Paths and Trails
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The City of Casey has a vast and integrated network of paths and trails suitable for walking, cycling and where appropriate, equestrian use.
City of Casey TravelSmart Map
Shared Paths and Trails
The City of Casey has an extensive network of off road shared pedestrian / bicycle pathways and on road bike lanes.
The City of Casey’s strategic vision for a connected network of paths and trails throughout the municipality is set out in the Paths and Trails Strategy.
For more information on Shared Paths click on the links below:
- Vicroads - Bicycle paths, safety and planning
- Bike Paths Guides - www.bikepaths.com.au
- Bicycle Victoria
- Department of Sustainability and Environment
The City of Casey has an extensive network of equestrian trails throughout the municipality, predominantly in the rural areas in the northern and southern ends of the city.
The Council's Equestrian Strategy guides the future provision of Equestrian opportunities within the City of Casey including trails and facilities.
For more information on Equestrian Trails click on the links below:
Safe Riding Tips:
- Wear appropriate riding gear including Australian Standard helmet and riding boots.
- Complete a safety check before each ride
- Thank motorists who are courteous to you
- Keep away from busy roads where possible
- Ride on horse trails where provided.
- Give clear and accurate signals
- Wear bright clothing where possible
- Leave details of your route and estimated time of return
- Do not ride in bad or failing light
- Do not ride more than two abreast on the road
- Emergency - Dial 000 for Police, Fire, Ambulance.
If you require any further information regarding equestrian trails throughout the City of Casey, please contact Council’s Recreation Planning Department.