Pippita Rail Trail Development

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February 2024 update:

The new Pippita Rail Trail Masterplan has been drafted and is on exhibition from Monday 12 February to Sunday 10 March 2024.

December 2022 update:

Consultation has closed on the Pippita Rail Trail project, and submissions are now being reviewed. Thank you to everyone who submitted feedback.

November 2022 consultation:

We want to know your ideas and feedback about our proposal for the Pippita Rail Trail project, an active transport link between Lidcombe to Sydney Olympic Park.

Council has received funding from the State Government under the NSW Get Active Program for the planning and design of the Pippita Rail Trail.  The trail will be created by transforming an unused three kilometre rail line, that was once used to service the state brickworks, abattoirs and Homebush saleyards, which included the Flemington Goods Junction, Pippita, Metropolitan Meat Platforms and sales yards and Brickworks railway stations.

The Pippita Rail Trail is part of Council’s long term strategic vision for Cumberland. The project will help residents access parks and open spaces along the corridor.  It will also provide an opportunity to cycle or walk directly from Lidcombe to Sydney Olympic Park and view interesting places and local history along the way. You can see the proposed trail on the map below, or download a copy from the document library.

Pippita Rail Trail map

How to have your say

Feedback for this consultation closed on Friday 16 December 2022.

Responses may be used in publicly available reports after consultation has finished. All responses will be de-identified and your name will not appear on any documents. If you would like your feedback to be kept confidential, please let us know when providing your feedback.

See points of interest on our Interactive Map

  • Pippita Rail Trail Development

    View our interactive map and the scenic points of interest added by community members along the proposed trail. NOTE: We are not accepting new points of interest at this time.

Any questions?

Council’s Executive Engineer Traffic & Transport is ready to answer all your questions. Call us on 8757 9000.

Soma Somaskanthan
Executive Engineer Traffic & Transport
P: (02) 8757 9488
E: council@cumberland.nsw.gov.au 

Interpreter Services

To call us using an interpreter service, call the National Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450, and ask them to call us on 8757 9000.

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