Sutherland to Cronulla Active Transport Link


Project overview

The Sutherland to Cronulla Active Transport Link (SCATL) is a pedestrian and bicycle path between Sutherland and Cronulla to help make walking and bike riding a more convenient, safer and enjoyable transport option.

Key benefits

  • Connection to key destinations such as transport interchanges, schools, residential areas and business precincts
  • Significant environmental and health benefits, encouraging people to walk or cycle in the area for fun or exercise
  • Provides a practical alternative to the car for short trips will reduce local traffic congestion
In progress

Project status

Follow this link to have your say on the proposed route identified for the next stages of the Active Transport Link.

After consideration of potential route options inside and outside the rail corridor, a preferred route has been identified for the next stages of the Active Transport Link.

The preferred route for Stage 2 of the project will run predominately along the Kingsway, providing more direct links to local facilities and better connectivity to the existing cycling network.

The preferred route is outside and to the north of the rail corridor and connects key destinations including schools and higher education centres, town centres, hospitals, employment centres, commercial and retail precincts, and parks and recreational facilities

To learn more about the proposed route option, see the SCATL Stage 2 Have your say April 2021 (PDF, 2.64 MB) document or the Frequently Asked Questions SCATL Stage 2 (PDF, 379.96 KB) document. These also available in the community notifications section at the bottom of this page.

Have your say

Transport for NSW is seeking community feedback on the preferred route for Stage 2  

We are interested in local knowledge, insight and general feedback on the preferred route for Stage 2.

Please provide your feedback via the following:

• leave your feedback or questions on the preferred route at:

• email

• write to Associate Director Environmental Impact (SCATL), PO Box K659, Haymarket NSW 1240

Please provide your feedback by5pm Monday 17 May 2021.

For more information or to speak with a member of the project team, please call the Project Infoline on 1800 684 490.

Your feedback will help Transport for NSW understand what is important to customers and the community.

Join the conversation

A Facebook Livestream was held at 1pm on Thursday 22 April to answer question and hear what others had to say about the project.

This event was recorded, and is now available for viewing via the Facebook event.

Community drop in sessions – book in today

The project team will be available to meet with the community over two evenings:

On Monday 26 April at Caringbah Senior Citizens’ Centre (376A Port Hacking Road, Caringbah) and Wednesday 5 May at Gymea Bay Resource Centre (276A Gymea Bay Road, Gymea).

Timeslots will be available between 3pm and 7pm on both evenings.

Next steps

Feedback from the community will be used to inform the planning approval documents and detailed studies which will be placed on public display for community feedback later this year.

Community input plays an important part in the successful delivery of a project and we encourage local residents, schools, businesses and the active transport community to provide their feedback.

Keep in touch

If you would like to receive further information or project updates, please register to join the SCATL distribution list by emailing

Community Notifications

Planning Documents

Project History

Stage 1 opened in April 2020, delivering a 1.3km Active Transport Link between Sutherland and Kirrawee.

The Review of Environmental Factors (REF) for Stage 1 was on display from between 15 October to 2 November 2018. Planning approval was received in December 2018. The Determination Report provides responses to issues raised in submissions made during the exhibition period, and outlines the conditions of approval.

For more information on the project, read the Newsletter (PDF, 1.39 MB) and Frequently Asked Questions (PDF, 494.56 KB).