Victor Harbor Mountain Bike Strategy

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Thank you for your contributions!

Council recently invited input from the community to support the initial phase of this project. This consultation has now closed and the contributions are being collated and considered.

There will be further opportunity for community feedback during later stages of the project as a draft Mountain Bike Strategy is developed.

Information about future consultations will become available on the Your Say Victor Harbor home page!


The Victor Harbor Mountain Bike Strategy is being prepared to guide and plan for the future development and activation of a network of trails throughout the Victor Harbor area and with connections to the broader Fleurieu area.

The strategy will focus on the future of mountain biking and will consider how these trails relate to existing and future trails.

Project update

The first phase of public consultation for this project was undertaken between 11 March 2021 and 1 April 2021. The community and other interested stakeholders were encouraged to share information about general use of community trails as well as mountain biking through a dedicated survey. Representatives from the team Council has engaged to deliver the strategy, TRC Tourism, also held a face to face drop-in session on the foreshore near Kent Reserve in Encounter Bay listening to community ideas about trails and mountain biking in Victor Harbor.

The information gathered through the first phase of public consultation will be used to help inform the development of a draft Victor Harbor Mountain Bike Strategy. In the coming months the draft Strategy will be presented to the community for further feedback. So if you didn't provide your feedback during phase one, there will be an opportunity for you to share your views with Council.

To be notified when the draft Strategy is released for community feedback, register as a participant of this site or follow the City of Victor Harbor's Facebook page.


The Victor Harbor Mountain Bike Strategy is being prepared to guide and plan for the future development and activation of a network of trails throughout the Victor Harbor area and with connections to the broader Fleurieu area.

The strategy will focus on the future of mountain biking and will consider how these trails relate to existing and future trails.

Project update

The first phase of public consultation for this project was undertaken between 11 March 2021 and 1 April 2021. The community and other interested stakeholders were encouraged to share information about general use of community trails as well as mountain biking through a dedicated survey. Representatives from the team Council has engaged to deliver the strategy, TRC Tourism, also held a face to face drop-in session on the foreshore near Kent Reserve in Encounter Bay listening to community ideas about trails and mountain biking in Victor Harbor.

The information gathered through the first phase of public consultation will be used to help inform the development of a draft Victor Harbor Mountain Bike Strategy. In the coming months the draft Strategy will be presented to the community for further feedback. So if you didn't provide your feedback during phase one, there will be an opportunity for you to share your views with Council.

To be notified when the draft Strategy is released for community feedback, register as a participant of this site or follow the City of Victor Harbor's Facebook page.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for your contributions!

    Council recently invited input from the community to support the initial phase of this project. This consultation has now closed and the contributions are being collated and considered.

    There will be further opportunity for community feedback during later stages of the project as a draft Mountain Bike Strategy is developed.

    Information about future consultations will become available on the Your Say Victor Harbor home page!

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