Path Network Plan

Rehabilitating Roe 8 (RR8) Path Network Plan

About the Project

Rehabilitating Roe 8 (RR8) is a community-led restoration project which will incorporate a system of well-defined paths creating an off-road link between Bibra Drive in the east to Southwell Crescent in the west. The RR8 corridor covers approximately 4.5km of land which is highly valued by the local community and has important ecological and Indigenous cultural heritage values.
The formalised corridor pathway network will enable passive recreational use, providing community spaces for the enjoyment of significant biological diversity and cultural education.
The intent of this project is to undertake community and stakeholder consultation to determine the most appropriate user groups, route and design including surface treatment for the corridor pathway network, with consideration of sustainability, safety, and connectivity.

Project Objectives 

Facilitate a strong interconnected pathway network
• Provide access between key land uses
• Ensure the safety of all users
• Create well signed and legible routes
• Provide path infrastructure that facilitates use

The Corridor

The Path Network Plan is focused on the RR8 Corridor between Bibra Drive in the east and Southwell Crescent in the west as shown on the map below.

Have Your Say! Online Community Survey is now open

You are invited to share your thoughts, ideas and insights by completing the RR8 Path Network Plan online survey. The survey can be accessed by clicking this link and will remain open until Monday 26 April 2021.

For further information regarding the Path Network Plan, please contact Tredwell Management on 08 8234 6387 or email