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New $500,000 pump track to be built in Launceston’s city centre

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A concept image for the new Pump Track at Riverbend Park. Image / Supplied

Launceston’s Riverbend Park will soon feature the city’s first pump track for people on bikes, scooters and skateboards and using rollerblades.

The new $500,000 track will be located in the 900 square metre area of land between the city’s Charles Street Bridge and the¬†Boathouse Centre.


Launceston Mayor Matthew Garwood said the council will start advertising for design and construction tenders this weekend and hopes construction will get underway in early 2024 for a targeted completion date in July.

“The pump track’s central location is close to the CBD, has nearby access to toilets and car parks, and is already a major recreational hub for Launceston and the whole State,” he said.

The site of Launceston’s future pump track near Riverbend Park. Image / Composite

“The addition of a pump track to Riverbend Park will be an awesome asset for the city, and one that is going to provide a heap fun and physical activity for people of all ages, for years to come.”

“This location has been selected following extensive investigations by officers who have examined a number of potential locations across the municipality and is just the first of what may be a few investments of this kind around the city and suburbs.”

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