Swan Tracks & Trails
There are numerous tracks and trails throughout the City of Swan. Opportunities exist to expand and develop on existing tracks and trails and provide a high standard of service to residents and visitors, with the intent to promote active transport, tourism and increase recreation opportunities.
The City currently maintains tracks and trails within some areas of land it manages, however this is done mostly on a reactive basis. Having a clearly defined vision and setting clear strategic objectives will maximise opportunities, minimise constraints and will help to facilitate a more connected and cohesive tracks and trails network across the City.
The purpose of the Tracks and Trails Strategy will be to identify, develop, upgrade, manage and maintain the network of tracks and trails suitable for commuting and recreation purposes.
The tracks and trails covered include, but are not limited to: cycling/mountain biking; walking/running/adventure; horse riding; canoeing/kayaking; cultural heritage (Aboriginal and European) and; tourism ‘wayfinding’ trails (such as food, beverage and wildflower trails).