Canada Bay

Cycling in Canada Bay

Cycling in Canada Bay


The City of Canada Bay is best explored by bike. The city has a rich history, and an amazing taste of art, which can be proved through a number of heritage sites and artworks everywhere around the city. 

In fact, the City of Canada Bay has a long history of supporting cycling initiatives. Both the former Concord and Drummoyne Councils had Bike Plans. In a joint initiative between Sydney Olympic Park Authority and City of Canada Bay, a Homebush Bay Cycling Map has been developed and is available here.

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Getting there and away

The City of Canada Bay is well catered for by public transport, particularly for commuters to the Sydney CBD.  The main transport services in Sydney of Buses, Trains and Ferries are all available options for local residents and workers.   


The train stations of North Strathfield, Concord West and Rhodes on the Main Northern Line are within the City, and the major rail stations of Strathfield and Burwood are just south of our area.  These stations are linked to our suburbs by several bus services that traverse our area.   


There are numerous bus routes through the City of Canada Bay, many giving direct connection to the Sydney CBD.  These include M50, 439, 502, 504.  Other local bus routes connect to the main train stations of Strathfield and Burwood, including M41, 458, 464, 466.   


The three main ferry wharves that are serviced by Sydney Ferries in our City are at Cabarita Park, Bortfield Drive, Chiswick and Wolseley Street, Drummoyne.

For information about public transport services, timetable and plan your next trip, visit the State Government's online service at Transport Information.

We have also listed all the Ferry Wharves here for your convenience.