These educational bike tracks are a scaled down version of a roadway, that can be used by children to improve their riding skills in a controlled environment and gain basic knowledge of the road environment. They have a roundabout, cross roads, intersection and roadways, as well as traffic lights and pedestrian crossings. It's easy for parents to supervise. There are 5 in the Hobart region.
- Howrah - Wentworth Play Park
Located just off the Clarence Foreshore Trail in Howrah or via Correa St & Salacia Ave (off Clarence St) by car. A playground is adjacent.
- Margate - Dru Point
Located in Bicentennial Park on the Esplanade at Dru Point. There is a cafe and children's playground nearby.
- New Norfolk - Tynwald Park
Located just off the Lyell Hwy on the southern side of New Norfolk this park has the longest length of track for children to ride.
- Glenorchy - Tolosa Park
Located in Tolosa Park at the top end of Tolosa Street. The park is suitable for older children as it has a skate park component at one end with ramps and jumps.
- Brighton - Seymour St Park
Located in Seymour St, Brighton