Little Suburban Pathway Secrets of South Cairns!


SKELETON CREEK UNDERPASS

There are many little inter-suburban connecting bridges and underpasses that are fantastic for residents to use to get from A to B or for an afternoon stroll.

Unfortunately, newly arrived residents often take a while to work out where they are. Hopefully we can help!

This bridge (right) leads to the Skeleton Creek underpass, which links White Rock to Mt Sheridan and Bentley Park.

The yellow circle in the google map (left) provides a bird’s eye view of the location of the underpass!

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CROWLEY CREEK CROSSING 

The suburbs of Mount Sheridan and Woree are linked by a footbridge across Crowley Creek.

The bridge provides a handy link for students at St Mary’s and St. Gerard Majella who can walk and cycle to school.

It is also used by some residents as part of a circuit walk using Currawong, Anderson Road and Sunbird Drive.

The google map (left) shows the location of the footbridge and the picture (above) shows Red Hill and nearby houses located in Sunbird Drive in Woree.

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OUR PATHWAYS ARE ‘SHARED PATHS’

All of our pathways are shared facilities. Queensland Law states that all bicycles and other wheeled recreational devices (skateboards, scooters, roller blades and prams) can be used on any pathway unless otherwise signed.

The following rules apply on pathways:

  • Bicycle riders are required to give way to pedestrians
  • Everyone should keep to their left and pass on their right
  • Pedestrians must not block the pathway

It is vital for the safety and wellbeing of all users that everyone understands that sharing the pathway will help create a safe and fun environment.
Be safe and be visible by wearing brightly coloured clothing, an approved helmet and lights and reflectors for night riding.

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One Comment on “Little Suburban Pathway Secrets of South Cairns!

  1. Pingback: WOREE PARK IMPROVED AND WALKS TO SCHOOL MADE SAFER! « A Force for South Cairns

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