Mt Coot-tha Reserve Mountain Bike Concept Plan

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Brisbane City Council is seeking feedback on the draft Mt Coot-tha Reserve Mountain Bike Concept Plan.

Delivering the Mt Coot-tha Reserve Mountain Bike Concept Plan is a key action of the Brisbane Off-Road Cycling Strategy which is a city-wide strategy guiding long-term investment in off-road cycling facilities for children, adults and families within Council’s bushland reserves and parks.

Mt Coot-tha Reserve is the only Council reserve with mountain bike single tracks and due to a growing demand, these mountain bike tracks and supporting facilities are considered to be at capacity at peak times.

Mt Coot-tha Reserve is also an important area for biodiversity, Aboriginal Cultural Heritage, historical uses, recreational activities and a popular place to picnic and enjoy scenic views with friends, family and visitors.

To help meet demand, provide sustainable, low-impact facilities and better protect Mt Coot-tha’s significant values, the draft Mt Coot-tha Reserve Mountain Bike Concept Plan identifies possible future opportunities for new mountain bike tracks that provide a range of riding experiences and associated supporting facilities.

Council would like to hear your feedback on the draft Mt Coot-tha Reserve Mountain Bike Concept Plan.

You are invited to complete the online survey on the Mt Coot-tha Reserve Mountain Bike Concept Plan webpage and share with others to complete. The survey will be open for feedback until 30 October 2022.

Community and stakeholder feedback will be used to evaluate and review the draft Mt Coot-tha Reserve Mountain Bike Concept Plan.

For more information, please visit the Mt Coot-tha Reserve Mountain Bike Concept Plan webpage, call Council’s Contact Centre on 3403 8888 or email offroadcycling@brisbane.qld.gov.au.

Mount Coot-tha tracks PHOTO: Brisbane City Council