Healthy by Design, Tasmania
These guidelines provide design considerations for walking and cycling routes, streets, local destinations, open spaces, public transport and strategies for fostering community spirit.
This resource also takes into account some of our natural advantages in Tasmania, including our hilly topography and broad open spaces.
The guidelines, developed jointly by the Premier's Physical Activity Council and the Heart Foundation, are seen as a powerful way to incorporate health into daily planning decisions that encourage physical activity and social interaction.
Tasmanian case studies
The following case studies show one or more Healthy by Design planning and design considerations:
- Gutteridge Gardens, Wynyard (PDF)
- Stewart St, Devonport (PDF)
- Coastal Pathway, Cradle Coast (PDF)
- Tracks and Trails Action Plan, Clarence (PDF)
- Fairway Park and surround, Ulverstone (PDF)
- Rosny Park transit mall, Clarence (PDF)
Tell us via email about a Healthy by Design initiative you have seen or have been working on in Tasmania and we will feature it here.
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