Walking and Cycling

Walking and Cycling

The Armidale Regional Council Local Government Area has an extensive network of cycleways especially within the city of Armidale. Cycling is a popular mode of transport and increasingly more residents of the region are taking up cycling for regular exercise.


Cycleways in the Armidale Area

The Armidale Dumaresq Bicycle Strategy and Action Plan contains all amended and proposed cycleways for the Armidale area and these can be viewed within the Strategy report as well as the attached maps.

View the Armidale Dumaresq Bicycle Strategy and Action Plan (PDF 2.1MB)

Appendices for the above document which were not included:

Appendix One - Existing and Proposed Network (PDF 1.3MB)

Appendix Two - Existing Network and Priority Works - Off Road Shared Path  (PDF 1.3MB)

Appendix Three - Existing Network and Priority Works - Every Street a Cycling Street  (PDF 1.3MB)

Appendix 13 (a) - Separation of Bikes and Cars (PDF 85KB)

Appendix 13 (b) - Cycling in NSW (PDF 544.5KB)

Appendix 15 (a) - Bicycle Route, Dumaresq Street, Armidale (PDF 291.4KB)

Appendix 15 (b) - Prefered on Road Cycle Routes (PDF 633KB)

Appendix 16 (a) - Ebor - Existing and Proposed Pedestrian footpath and Cycleway Network (PDF 206.2KB)

Appendix 16 (b) - Cycleways of Armidale (PDF 1.6MB)

Appendix 17 - Defect Reporting (PDF 41KB)


There is currently a cycleways strategy being developed for the town of Guyra. For more information on this please call 1300 136 388 or email Council.