Main Content

You are here

  1. Home / 
  2. GRCCC / 
  3. GRCCC Initiatives / 
  4. Great Kai'Mia Way
  • email
  • print page

Great Kai'Mia Way

The Great Kai'Mia Way is over 200 km of walking tracks and cycleways linking Botany Bay, the Cooks and Georges Rivers, and the Woronora Valley to the Illawara Escarpment. The Walkway aims to drive public education about diverse bushland and fauna, cultural and traditional uses of the river, and the role of natural resource managers in addressing environmental challenges. The Walkway encourages walkers, cyclists and water-based recreationists to explore new and interesting river vantages and recreational opportunities.

In 2003 a Feasibility Study was conducted in a joint initiative between Georges River Environmental Alliance (GREA)and the Sutherland Shire Environment Centre (SSEC), with funding by Planning NSW. You can read more about the trail and study at the Kai'Mia Way website.

The nine Councils of the GRCCC hold approximately 150 kms of the walkway primarily through urban and peri-urban lands, and the GRCCC has begun to revive discussion about sustainable management of single-use and mixed-use trails through its partnerships.

View the GKMW Feasibility Study:
View the GKMW Maps: