Sport & Recreation Policy & Plans



8 documents found

South East Queensland Active Trails Strategy

The South East Queensland Active Trails Strategy was published in 2007. The strategy aims to inform and guide future investment in recreation trail planning, development and management.

Tue 22nd May 2012

The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Cycling Policy

This policy sets the framework for providing and managing cycling experiences in National Parks in New South Wales.

Mon 10th Oct 2011

Tasmania’s plan for physical activity 2011-2021

The Tasmanian Plan for Physical Activity 2011-2021 aims to increase the rates of participation in physical activity by different age groups by 10 per cent by 2021.

Thu 6th Oct 2011

Sustainable Mountain Biking Strategy

The strategy outlines the planning requirements for new trails, specifies track design requirements and highlights a small number of priority projects. It also encourages continued partnerships between the National Parks and Wildlife Service and mountain biking groups.

Wed 5th Oct 2011

Gosford City Council Draft Bike Plan 2011

The plan provides strategic guidance in the delivery of a safe, well connected and comfortable cycling environment. Initiatives include recommended projects, programs and policies to encourage cycling for the next 10 years and beyond.

Fri 30th Sep 2011

NSW Bike Plan 2010

The NSW BikePlan was released in May 2010 by the NSW Government. The plan set out the actions to promote cycling that were to be led or assisted by the NSW Government.

Fri 29th Apr 2011

The National Cycling Strategy 2011-16

The National Cycling Strategy 2011-16 aims to double the number of people cycling in Australia. The strategy was approved by Australian Transport Ministers and builds on the National Cycling Strategy 2005-10.

Fri 29th Apr 2011

Tasmanian Mountain Bike Plan

The Tasmanian Mountain Bike Plan, released in December 2009, provides a framework for the coordinated development, management and marketing of mountain bike opportunities in Tasmania.

Fri 29th Apr 2011