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 support the kamay greenway
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IMAGINE... a peaceful green corridor

from Kyeemagh to Sandringham

that connects our community,

provides safer walking and cycling routes,

and restores nature and our waterways

Sign our petition

With your support, we can create the Kamay Greenway, a shared pathway that extends from the new green active transport corridor that helps link all the green spaces between Kyeemagh and Sans Souci.

The Kamay Greenway will unify the district and provide an impressive community amenity, completing a safe walking and cycling 'loop' 16 km long, flowing directly into the shared path along Botany Bay's foreshore from Kyeemagh to Sandringham.

The new F6 Extension Stage 1 shared path from Kyeemagh through to Scarborough Ponds opening 2025 will end at the AS Tanner Reserve in Monterey. We propose to start extending this connection all the way to George's River.

We want to regenerate the bushland and parks along the route, protect the local wildlife, and improve water quality in the waterways, including fixing flooding and drainage issues.

We have a draft route and are proposing a sensible and non-invasive path that varies in type depending on the landscape, accounting for sensitive natural areas.


The route will pass through AS Tanner Reserve, Leo Smith Reserve, Bona Park, Noel Seiffert Reserve, Equestrian Park, Clareville Reserve, Stan Moses Reserve and Scott Park, running parallel to Bado-Berong Creek.

This is an initiative of Peaceful Bayside and the Kamay Greenway Working Group. We have a clear vision based on similar successful projects brought to life by other councils and the NSW Government. We are seeking local council and state government support.


Show your support! Sign our petition below.

Sign the Petition

We urge Premier Minns, Rockdale MP Steve Kamper

and Bayside Council

to work together to create the "Kamay Greenway"

to connect our community,

create safer walking and cycling routes,

and restore nature and our waterways.

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Thank you for signING our Petition!

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