Darwin Cycle Path
The Greater Darwin Region has an extensive network of off road cycling and walking paths. With the region’s generally flat terrain, relatively short distances and a good climate, cycling and walking are good options for both transport and Territory. All Northern Territory paths are shared cyclist and pedestrian paths and this means cyclists and pedestrians can use all paths (unless bicycles are prohibited by a ‘No bicycle’ sign). Cyclists must keep left and give way to pedestrians on all paths and pedestrians must look out for cyclists and give room for cyclists to pass. Cyclists and pedestrians should keep left on paths and overtake other path users to the right. The map shows paths of varying standards including separate, off-road paths and narrower paths.