Best Bike Paths Around College 🚲

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By Sian O’Sullivan

View from Kings Park

View from Kings Park

Monday 3 June marks World Bicycle Day! So, why not celebrate and check out some of the amazing bicycle paths right on our doorstep at St Catherine’s College?

Whether you're a coastal cruiser, a seasoned city slicker, a lycra fanatic or a hipster with a fixie, we have the best bike trails for you, suited to your unique interests!


Kings Park

Kings Park is one of the closest and most beautiful places to go for a ride at any time of the day and any time of the year.

The Blue Boat Shed along the Matilda Bay Foreshore.

The Blue Boat Shed along the Matilda Bay Foreshore.

Kings Park has different bike trails to suit you, whether you are after a long trek through the bush or a short scenic route.

The view of Perth from Kings Park is unparalleled and we are so lucky to have it right in our back yard at St Catherine’s College.

Matilda Bay Foreshore

Nothing beats the fresh air and a view of the Perth skyline.

As you enjoy a ride along the bank of the river, be sure to keep an eye out for swans, dolphins and the Blue Boatshed!

It’s a great place to snap a photo for your Instagram, so be sure to use the #stcatscollege hashtag.

Cottesloe Beach is one of WA’s most iconic beaches.

Cottesloe Beach is one of WA’s most iconic beaches.

Cottesloe Beach

One of the best things about Western Australia is all our beautiful beaches.

Cottesloe Beach is a 30-minute bike ride away and what better way to cool off from a bike ride than with a dip in the Indian Ocean! This is definitely one to add to your bucket list.

There’s plenty of space for you to keep your bike at St Catherine’s College, so make the most of our beautiful city and don’t forget your helmet.

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