Devonport bike riding and walking tracks
Devonport has many bike riding and walking tracks that are maintained by the Devonport City Council and other non-for-profit organisations.
Below is a list of the many walks, bike tracks and bike parking locations, plus Council’s Bike Riding Strategy.
The map also shows the locations of these bike riding tracks available in the Devonport community.
Bike riding in Devonport
Devonport City Council is committed to making bike riding more accessible and safer for everyone. We do this through maintaining a network of bike lanes and paths, community education and promotion.
Bike racks are available in a number of key locations throughout the City, including:
- Rooke Street Mall, Devonport
- Near Bus Interchange, Rooke Street, Devonport
- Near Formby Hotel, Rooke Street, Devonport
- Near Verona, Rooke Street, Devonport
- Near Reading Cinemas, Devonport
- 92 Formby Road, Devonport
- Near Australia Post, Stewart Street, Devonport
- William Street, Fourways
- Mersey Bluff Reserve
- Market Square and paranaple centre
A free to use bike repair station in Market Square is provided by Devonport City Council thanks to grant funding from Healthy Tasmania.
The Bike Repair Station is a great way for cyclists to keep their bikes in good condition and to also help reduce pollution in the city.
Bicycle Network Tasmania have created an instructional video and information sheet explaining how to use the free tools available.
A Road Safety Bike Park is located in Pioneer Park, East Devonport, which is a safe & fun environment in which children can ride their bike and learn the road rules and conditions they will encounter whilst using their bicycles on the road network.
Walking in Devonport
View a list of recommended walking tracks in Devonport
Between Don River Railway entrance and the Aquatic Centre car park.
|Walk Time:||25 Minutes|
Between Aquatic Centre car park and Coles Beach
|Walk Time:||35 Minutes|
Gravel/sawdust path between Splash Aquatic Centre & Don College
|Walk Time:||22 Minutes|
Between the Don River Railway entrance and Splash Aquatic Centre
|Walk Time:||27 Minutes|
Between Don College Oval and Coles Beach Road
|Walk Time:||12 Minutes|
Between Coles Beach and William Street
|Walk Time:||23 Minutes|
Mersey Bluff Headland area west of Tiagarra
|Walk Time:||7 Minutes|
Between the Surf Life Saving Club and Lighthouse
|Walk Time:||11 Minutes|
Between William Street and Mersey River Breakwater car park
|Walk Time:||18 Minutes|
Path to viewing platform
|Walk Time:||2 Minutes|
Between Mersey River Breakwater car park and Oldaker Street
|Walk Time:||20 Minutes|
Between Victoria Parade and Mersey River pontoon
|Walk Time:||9 Minutes|
Between Oldaker Street and Stewart Street
|Walk Time:||8 Minutes|
Between Thomas Street and Tea Tree Lane
|Walk Time:||47 Minutes|
Between Tea Tree Lane and Pardoe Point
|Walk Time:||56 Minutes|
The Devonport City Council Pedestrian Strategy was designed to make walking in Devonport safe and convenient and to enable
and encourage walking as a mode of transport.