Connecting Broome's recreational trails
Written on the 18 May 2016
The Shire of Broome is developing a new Recreation Trails Master Plan and is hosting a Community Workshop on Tuesday 24 May to better understand the paths and circuits used by the community.
Shire of Broome Club Development Officer, Mike Doyle, said that anyone with suggestions or ideas on how to connect the Broome town site was encouraged to attend the workshop that will be facilitated by consultants UDLA.
"If you'd like to talk about how to connect our businesses, schools and key destinations then please join us," Mr Doyle said.
"The aim of the Broome Recreation Trails Master Plan is to outline a long-term strategy for developing pathways, tracks and trails to connect existing and proposed destinations including housing estates, schools and parks, and key sporting, tourism, cultural and shopping destinations.
"We also want to identify potential areas to develop recreational activities including BMX and mountain bike riding, and personal training, running and triathlon circuits, along with ways to market and promote these sites and trails."
Funding for the project has been provided by the WA Department of Sport and Recreation and Lotterywest.
The Recreation Trails Master Plan Community Workshop will be held at the Broome Civic Centre on Tuesday 24 May at 5.30pm. For more information or to RSVP please contact Mr Doyle at email@example.com or call (08) 9191 3439.
MEDIA CONTACT: Simon Penn, Media and Promotions Officer (08) 9191 3483 / 0408 599 134
Source: Shire of Broome media release
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