Narrabri Shire Council

Narrabri Shared Walk and Cycle Strategy

In 2015 Council was successful in attracting a grant from the state government to design a 2.2km shared walk and cycle path extending along the east and west banks of Narrabri Creek.  Council commissioned consultants to assist with this design work.  As the name suggests, a shared path is one that is a minimum of 2.5m wide and is shared by walkers and cyclists. Shared paths are usually signed so that walkers and cyclist keep to the left allowing faster travellers to pass safely (usually cyclists). Many shared paths have a dash line down the centre to assist walkers and cyclist to ‘stay left’. Shared paths are a cost effective way of providing facilities for walkers and cyclists.

 Narrabri Shared Walk and Cycle Strategy Part 1
 Narrabri Shared Walk and Cycle Strategy Part 2
 Narrabri Shared Walk and Cycle Strategy Part 3
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 Narrabri Shared Walk and Cycle Strategy Part 9
 Narrabri Shared Walk and Cycle Strategy Part 10
 Narrabri Shared Walk and Cycle Strategy Part 11
 Narrabri Shared Walk and Cycle Strategy Part 12