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On 18 November 2020, schools, local governments and workplaces came together at the University Club of Western Australia to celebrate the successes and achievements of passionate West Australians who are helping more people to walk, ride a bike and catch public transport. The Hon. Rita Saffioti MLA, Minister for Transport, took part, presenting the Your Move Awards.

Your Move Achieve Award – Schools

  • Lake Gwelup Primary School

Your Move Achieve Award – Local Government/Workplaces

  • City of Fremantle

Your Move Innovate Award – Schools

  • Mt Lawley Primary School Traffic Management Group

Your Move Innovate Award – Local Government/Workplaces

  • Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council

Your Move Champion Award – Schools – Individual

  • Julia Calvert, Winterfold Primary School

Your Move Champion Award – Schools – Team

  • Wanbro Community High School Health and Wellbeing Team

Your Move Champion Award – Local Government/Workplace

  • City of Albany Green Team

For more information on the winners please visit https://www.yourmove.org.au/2020-your-move-awards 

Your Move is a free program run by the Department of Transport that supports individuals, schools and workplaces to start swapping a few car trips each week for walking, riding a bike or catching public transport. Help your school, workplace or neighbourhood be more bike-friendly by connecting with the online community and be inspired by the stories posted by the winners themselves at https://www.yourmove.org.au/


Included in the award ceremony was the WA Bicycle Network Awards, acknowledging local government’s who have been constructing high-quality bike riding infrastructure. The Bicycle Network Awards were presented by Chris Tallentire MLA, Chair of the WA Bicycle Riding Reference Group

WA Bicycle Network – Regional Bike Network project – Highly Commended

  • City of Busselton – Cloisters Shared Path

WA Bicycle Network – Regional Bike Network project – Winner

  • Shire of Kondinin – Hyden Shared Path

WA Bicycle Network – Perth Bike Network project – Highly Commended

  • Town of Cambridge – Dodd St and Lake Monger Shared Path

WA Bicycle Network – Perth Bike Network project – Winner

  • City of Canning – “Route 1 Project”

To see what bike riding infrastructure projects your local government has in the pipeline, please visit:

The Western Australian Bicycle Network (WABN) Grants Program is available to local government authorities in WA, for up to 50 per cent of the total project cost, for the design and implementation of bicycle network infrastructure and programs in accordance with State Government priorities set out in the WABN Plan. The next round of grants will be announced in the coming months.

Image Source: Your Move


Congratulations to all the winners and all of the other hard working people who are making WA a better place to walk, ride a bike and use public transport.

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