Events

Get Ready and Go Biking from Bondi Beach - Sunday 18 September 2016

Celebrate Bike Week and join us at Warners Island, Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach from 10am. 

We’re on a mission to make sustainability second nature by riding your bike to work, school or for play. Join a led bike ride with BIKEast and explore the beautiful local scenery. Try an electric bike and check out their amazing power that will allow you to ride easily up Bondi’s hills. Discover the fun in caring for the environment by making cycling for transport ‘Second Nature’ #secondnatureimin
Great giveaways and other funactivities.

 

National Ride2Work Day - Wednesday 12 October 2016

National Ride2Work Day is an annual national event to encourage more people to commute to work by bicycle.This year the event is celebrated on Wednesday 12 October.

Council is hosting a community breakfast between 7-9am to reward those who ride to work with coffee,croissants and fruit in Oxford St Mall, Bondi Junction. Free bike checks while you eat and chat.

 

National Ride to School Day

Ride to School Day is an annual National event that celebrates walking, scootering and cycling to school which is normally held in March. Waverley Council supports schools that are keen for their students to be active travellers. Contact us to support your efforts for more walking and cycling to school.

 

Bike Safety Day

Stop for a chat and pick up bike maps, bells or other free goodies at this event in Oxford St Mall, Bondi Junction. A bike mechanic will be on-site for a free bike tune-up.

Held regularly during the morning peak commute run, bike riders are encouraged to ride safely, give pedestrians plenty of space and check their speed. Remember the speed limit in this shared zone is 10kph.

 

For further information about future events contact Sustainable Transport Officer on carolyn.new@waverley.nsw.gov.auor 8306 3678. 

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