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Transport - Cycling

Cycling for recreation or to get to work, school or uni is a great way to get healthy and help the environment. We are committed to creating bike lanes and paths for the shared enjoyment of our community. 

Bicycle Road Rules:

Bicycles are considered as vehicles under Australian road rules, so cyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as drivers, such as stopping at red lights and stop signs. 

Bicycle Road Rules

 Bicycle Reference Guide849KB pdf(PDF, 849KB)

Port Macquarie-Hastings Bike Plan

The  Port Macquarie-Hastings Bike Plan12MB pdf(PDF, 12MB) provides a coordinated approach to delivering cycling infrastructure and identifies bicycle network plans for the Hastings area. The Plan was developed in line with the Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan. 

Where can I ride?

There are a number of existing bike paths and bike lanes across the region. 

Where can I park my bike in the Port Macquarie CBD?

There are several areas within the Port Macquarie CBD (funded through the Town Centre Master Plan reserve) available for bike parking which includes:

  • Port Central South entrance
  • Town Green
  • Port Central North Entrance
  • Horton Street at Port Central 
  • Clarence Street
Red - Existing racks (includes new projects e.g. Clarence St reconstruction and Horton Street Midblock Crossing

Blue - Proposed bike racks 

 Bike Racks.jpg

This page was last updated on: 12 January 2021