Redhead BMX / Pump Track Facility

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Thank you to everyone who provided feedback during this consultation. The project team are currently reviewing all feedback received and will report back in early 2021.

Construction of a BMX/pump track facility has been identified in the Charlestown Contributions Plan. Following a review of the contributions plan, we have identified a potential opportunity to accelerate a small, permanent facility in the Redhead area. We’re exploring three possible locations including Webb Park, Molly O’Conner Park and Liles Oval.

We asked the community to share their thoughts on a BMX/pump track facility in Redhead and the proposed locations.

Feedback closed 5pm Friday 18 December.


Map of potential locations


Thank you to everyone who provided feedback during this consultation. The project team are currently reviewing all feedback received and will report back in early 2021.

Construction of a BMX/pump track facility has been identified in the Charlestown Contributions Plan. Following a review of the contributions plan, we have identified a potential opportunity to accelerate a small, permanent facility in the Redhead area. We’re exploring three possible locations including Webb Park, Molly O’Conner Park and Liles Oval.

We asked the community to share their thoughts on a BMX/pump track facility in Redhead and the proposed locations.

Feedback closed 5pm Friday 18 December.


Map of potential locations


  • December 2020 update

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    24 Dec 2020

    Council ran an early engagement process between the 8 - 18 December to determine if there is community need for a BMX/Bike pump tack in Redhead.

    We also asked the community to provide feedback on three potential locations for the track.

    In total, we received 439 completed surveys - thank you to everyone who took the time to participate online or speak with us in person.

    Next steps

    • We will analyse community feedback in January 2021 and compile the results in a final engagement report.

    • Results from community feedback will form part of a formal assessment process that Council will undertake in February 2021, to determine the feasibility of constructing a track in the area.

    • We aim to provide the engagement report along with the final assessment outcomes in March 2021.

    • If a BMX/Bike pump track is deemed to be feasible for the area, we will advise the community on next steps for engagement, which will likely include a detailed design component.

    If you do have questions over the Christmas break, please ask the Project Team and we will respond in the new year.

    Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season.

    The Project Team