Proposed Pedestrian and Cyclist Improvements - Arthur's Point

We're proposing to make some improvements in Arthur's Point to provide a safe cycle and pedestrian network for people who choose to use active transport as their every-day way to travel.

We invite you to take a look and provide your feedback using the online form below.


Cycle and Pedestrian Improvements

The proposal is to provide cycle and pedestrian improvements that link Packhorse Lane to the Edith Cavell Bridge. It is planned to construct the project in several stages, as below:

Stage One

  • A footpath on the southern side of Arthur’s Point Road connecting Packhorse Lane to the new bus stops outside of the Swiss-Belresort Hotel.
  • A shared path on the southern side of Arthur’s Point Road from the bus stops outside the Swiss Belresort Hotel to the northern end of Atley Road. This has a proposed width of 3.0m which allows for people on bikes and pedestrians to travel in both directions. The path will have an asphalt surface.
  • New sections of footpath will be constructed on Atley Road to provide a connected footpath network from Arthur’s Point Road down to Amber Close.
  • Parking will be provided on one side of Atley Road to enable two-way traffic flow at all times. People on bikes will share the road with vehicles along Atley Road.
  • A roundabout will be constructed at the Atley Road & Amber Close intersection to improve the intersection. Crossing points will be provided to allow safe crossing for people on bikes and pedestrians.
  • A footpath will be constructed on the western side of Arthur’s Point Road from Morning Star Terrace down to lower Redfern Terrace.

Future Stages

  • Improve the gravel path from Atley Road down to Edith Cavell Bridge. This will include widening and street lighting.
  • Widen the footpath from the bus stop outside the holiday park around to Atley Road.
  • Construct a footpath on the western side of Arthur’s Point Road from Morning Star Terrace up to the northern end of Atley Road. A pedestrian crossing point with a refuge island will be provided at the northern end of Atley Road.

Concept plans

>> For full details, download the concept plan here


We're proposing to make some improvements in Arthur's Point to provide a safe cycle and pedestrian network for people who choose to use active transport as their every-day way to travel.

We invite you to take a look and provide your feedback using the online form below.


Cycle and Pedestrian Improvements

The proposal is to provide cycle and pedestrian improvements that link Packhorse Lane to the Edith Cavell Bridge. It is planned to construct the project in several stages, as below:

Stage One

  • A footpath on the southern side of Arthur’s Point Road connecting Packhorse Lane to the new bus stops outside of the Swiss-Belresort Hotel.
  • A shared path on the southern side of Arthur’s Point Road from the bus stops outside the Swiss Belresort Hotel to the northern end of Atley Road. This has a proposed width of 3.0m which allows for people on bikes and pedestrians to travel in both directions. The path will have an asphalt surface.
  • New sections of footpath will be constructed on Atley Road to provide a connected footpath network from Arthur’s Point Road down to Amber Close.
  • Parking will be provided on one side of Atley Road to enable two-way traffic flow at all times. People on bikes will share the road with vehicles along Atley Road.
  • A roundabout will be constructed at the Atley Road & Amber Close intersection to improve the intersection. Crossing points will be provided to allow safe crossing for people on bikes and pedestrians.
  • A footpath will be constructed on the western side of Arthur’s Point Road from Morning Star Terrace down to lower Redfern Terrace.

Future Stages

  • Improve the gravel path from Atley Road down to Edith Cavell Bridge. This will include widening and street lighting.
  • Widen the footpath from the bus stop outside the holiday park around to Atley Road.
  • Construct a footpath on the western side of Arthur’s Point Road from Morning Star Terrace up to the northern end of Atley Road. A pedestrian crossing point with a refuge island will be provided at the northern end of Atley Road.

Concept plans

>> For full details, download the concept plan here