Council has released its draft Mountain Bike Concept Plan for Mount Coot-tha and is inviting residents to provide their feedback. 

The draft plan caters for a mix of walking and properly maintained mountain bike tracks to ensure residents can use the mountain while at the same time ensuring the preservation and conservation of the environment and cultural heritage. 

It shows dedicated areas for mountain bike tracks and walking and shared use tracks. It also shows the proposed removal of a mountain bike track from the area dedicated for walkers. 

There is potential to provide a diversity of mountain bike tracks to cater for a range of riding skill levels, including beginners. 

Click here for more information and to view the plan in detail. Council is keen to hear your thoughts on this plan. From today until 5pm Sunday 30th October, you can take the survey by going to the Council website and searching ‘Mt Coot-tha Reserve Mountain Bike Concept Plan’. Or you can provide written submissions to

Cr. Greg Adermann
Councillor – Pullenvale Ward
Brisbane City Council