We represent walking for all Queenslanders


Brisbane Walking Strategy: Walkable Brisbane

Queensland Walks submission to Brisbane City Council’s draft Walkable Brisbane Strategy

National: National Road Safety Strategy (NRSS)

Queensland Walks in conjunction with Victoria Walks wrote to the Office of Road Safety in response to the Draft National Road Safety Strategy

Brisbane: Green Bridges – West End to St Lucia and West End to Toowong

Queensland Walks wrote to Brisbane City Council  in response to Brisbane City Council’s proposed Green Bridges projects

Brisbane: Draft E-mobility Strategy

Queensland Walks and the Queensland Walking Alliance wrote to Brisbane City Council  in response to the Draft E-mobility Strategy community consultation which closed end Feb 2021. 

Brisbane: North West Transport Network

Queensland Walks wrote to Brisbane City Council  in response to the community consultation which closed on Monday 21 December 2020. The community consultation was open for just one month, and in the pre-Christmas 2020. Read more here.

Queensland state election 2020

Queensland Walks wrote to State Members and candidates before the election asking them to prioritise walking in their electoral commitments. We encourage you to talk to your State Member so that they prioritise walking in your electorate by sharing our letter and our request for funding. 

Queensland local government elections 2020

We recently wrote to newly elected Queensland Mayors and Councillors asking them to prioritise active travel and recreation in response to COVID-19, and in the coming months.

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