Walking and cycling within the City of Stirling is easy and convenient. The City of Stirling has an extensive network of shared paths, on-road bike lanes, and quiet residential streets ideal for cycling and walking for transport. It is also blessed with many beautiful reserves and parks where you can ride your bike or walk for pleasure. Find out about walking and cycling in the City of Stirling.
Ever wondered if there is a speed limit on shared paths? Should cyclists ring their bell when passing pedestrians or not? Are cyclists allowed to ride 2 abreast on the road or are they just being inconsiderate?
Find out about the rules of cycling (and walking!) on shared paths and roads here.
Maps and brochures
A wide range of maps and brochures are available free of charge to help you find safe walking and cycling routes through the City of Stirling and the wider Perth metropolitan area. Maps can be collected from the City's Administration Office or any of our libraries. Alternatively, you can download them from the City of Stirling or Department of Transport's website.
Go to the Department of Transports 'Active Transport' website for a wide range of walking and cycling maps
The City runs regular workshops to help you improve your riding skills. Whether you want to brush-up your current riding skills, learn to ride for the very first time, or would like to start riding to work, we can help.
Find out more about our cycle training programs
Social riding groups
If you would love to ride more often but none of your friends or family are keen, why not consider joining a social riding group
? As well as getting out on your bike more often, you will get to see bits of Perth you didint know about and meet some new friends too!
Great Place to walk
The City of Stirling is blessed with some some beautiful parks and reserves perfect for exploring on foot, several walking trails through native bushland, and a gorgeous coastline where you can blow the cobwebs away.
Join a walking group
There are several organised walking groups in the City of Stirling, including dog-walking and indoor mall-walking. Find out how to join one of them, or just start walking with a group of friends!
Find out more about walking groups here
Walking and Cycling events
A number of fun community events take place each year to encourage Western Australians to ride their bikes or take a stroll a bit more often. Whether you enjoy mass particiaption bike rides, walking though to school with your children, or decorating your bike with lights and going for a night-timebike ride, there is something for everyone.
Integrated Cycling Strategy
The City is currently finalising its Integrated Cycling Strategy, a document which outlines how the cycling network within the City will be developed and improved in future years. The draft Stratgy is available for viewing below.
Draft Integrated Cycling Strategy
Hazards and Maintenance
We welcome your feedback on how we can improve the walking and cycling facilities in our City. If you notice any hazards or problems with the walking and cycling network please let us know so that we can get it fixed.