A key part of The Great Bike Hike project is
supporting the establishment of community-based partnerships and
helping with the delivery of community projects and
Organisers will be seeking out projects to become involved in
The Great Bike Hike. These can either be established community
based initiatives that wish to tap into the support or recognition
we can offer, or new programs and partnerships that can be
initiated as part of The Great Bike Hike project.
Community leaders will invite you to nominate your
project for The Great Bike Hike.
Criteria for participation:
Community initiatives should:
- aim to address existing or emerging challenges in a
- be sustainable
- align with principles of Count Me In
- be evidence based
- have an agreed framework for evaluation.
Initiatives should as far as possible address the needs of
specific groups and/or individuals. They could include (but are not
- people with disabilities
- people with mental health issues
- culturally diverse groups
- Aboriginal communities
- people in rural and remote communities.
The Great Bike Hike will only be travelling through nominated
rural and remote towns, but this does not exclude other adjacent
communities from participating. Below is a list of the towns where
The Great Bike Hike will be stopping, and nearby communities that
can also nominate to participate in the project.
- New Norcia (including Chittering, Gin Gin, Victoria Plains and
- Moora (including Dandaragan)
- Coorow (including Carnamah, Dalwallinu)
- Three Springs (including Perenjori, Morawa)
- Dongara (including Mingenew)
- Geraldton (including Greenough, Mullewa)
- Northampton (including Chapman Valley)
- Carnarvon (including Shark Bay, Murchison)
- Karratha (including Roebourne, Wickham, Tom Price)
- Port Hedland
- Broome (including Derby)
- Wider WA