We represent walking for all Queenslanders

Queensland Walks advocacy

Queensland Walks participates in walking, road safety and active transport advocacy by participating in international, national, state and local government and non-government advisory panels and advocacy groups and consultation. 

International Federation of Pedestrians. IFP is a network of non-profit associations and individuals from all over the world, working for pedestrians and liveable public space. IFP was founded as an UN-accredited NGO in 1963 and has been promoting the rights of pedestrians ever since.

Queensland Walks is proud to be an IFP member (2017 ongoing). 

Cycling and Walking Australia and New Zealand (CWANZ)

Cycling and Walking Australia and New Zealand (CWANZ) is the Australasian lead reference group for walking and bike riding on transport and recreation networks. Members include senior and executive-level leaders from all Australian state and territory transport agencies, New Zealand Transport Agency, local government representatives, and leading advocacy groups and peak bodies for walking, cycling, health and mobility. CWANZ provides a collaborative forum across Australia and New Zealand to share knowledge and innovation on strategic initiatives and projects that enhance outcomes for walking and cycling. Collaboration at this level and degree of diversity is a first for Australia and New Zealand and provides the opportunity and leadership to support positive change for more sustainable and efficient mobility across our communities and cities.

Queensland Walks is proud to be an elected member (2022 ongoing)

Queensland Walking Alliance  Facilitated by Queensland Walks (2020 ongoing)

Transport and Main Roads, Personal Mobility Devices (PMD)  / e-Mobility Safety Group, and e-Mobility Parking working group (2021 ongoing)

Transport and Main Roads, Road Safety Strategy consultation & forum, Road Safety Roundtable 2022 ongoing 

Transport and Main Roads, Black Spot projects consultation (commencing Dec 2023)

Active Transport Advisory Committee (ATAC) Brisbane

Active Transport Advisory Committee (ATAC) Sunshine Coast

Rail and Transit Legibility Review (RATLR)

Regional Active and Public Transport Advisory Committee (RAPTAC) Toowoomba

Road Safety and Active Transport Advisory Group Logan

Redlands Coast Active Travel Reference Group

Walking Network Planning (WNP) consultation 

Cross River Rail consultation

The Metro (Brisbane) consultation