GreenWay Masterplan

The GreenWay Master Plan was adopted by Inner West Council on 14 August 2018.  Its aim is to:

  • guide the delivery of landscaping and infrastructure within the GreenWay corridor over the next 10 to 15 years
  • establishes the GreenWay as an integrated ecological and active transport corridor for a range of passive and active recreation opportunities
  • incorporate local places for culture and art.

The Master Plan includes proposals for $57 million of works to be implemented over the long term. Around $45 million of priority works are anticipated to be completed by 2024.

Read the Summary of proposed works (PDF 1.2MB).

Additional works outlined in the draft Plan will be delivered in a staged approach over the next 10 to 15 years, as more funding becomes available.

As part of the design and construction, Council will be undertaking further engagement with the community. You can get information on engagement opportunities on Council's engagement website Your Say Inner West.

GreenWay Master Plan 

Concept design

Based on the adopted master plan, Council developed concept designs in 2019. Based on further feedback from the community and government stakeholders the Concept designs were revised in 2020. The revised concept design can be downloaded below.

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Page last updated: 14 Feb 2022