Cycling in Maribyrnong
We have more than 40 kilometres of on-road lanes and off-road paths connecting some of our most popular attractions including Melbourne's Living Museum of the West, Pipemakers Park, Footscray Community Arts Centre, VU, Maribyrnong Aquatic Centre, Highpoint Shopping Centre and Central West Shopping Centre.
For more information download the Maribyrnong TravelSmart Map(PDF, 5MB) or TravelSmart Map Information (PDF, 7MB) TravelSmart Map Information Front(PDF, 3MB)
Other bicycle facilities
There are Parkiteer cages for secure bicycle parking at most railway stations in Maribyrnong.
Bicycle pump and repair stations are located at West Footscray Station (north side), on the Maribyrnong River Trail in Pipemakers Park, Footscray Park, the Climbing Wall under the Hopkins Street Bridge and Napier Street, Footscray (near the Maribyrnong River).
Request bicycle parking near you.
Share the road
No matter what form of transport you choose to get around, please show consideration for other road users so we can all stay safe.
The rules of shared paths
- Be considerate of other path users.
- Keep left unless overtaking.
- Ride your bike at an appropriate speed (about 20-25km/h maximum).
- Bike riders must always give way to pedestrians.
- Ring your bell gently, call 'passing' and slow when passing others.
- Move off the path if you are stopping.
VicRoads' Cyclist Safety webpage has information and advice for cyclists about how to ride safely and responsibly. A number of cycling road rules changed as of 1 July 2017 see the bicycles road rules page for details.
National Ride to Work Day
National Ride to Work Day encourages everyday Aussies to jump on the bike and get active on their way to work! Council encourages people to ride to work anyday! See Bicycle Network about the benefits of riding to work.
Cycling groups in Maribyrnong
BikeWest is a local cycling group that support people of all ages and abilities to start riding, and to ride more often.
Visit the BikeWest website
Westside Cycle Club is an inclusive and multi-disciplinary club that welcomes riders of all skills and abilities.
Visit the Westside Cycle Club website
Cycling in Maribyrnong is guided by the Maribyrnong Bicycle Strategy 2020-2030(PDF, 18MB).
The strategy aims to encourage more people to ride and help reduce car dependence. We do this by creating an attractive and inviting environment for all riders, especially for those riding for the first time.