Hinds Reserve Bike Trail Feasibility Study

Project Update-26 November 2019

Please note that a report was presented to Council on Tuesday 19 November 2019. Council resolved the following;

That Council:
1. Does not progress a Bike Trail at Hinds Reserve, Bayswater.

2. Conducts further investigations in relation to the provision of bike trail facilities within the City in accordance with the findings of the feasibility study undertaken by Common Ground Trail Consultants during the development of the Community Recreation Plan.

This confirms that the project will not be progressing at Hinds Reserve. We would like to thank the community taking the time to provide input to the feasibility study.

If you wish to view the full report in Council Minutes please access the following link - Council minutes 19 November 2019 or download the Council report in the document library on the right of the page.

If you have any further comments on the project, or you have an interest in having a similar cycle track or facility within the City of Bayswater, please email mail@bayswater.wa.gov.au or contact David Bruce-Coordinator Project Services on 9272 0612.



Project Update-26 November 2019

Please note that a report was presented to Council on Tuesday 19 November 2019. Council resolved the following;

That Council:
1. Does not progress a Bike Trail at Hinds Reserve, Bayswater.

2. Conducts further investigations in relation to the provision of bike trail facilities within the City in accordance with the findings of the feasibility study undertaken by Common Ground Trail Consultants during the development of the Community Recreation Plan.

This confirms that the project will not be progressing at Hinds Reserve. We would like to thank the community taking the time to provide input to the feasibility study.

If you wish to view the full report in Council Minutes please access the following link - Council minutes 19 November 2019 or download the Council report in the document library on the right of the page.

If you have any further comments on the project, or you have an interest in having a similar cycle track or facility within the City of Bayswater, please email mail@bayswater.wa.gov.au or contact David Bruce-Coordinator Project Services on 9272 0612.



  • FAQs

    7 months ago

    How might the existing space be impacted?

    The existing parkland features may be integrated in to the design of the space, maintaining the open parkland character of the site.

    Will additional parking be required?
    The facility is aimed at the local community who can cycle to the site, current parking provision is deemed sufficient at this stage.

    How much noise will the facility create?

    Noise from riding facilities are generally minimal given the materials and equipment used. This location is also close to traffic noise on Garratt Road, care will also to be taken to ensure appropriate offsets from houses. Any noise will be from users enjoyment.

    Will the facility be used at night?

    The proposed cycling facility is for use during daytime only and will not include lighting for specific night time use of the facility.

    What happens next?

    Community Engagement will be happening late 2019; outcome will inform the feasibility study currently being prepared by Common Ground Trails. The City will then consider recommendations late 2019.


    How might the existing space be impacted?

    The existing parkland features may be integrated in to the design of the space, maintaining the open parkland character of the site.

    Will additional parking be required?
    The facility is aimed at the local community who can cycle to the site, current parking provision is deemed sufficient at this stage.

    How much noise will the facility create?

    Noise from riding facilities are generally minimal given the materials and equipment used. This location is also close to traffic noise on Garratt Road, care will also to be taken to ensure appropriate offsets from houses. Any noise will be from users enjoyment.

    Will the facility be used at night?

    The proposed cycling facility is for use during daytime only and will not include lighting for specific night time use of the facility.

    What happens next?

    Community Engagement will be happening late 2019; outcome will inform the feasibility study currently being prepared by Common Ground Trails. The City will then consider recommendations late 2019.