinding signs will also be installed along the foreshore to help people get around and raise awareness of different circuits and opportunities for recreation among the community.
“Walking is by far the most popular form of exercise throughout the City of Canada Bay,” said City of Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas.
“We are planning for an active future and better public access along the foreshore will be of great benefit to walkers, runners and cyclists alike.”
More information about the foreshore access strategy including maps and can be found at collaborate.canadabay.nsw.gov.au/foreshore-access-strategy