Gold Coast Oceanway

The Gold Coast Oceanway is a foreshoreway along beaches in Gold Coast, Queensland. The Gold Coast Oceanway is a shared use pedestrian and cyclist pathway on the Gold Coast, connecting the Point Danger lighthouse on the New South Wales and Queensland border to the Gold Coast Seaway. The network includes 36 km of poor, medium and high quality pathways.

On the 2nd May 2012 the new Mayor-Elect Tom Tate of the GCCC has advised of his intention to stop any future work on the Oceanway, including and new proposed section in a bid to reform the Councils Legal expenses and reduce spending.

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