Make Perth better for cyclists and pedestrians.



Our vision is to promote cycling and walking culture and infrastructure from Perth to Fremantle and beyond. We aim to increase pedestrian and bike accessibility to town centres, universities and schools in Perth and create a green corridor from Perth to Fremantle.

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Perth to Port, Bike and Walk was established to link councils, government departments, schools, universities and community groups interested in increasing the number of safe cycling and walking routes from Perth to Fremantle.

Our mission is to to fast track the missing section of the principal shared path from Perth to Fremantle; encourage local councils to finance connecting shared paths and Safe Active Streets and encourage school and university students to walk, ride and catch public transport.


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Kate Main

Claremont Council

Jill Goetze

Claremont Council

Paul Kelly

Claremont Council

Sara Franklyn

Claremont Council

Cilla de Lacy

Nedlands Council

Lorraine Young

Cottesloe Council

Mayor Brad Pettitt

Fremantle Council

Melissa Harkins

Cottesloe Council

Michael Tucak

Cottesloe Council

Doug Thompson

Fremantle Council

Andrew Sullivan

Fremantle Council

Stephanie Stroud

Subiaco Council

Michael McPhail

East Fremantle Council

Karen Wheatland

Melville Council

Frank Mofflin

Fremantle Council

Jenny Archibald

Fremantle Council

Su Groome

Fremantle Council

Tony Natale

East Fremantle Council

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Helen Sadler

Cottesloe Council

Adin Lang

Fremantle Council

Jenna Ledgerwood

Mosman Park Council

Dawn Horrex

Peppermint Grove Council

Nikola Horley

Nedlands Council

Mayor Keri Shannon

Cambridge Council

Mayor Phil Angers

Cottesloe Council

Rachel Pemberton

Fremantle Council

Kirsty Barrett

Cottesloe Council

Caroline Harben

Cottesloe Council

Craig Masarei

Cottesloe Council

Mayor Brett Pollock

Mosman Park Council

Mayor Penny Taylor

Subiaco Council

Steve Kepert

Melville Council

Hannah Fitzhardinge

Fremantle Council

Phoebe Corke

Cockburn Council

Lee-Anne Smith

Cockburn Council

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Some young students live a long way from their school. They are encouraged to ‘walk a little way’ with mum or dad. The walk through Lake Claremont is delightful, as are other leafy streets in the Western Suburbs.


Claremont Council has coordinated the installation of four cross walks outside schools and many years ago, a bridge across Stirling Hwy. Scotch has built a tunnel under Shenton Rd. Christ Church and MLC have added private buses from popular suburbs such as Floreat. As a result, dropping students at the bus or train to get to school is perfectly safe for students at MLC, Christchurch and Scotch.


It is great to already see an increase in students riding to school and the fabulous new bike rack baskets and panniers make back packs lighter. 


Western Suburbs councils are currently working on their section of a Bike Plan for shared paths and Safe Active Streets in WA that bodes well for the future. 


These Schools Are Already On Board!

  • Beehive Montessori School

  • Cottesloe Primary School

  • North Cottesloe Primary School

  • Swanbourne Primary School

  • Christ Church Grammar School

  • Methodist Ladies’ College

  • Scotch College

  • Freshwater Bay Primary School

  • Swanbourne Primary School

  • Hollywood Primary School

  • St Hilda’s

  • Nedlands Primary School

  • Loreto Primary School

  • Dalkeith Primary School




  1. Shenton College

  2. Iona Presentation College

  3. Mosman Park Primary School

  4. St Thomas’ Primary School 

  5. Mt Claremont Primary School

Who else will join us?

Students who ride or walk to school contribute to their minimum physical activity level of 60 minutes per day. They are also more focused and ready to
learn compared to those
who are driven.

Can we make a difference to health, resilience and local traffic?

In partnership with Five

Five is a community organisation working to make walking, running and cycling in Perth, Western Australia, easier, safer and more convenient. It is Five’s aim that by 2020 Perth has a streamlined route of suburban bike boulevards connecting Perth City to the City of Fremantle.