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Shared pathways
If you’re looking for a new place to explore and keep fit here are some of the Coast’s most popular and scenic shared pathways.

Council manages and maintains 893 kms of shared pathways across the Central Coast where you can walk, run, cycle or skate!  

If you’re looking for a new place to explore and keep fit, here are some sections of the Coast’s most popular and scenic shared pathways to try:

  • Woy Woy waterfront (The Boulevarde through to MacMasters Rd)
  • Brisbane Water foreshore, Woy Woy to Point Claire (The Boulevarde, Woy Woy to Fagans Park, Jirrah Ave Point Claire)
  • Gosford Waterfront (Adcock Park, West Gosford  to Gosford Sailing Club)
  • Ettalong to Ocean Beach (Ferry Rd, Ettalong to Ocean Beach, Trafalgar Ave, Umina) 
  • Kincumber to Davistown Foreshore (Carrack Road Boat Ramp, Carrack Road, Kincumber to Coomal Avenue, Davistown)
  • Budgewoi foreshore,  Budgewoi to Buff Point  (from the boat ramp adjacent to Diamond Head Drive, Budgewoi to Edgewater Park, Narambi Rd, Buff Point)
  • Chittaway Bay to Berkeley Vale (Chittaway Bay Lions Park, Cnr Lakedge Ave and Thomas Walker Dr, Chittaway Bay, to Ewen Howlett Reserve, Lakedge Ave, Berkeley Vale)
  • Tuggerah Lake foreshore (eastern side) - Lakedge Avenue, Chittaway Bay to Saltwater Creek Reserve and Playground, Long Jetty
  • Tuggerawong Shared Path (Prawn Beach Lane, Wyongah to February Street, Tuggerawong)
pathway by waterway

Photo:  Ettalong Beach foreshore shared pathway 

Respectful use of shared pathways

Our Shared Pathways are for Everyone. 

When cycling on shared pathways, always wear a helmet and keep to the left. If you’re planning to pass someone, slow down and use your bell or horn to let them know you’re close by.

Travel at a speed that is safe for you and the pedestrians you encounter.

Keep dogs on short leads and under control at all times.

“Let’s keep shared pathways as they have been intended, as a shared, welcoming and safe place for everyone to enjoy!”

shared pathway with walkers, dogs on lead, bike riders

To see map of all existing shared pathways, see Council’s Bike Plan 2019-2029 


Photo: Cycling around Tuggerah Lakes

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