Kangaroo Bay Rivulet Track connects students and the aged to facilities

Clarence City Council has undertaken to build a connecting pathway from Gordons Hill Road to Rosny Hill Road along the Kangaroo Bay Rivulet in early 2015.

Clarence City Council has undertaken to build a connecting pathway from Gordons Hill Road to Rosny Hill Road along the Kangaroo Bay Rivulet in early 2015. With an estimated cost of $120,000, the works were approved in the 2014-2015 Annual Plan to develop the first stage of a Kangaroo Bay Rivulet Track alongside Rosny Golf Course between Rosny Hill Road and Gordons Hill Road.

Alderman Doug Chipman, Mayor of Clarence said the track would offer a safe, off-road walking and cycling route for many in the community.

“Council is responding to calls from senior residents as well as Rosny College, who seek a safe and more direct pathway for students to walk or cycle between Rosny College and the Clarence Polytechnic on Dampier Street, Warrane,” Mayor Chipman said.

The path will be constructed to be accessible to the broadest range of community members including children, seniors and people with a disability, and other wheeled devices including bicycles, prams and scooters,” Mayor Chipman said.

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