The Beach to Beach Riverwalk footpath is an 11 km continuous shared pathway between North Haven breakwall and Pilot Beach in the Camden Haven.
We’ve been working in partnership with the Beach to Beach Riverwalk Committee and their volunteers to develop a shared pathway that is accessible for all abilities, provides an easy and safe way to get around, integrates with the environment and links North Haven, Laurieton and Dunbogan.
A number of different sections of the Beach to Beach Riverwalk footpath have been constructed over the last few years and planning is ongoing for the remaining sections.
To view the Beach to Beach Shared Pathway Alignment Study and Environmental Approvals Pathway click here71MB pdf(PDF, 71MB).
Watch the video on the right to hear from Cameron Hawkins, Group Manager Infrastructure Planning and Penny Small, President of the Beach to Beach Riverwalk Committee, to find out how this project came to be, what's next for the project and the benefits of partnering with Council.
Watch the video below to see a fly through of the pathway using an artist's impression.
In May 2020 Council engaged Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR) to design the remaining sections of pathway and prepare the Environmental Impacts Statement (EIS) required for construction. This is an important step for the project and will allow Council to actively seek funding opportunities for construction.
This page was last updated on: 01 July 2020