Cycling is an essential mode of transport and an important recreational and sport activity. As well as having great environmental and health benefits, cycling
Victorians love to walk – it’s free, good for our health, good for the environment and good for the community. No wonder it’s the most popular form of
Celebrate community connection by supporting positive mental health awareness and raising awareness with Whitehorse City Council. Join us as we walk around
Highly regarded track, road and cycle-cross cycling club that provides cycling pathways and competition for junior boys & girls U9 - U19, Elite/Masters men &
A group of local residents interested in native flora and fauna, conservation of our indigenous species, preservation of a beautiful, peaceful area.
Advisory committee sponsored by Whitehorse City Council comprising local residents appointed by Council. Helps improve and maintain Wurundjeri Walk, a 20
Assisting Whitehorse Council with the management and care of Cootamundra Walk - a bushland park north of Whitehorse Rd.
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Box Hill ITS (Integrated Transport Strategy) document can be found on this page.
Whitehorse City Council is committed to ensuring that everyone has access to a range of transport options that are sustainable, convenient, accessible, safe and enhance the liveability of the city.
This includes options like walking, cycling, using public transport as well as by motor vehicle.
The City of Whitehorse offers a range of school programs to support young people to try different ways of getting around – whether it’s by train, tram, bus
Whitehorse News - September 2021 Whitehorse is home to a range of unique parks, reserves and bushland that feature beautiful native flora and fauna and are