Small but important cycleway connecting the Cooks River to Brighton-Le-Sands and beyond.


Getting To The Eve Street Cycleway


Where Is It?

Connecting the Cooks River Cycleway to the Bestic Street Cycleway and the Cook Park foreshore ride, the Eve Street Cycleway is a small but important part of the cycleway network in Sydney, running approximately 1.6 kilometres from Marsh Street near Cahill Park to the Bestic Street Cycleway that starts near Barton Park Driving Range.

Maps


Google Maps Link – Eve Street Cycleway


Things To Do


Ride The Cooks River Cycleway

Follow the Cooks River Cycleway as it runs from Botany Bay at Kyeemagh to Parramatta River near Wentworth Point, it’s about 25 kilometres of near uninterrupted bike track through picturesque parks and scenery, allowing riders to discover some of the best parklands in Sydney without worrying about cars, exhaust fumes and traffic. Suitable for riders of just about any skill level, there’s few hills and only a couple of times where you’ll need to cross or ride on the road. Perfect for a social ride, exploring Sydney’s Inner West or just getting fit!

Beaman Park | Earlwood

The Cooks River Cycleway as it passes through Beaman Park in Earlwood

Ride With The Kids To A Playground

Despite its relatively small size you’ll find plenty of playgrounds along the way, including at Cahill Park, Riverine Park, Kyeemagh Boat Ramp Reserve and Cooks Park.

Kyeemagh Reserve Playground Kyeemagh

The playground at Kyeemagh Reserve


Amenities


  • Food

    Continue along the Bestic Street Cycleway to Brighton-Le-Sands and Cook Park, where you’ll find plenty of places to eat, including cafes along the promenade and takeaways and restaurants along the Grand Parade.

  • Rubbish Bins

    You’ll find bins at Cahill Park and Riverine Park along the way.

  • Toilets

    Toilets at Cahill Park and Kyeemagh Boat Ramp Park.

  • Can I lock my bike up?

    There are bike lockups at Cook Park at varying intervals, otherwise depending on where you stop you may need to chain up to a fence.


Nearby


Ewen Park | Hurlstone Park

Cooks River Cycleway

Connect to one of the best bike tracks in Sydney as you follow the Cooks River from Botany Bay through to the Parramatta River, through Bicentennial Park, Sydney Olympic Park and the Millennium Parklands.


Bestic Street Cycleway Banksia Rockdale Sydney

Bestic Street Cycleway

A short cycleway connecting Eve Street Cycleway to Cook Park and Lady Robinsons Beach.


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