Construction of the new shared path along the Buayanyup Drain has now begun.
The 3m wide path will connect Vasse to the coast at Abbey. Plus, it will also link into existing walk and cycle paths to Busselton, Dunsborough and beyond!
The 2km path is scheduled to be completed toward the end of June this year and will be shared between pedestrians and cyclists.
Community Tree Planting 2021
To celebrate the completion of the new path, the City of Busselton will be holding a community tree planting event this winter.
The planting will be a great opportunity to socialise with your community and enjoy some light refreshments. Plus you can leave a leafy green legacy along the path for years to come.
If you’d like to take part, register your interest to Carolyn Ryder at the City via Carolyn.Ryder@busselton.wa.gov.au for further updates. You can also keep an eye on our Facebook page.
About the Buayanyup Shared Path
Starting from the Wadandi Track at the end of the Vasse Sporting Complex, the path will cross Napoleon Promenade near Vantage at Vasse.
It then connects through to a bypass under Bussell Highway, alongside the RAC Caravan Park and finishes opposite Forth Street, Abbey. A plan for the path can be found here.
Funding for the path came from the WA Government’s Bicycle Network grants scheme.
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