The health and safety of residents, customers and employees is our top priority and we are continuing to monitor developments in response to COVID-19. Council administration building is open by appointment only from 9am - 4:15pm. Please continue to follow social distancing and safe hygiene measures and adhere to the public health order in line with NSW Government restrictions.
We all love getting out and exploring our City on foot, bike, scooter or skateboard so it's important we do so while keeping ourselves and each other safe.
Our cycleways and shared pathways are used by a wide variety of community members. They're a great smooth ride for children transitioning from four wheels to two, a long stretch for athletes to train, exercise and condition, a relaxing walk for parents with prams, or families and friends and a great place to keep active for our older residents. Knowing the wide range of users and usages of our tracks it's important we take measures to keep them as they have been intended, as a shared, welcoming and safe place for all to enjoy.
Following these simple measures can ensure our roads and shared pathways are safe and enjoyable for all users:
We are very fortunate to have a number of shared pathways and cycleways around Lake Mac. If you find one is too congested why not explore another. Take a look at our Shared Pathway Guide to plan your next outing.
Lake Macquarie City Council
126-138 Main Road,
Speers Point, NSW 2284
Box 1906, Hunter Region
Mail Centre, NSW 2310
Phone 02 4921 0333
Local number for Wyee residents 02 4357 1999
Telephone Interpreting Service 131 450 National Relay Service 133 677
ABN: 81 065 027 868