Woodbury Reserve BMX pump track

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Council has commissioned a design for a BMX pump track and mountain bike trails at Woodbury Reserve in Glossodia.

In 2022, Council approved a Masterplan and Plan of Management for Woodbury Reserve at Glossodia, which outlined the future development for the reserve.

This Masterplan and Plan of Management were created following extensive consultation and feedback from the Glossodia community, surrounding communities and the broader Hawkesbury community.

In October 2022, it was announced that the Woodbury Reserve Masterplan suite of works would be delivered, thanks to $5.4 million in funding under the State Government's WestInvest funding program. This will be complemented by $3 million from the Federal Government and a $455,000 State Government Open Spaces Program: Places to Play grant.

As part of the Masterplan, the inclusion of mountain bike tracks and a BMX pump track was identified as being a positive and supported outcome for Woodbury Reserve.

Off-road cycling facility designers Dirtz were engaged to create designs for these tracks within the framework of the Masterplan, and as part of the design, consultation with the Hawkesbury BMX Club was undertaken.

Hawkesbury City Council is now inviting the community to provide feedback on these draft designs.

The designs can be viewed any time via the documents tab to the right of this screen. We will also have them on display at Council's stand at the Hawkesbury Show from 28-30 April.

You may submit your feedback via the survey below up to 5pm on Sunday, 30 April 2023.

Council has commissioned a design for a BMX pump track and mountain bike trails at Woodbury Reserve in Glossodia.

In 2022, Council approved a Masterplan and Plan of Management for Woodbury Reserve at Glossodia, which outlined the future development for the reserve.

This Masterplan and Plan of Management were created following extensive consultation and feedback from the Glossodia community, surrounding communities and the broader Hawkesbury community.

In October 2022, it was announced that the Woodbury Reserve Masterplan suite of works would be delivered, thanks to $5.4 million in funding under the State Government's WestInvest funding program. This will be complemented by $3 million from the Federal Government and a $455,000 State Government Open Spaces Program: Places to Play grant.

As part of the Masterplan, the inclusion of mountain bike tracks and a BMX pump track was identified as being a positive and supported outcome for Woodbury Reserve.

Off-road cycling facility designers Dirtz were engaged to create designs for these tracks within the framework of the Masterplan, and as part of the design, consultation with the Hawkesbury BMX Club was undertaken.

Hawkesbury City Council is now inviting the community to provide feedback on these draft designs.

The designs can be viewed any time via the documents tab to the right of this screen. We will also have them on display at Council's stand at the Hawkesbury Show from 28-30 April.

You may submit your feedback via the survey below up to 5pm on Sunday, 30 April 2023.

Page last updated: 01 May 2023, 12:39 PM