Grange Lakes Corridor Shared Use Path - Stage 4

Residents and path users are invited to share your thoughts on the path design for Stage 4 of the Grange Lakes Corridor Shared Use Path.

The Grange Lakes Corridor Shared Use Path project involves a shared-use walking and cycling corridor linking West Lakes, Grange and Henley Beach.

The project links paths next to the Grange Lakes drainage channel at Grange, beside the creek through Grange Lakes Reserve and linear reserves in Henley Beach to the Henley & Grange Memorial Oval before winding through local streets and reserves to the River Torrens.

Paths along the corridor are being improved and upgraded to 2.5 metres wide, providing a safe all-weather accessible off-road route for a variety of users including walkers, bicycle riders, school-age children, parents with prams, grandparents and the mobility impaired. The project includes public lighting and new crossing facilities across local streets. The upgraded path improves recreational connections along this already well-utilised route.

Stages 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 have already been completed. Stage 4, between Jetty Street and Beach Street in Grange, takes the path through Grange Lakes Reserve, past 'The Grange' Charles Sturt Museum and beside Napier Drive and will involve the construction of concrete paths, boardwalks, public lighting and rest areas.

Share your thoughts on the path design!

For more information and to have your say:

Comments must be received no later than 5pm, Friday 7 December 2018.

Residents and path users are invited to share your thoughts on the path design for Stage 4 of the Grange Lakes Corridor Shared Use Path.

The Grange Lakes Corridor Shared Use Path project involves a shared-use walking and cycling corridor linking West Lakes, Grange and Henley Beach.

The project links paths next to the Grange Lakes drainage channel at Grange, beside the creek through Grange Lakes Reserve and linear reserves in Henley Beach to the Henley & Grange Memorial Oval before winding through local streets and reserves to the River Torrens.

Paths along the corridor are being improved and upgraded to 2.5 metres wide, providing a safe all-weather accessible off-road route for a variety of users including walkers, bicycle riders, school-age children, parents with prams, grandparents and the mobility impaired. The project includes public lighting and new crossing facilities across local streets. The upgraded path improves recreational connections along this already well-utilised route.

Stages 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 have already been completed. Stage 4, between Jetty Street and Beach Street in Grange, takes the path through Grange Lakes Reserve, past 'The Grange' Charles Sturt Museum and beside Napier Drive and will involve the construction of concrete paths, boardwalks, public lighting and rest areas.

Share your thoughts on the path design!

For more information and to have your say:

Comments must be received no later than 5pm, Friday 7 December 2018.