DID YOU KNOW?
Fairfield City has more than 80km of cycle ways and shared paths?
Download this map(PDF, 15MB) and head off on your next cycling adventure.
Main Cycling Routes across our City
There are three main regional cycling routes east/west across the City:
- Prospect Creek shared path connects to the Holroyd City network and Fairfield Town Centre (about 5km).
- Bay to Mountains (Orphan School Creek) shared path connects to Mirambeena Regional Park, Bankstown and to Prospect Reservoir, Blacktown (about 20km).
- Council has recently completed stages 1 to 3 of the Cabramatta Creek shared path, which has added to the overall distance of a minor shared path that comes off the Bay to Mountains network in King Park, Wakeley, and connects to Cowpasture Road via St Johns Park (about 7km).
Cycling and Bike Group
The Western Sydney Cycling Network (WSCN) promotes cycling for health, a bicycle recycling service to the community, and a social and healthy lifestyle. Council supports the WSCN by providing the clubhouse and bicycle recycling facility located at Fairfield Showground.
The shared goals of the WSCN and Council are health promotion, waste reduction and sustainable transport.
Visit the WSCN website for information on upcoming rides and recycling centre open day.
Cycling Without Age
Are you unable to ride a bike but want to feel the wind in your hair again?
Cycling Without Age is a not-for-profit charity servicing the community by connecting those no longer able to ride for themselves.
We provide an accredited volunteer cyclist Trishaw Pilot so you can experience the freedom of a bike ride.
So sit back and relax while you ride around Fairfield Showground on our trishaw eBikes.
Visit the WSCN | Cycling Without Age website for information and bookings.