A bike track for Fairy Meadow

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We know that young people and families love riding bike tracks in the local area, which is why we’re planning on building a new bike track in Anama St Reserve in Fairy Meadow.

There are lots of informal tracks around and along the Cabbage Tree Creek line which are causing damage to the natural environment. We want you to have fun on your bikes, but we want it to be safe and also make sure we are protecting the plants and bush land in the area.

Last year, we worked with young bike riders and their families in Figtree on a trial project to design and build a dirt bike track. We learnt lots about designing and building pump tracks with the community during that trial. The track has been a big hit with local bike riders, so we are now looking to do a similar project here.

We’ve developed some concept plans for the site, that include beginner and advanced tracks and we’re really keen to hear your thoughts on the design.

For more information

Take a look at the concept designs and read the FAQs.

If you'd like more details on the concept design please register for the online information session on Thursday 7 October 5:30 - 6:30pm

Got questions?

If you've got any questions about the project, you can email engagement@wollongong.nsw.gov.au or contact the Engagement team on (02) 4227 7111.


If you’re deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment, you can contact us through the National Relay Service(External link). You’ll need to provide our phone number 02 4227 7111. If you need an interpreter you can contact us through the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131450. You’ll need to provide our phone number 02 4227 7111.

Please read Council's Privacy Policy before submitting your response.

Feedback has closed, take a look at the project update to see what's happening next.


We know that young people and families love riding bike tracks in the local area, which is why we’re planning on building a new bike track in Anama St Reserve in Fairy Meadow.

There are lots of informal tracks around and along the Cabbage Tree Creek line which are causing damage to the natural environment. We want you to have fun on your bikes, but we want it to be safe and also make sure we are protecting the plants and bush land in the area.

Last year, we worked with young bike riders and their families in Figtree on a trial project to design and build a dirt bike track. We learnt lots about designing and building pump tracks with the community during that trial. The track has been a big hit with local bike riders, so we are now looking to do a similar project here.

We’ve developed some concept plans for the site, that include beginner and advanced tracks and we’re really keen to hear your thoughts on the design.

For more information

Take a look at the concept designs and read the FAQs.

If you'd like more details on the concept design please register for the online information session on Thursday 7 October 5:30 - 6:30pm

Got questions?

If you've got any questions about the project, you can email engagement@wollongong.nsw.gov.au or contact the Engagement team on (02) 4227 7111.


If you’re deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment, you can contact us through the National Relay Service(External link). You’ll need to provide our phone number 02 4227 7111. If you need an interpreter you can contact us through the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131450. You’ll need to provide our phone number 02 4227 7111.

Please read Council's Privacy Policy before submitting your response.

  • Anama St Reserve Bike Track - Project Update

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    We recently asked the community for feedback on the proposed beginner and advanced bike tracks for Anama St Reserve in Fairy Meadow. We shared the concept plans with you in September and received feedback via an online survey, emails and an online information session.

    Our community had lots of ideas and feedback. To see how we have incorporated your ideas, take a look at the engagement summary.

    We’ll start building the track very soon. You’ll see some temporary fencing go up and dirt delivered to the reserve from Thursday 11 November. We expect the track will be ready to ride by mid-December. During construction, access to some parts of the Reserve will be restricted.

    While we were hoping to work with local young people and families to build the tracks, we won’t be able to due to current restrictions. We’re really keen to work with you in the future to maintain the track and we’ll let you know when we can have a community dig day.

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