The City of Kalamunda has been awarded funding under the Western Australian Bicycle Network Grants (WABN) Program to design and deliver improved bicycle routes in High Wycombe. The project will install shared paths that will connect students, residents and workers in the vicinity of High Wycombe to the new train station.
In collaboration with Town Team Movement, the City has conducted engagement sessions with local primary schools in High Wycombe to gain their insights, opinions and artistic impressions regarding the High Wycombe community values. These include the cultural background and ancestry of local story teller and indigenous artist Aurora Abraham, their daily activities within the community, what they see at the local parks and how they travel to school and activities within the community. looking to collaborate with High Wycombe residents to share their stories about the suburb of High Wycombe and be part of the decorative art treatments design process.
Where will this take place?
The new shared paths will commence in Kiandra Way in High Wycombe, passing through John MacLarty Park, and Newburn Road and up to Palmer Crescent. Got more questions? Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions for more information on this project. Get Involved!
Based on the engagement sessions with primary school students in High Wycombe, a number of themes and ideas were developed are now being put to the High Wycombe community to vote for their favourite idea! View the themes and vote by taking our online survey.
Do you have an eye for design or creative flair? Do you have an idea, image or vision that you feel reflects the spirit of the High Wycombe community? If so, get out your pencils and get sketching! Download our sketch form, put your vision to paper and upload as an attachment with your online survey, or submit to firstname.lastname@example.org (put in subject heading: High Wycombe Shared Path Decorative Project).
Get in quick! Comments close Tuesday 21 April 2020.
Submissions for the High Wycombe Shared Path Decorative Project closed on 21 April 2020. Please stay tuned to this page for future updates!