Sunday 29 October, Cycling Road Race in Currumbin
The Cycling Australia Masters Road National Championships will be held on Sunday 29 October. This event is also being used as a Test Event for the Commonwealth Games.
The start and finish of the race is at Currumbin Alley. The 18.7km closed-road circuit will wind through Elanora and the Currumbin Valley. Roads on the race route will start closing from 3am and reopen around 6pm.
There will also be changes to traffic, parking, and public transport throughout Currumbin, Currumbin Waters and Elanora.
If you live inside the race route – local vehicles will be able to EXIT ONLY between 1pm and 1:30pm on the day of the event along Galleon Way, Murtha Drive and Currumbin Creek Road.
There will be three intermittent vehicle crossing points on Doubleview Drive, Hop Street and Woodgee Street. Please follow directions from Police and Traffic Control and be patient.
If you have to travel in these areas during the event, you’ll need to plan ahead and leave plenty of time for your journey.
Consider leaving the car at home, cycling or walking, which may be better options to access local areas.
Full details regarding access, parking and traffic is available in the Public Event Notice flyer (pdf 6.6mb) The flyer includes:
- a detailed map of the race route
- changes to public transport
- changes to parking
- all road closures, changed traffic conditions and resident access.
Emergency services will have access to all areas at all times. Our Get Set for the Games team will be available to personally answer your questions at our pop-up information sessions.
- Thursday 12 October 2017, 10am to 2pm at The Pines Shopping Centre
- Saturday 14 October 2017, 6am to 11am at Palm Beach Farmers Market
Scheduled roadworks now COMPLETE
The minor roadworks planned for September and October in Currumbin, Currumbin Waters and Elanora are now complete. The roadworks were in preparation for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018).
These works included temporary changes to speed humps, traffic islands, medians and a temporary vehicle crossing.
The works were completed in time to host the Cycling Australia Masters Road National Championships on 29 October 2017, as well as the GC2018 Race Walk, Cycling Time Trial and Cycling Road Race to be held in April 2018. Thank you for your patience while the minor works were completed. A list of the completed roadworks is below.