Discover, Play, Bikeway! 2022

Thank you to everyone who helped make Discover, Play, Bikeway! for 2022 a huge success. We enjoyed seeing eveyone supporting local vendors and community groups in the fresh air of the Adelaide Hills.

About the event:

Ride or walk the Amy Gillett Bikeway and discover an array of pop-up food, music, art, and performance options from Oakbank, to Woodside, Charleston and Mount Torrens! Whether by wheels, hoof, or foot, the Bikeway is a perfect recreation trail, with up to 15km of flat, bitumised surface leading through picturesque towns, past iconic hills businesses and thriving wineries. Enjoy pop up music, art, food and performances from local artists and eateries. 

There are three hubs along the Bikeway that represent the ideal opportunity to rest and spend time supporting local businesses, community groups, and artists. All hubs will offer parking, toilets, bins, and refreshments. Plan your day around one or more of these locations, or meander the whole way!

Our Strategic Plan in action

Council's Strategic Plan sets out our key areas of focus for the next four years. It is sorted into the goals of Built Environment, Community Wellbeing, Economy, Natural Environment, and Organisation. You can see our Strategic Plan in action all over the district and the Festival of the Hills is an example of our commitment to Community Wellbeing.

Community Wellbeing
Priority C6.2Develop, support or bring events to our district that have social, cultural, environmental or economic benefits.
Priority C6.3 - Recognise, encourage and support artists, emerging artists, writers and performers through promotion of the Arts and supporting opportunities to exhibit and perform.

Council acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.
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