Get NSW Active


Project overview

The Get NSW Active program invests in projects that support safe, easy and enjoyable walking and cycling trips.

The projects funded by the program include walking and cycling infrastructure as well as the development of strategies that support walking and cycling in local communities.

The NSW Government is committed to encouraging people to walk or cycle as part of their everyday travel.

Walking and cycling for commuting and short trips relieve pressure on our roads and public transport networks, and are part of a healthy lifestyle for our communities.

2022/23 Get NSW Active

The 2022/23 Program is now closed. Submissions are being assessed by the Evaluation Panel and applicants will be notified in due course.  Projects that have been approved so far under the 2022/23 Program are available in the pdf in the Program Years section at the top right of the page.

Click here for Ch9 news video of Minister Rob Stoke and Sandeep Mathur Director – Active Transport Portfolio, Data & Analytics, explaining the Get NSW Active Grants Program and the benefits for NSW communities.

For future reference, please refer to the Program guidelines (PDF, 1.71 MB), which contain information such as project eligibility and funding options. 

You can view projects funded under the FY 2022/23 Program using the interactive map below.  Additionally, you can also view a larger version of this map.

More Information

For more information and feedback relating to the Get NSW Active, please contact

The Get NSW Active’s strategic objectives are aimed at: 

  • improving bike riding to and within centres, neighbourhoods and to key destinations
  • improving walkability in centres, neighbourhoods and at key destinations, and
  • enable vibrant centres and liveable neighbourhoods through the creation of street environments that prioritise walking and cycling. 

Transport for NSW under this grants program, encourages Councils to plan ahead, develop a program of works and consider different funding options for proposed projects.

This approach enables Transport for NSW to progressively plan and expand networks and support Councils to develop a sustainable forward program of walking and cycling projects that provides tangible benefits for our communities and customers.

*Get NSW Active was formerly named the Walking and Cycling Program