The GreenWay is an urban green corridor in Sydney's Inner West. It is a bush corridor and a hub for community arts and groups, bushcare, walking and cycling. The GreenWay Community is maintaining a campaign to build an off-road shared path from the Cooks River to Iron Cove. This trail was to be built as part of the Inner West Light Rail Extension but was deferred by the state government. As an interim measure we have marked out an alternative route to help people travel along the corridor.
This website is a portal to all GreenWay related activities in the catchment. Get involved in the site - register and add community events, send us resource materials, and add comments. With your feedback we will continue to improve and evolve this site - let us know what you think!
If you haven't visited of late why not make a trip and see our first-ever commissioned public art work “Tree Cycle” by Inner West artist Graham Chalcroft which was installed earlier this year on the Hawthorne Canal foreshore near the City West Link bridge on Canal Road.
Pictured: TreeCycle by Graham Chalcroft
It's a really exciting time for the GreenWay with encouraging signs progress is being made to secure funding to build the missing links along this unique green corridor in Sydney. The latest editon of our e-newsletter details the latest news in respect to the missing links project, as well as an update on a number of programs and happenings along the GreenWay. Click here to read all about it.
The Mayor of Ashfield Council, the Lead Council for the GreenWay Program, Lucille McKenna OAM today welcomed reports that the State Government is committed to providing funding to help complete the GreenWay Missing Links. Mayor McKenna said she was committed to working with neighbouring Council’s to provide the collaborative funding required to see the GreenWay vision become a reality.
The operators of the Light Rail, Transdev are encouraging young people to take part in a coluring-in competition in support of the research project on the Inner West Long-Nosed Bandicoot being funded by Transport for NSW. The Office of Environment and Heritage is undertaking surveys to determine the extent of the population, using radio tracking to monitor habitat use and is also undertaking a community awareness program to increase knowledge of the species.