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Cycleways, footpaths & walking tracks
Singleton has many shared pathways / cycleways.

There are 22km of these pathways in our local area.

Singleton Council is continually improving these linkages as part of our updated Singleton Bike Plan. You can view this plan here to see where the future linkages will be. 

We have maps of our cycle networks that can be picked up from the Singleton Visitor Information Centre at Townhead Park, Singleton or by calling 02 6571 5888."

Request for maintenance to a footpath, or requests for new footpaths, can be made by contacting Council's Customer Service Centre on 02 6578 7290 or by completing an online customer request.

Use of footpath during building construction

If you would like to temporarily close, or erect a structure on a public footpath as part of construction works, you must obtain approval from Council under Section 138 of the Roads Act 1993.

Approval can be obtained by completing an "Application for the use of a Council Road" form. Once completed the form should be submitted to Singleton's Customer Service Team via email at  along with payment.

Once the completed form is received, and payment has cleared, the application will be reviewed by Council's Infrastructure Strategy Planning and Programming Team. If you require further information please contact Council's Asset Commissioning Officer on 02 6578 7290.

Walking tracks
10,000 steps in conjunction with Singleton Council has mapped out walking routes.

Every Step Counts is a series of measured and marked walking routes with attractive totem pole and stencil signs at various intervals, identifying distances in steps and metres.

Heritage Walk
The Heritage Walk leads you to a collection of proud historical buildings that stand to tell the tale of the rich heritage the Singleton area has to offer.

Singleton Council
PO Box 314 Singleton NSW 2330
Ph: 02 6578 7290