Oxley Highway to Kundabung project

Roads and Maritime Services is upgrading about 23 kilometres of highway to four lane divided road between the Oxley Highway and Barrys Creek at Kundabung. The $820 million project is jointly funded by the Australian and NSW governments and involves building 23 bridges with major river crossings over the Hastings and Wilson rivers and interchanges at Sancrox Road, Blackmans Point Road and Haydons Wharf Road. The project is about 82 per cent complete and expected to open to traffic in 2017, weather permitting.

Aerial view of the new Blackmans Point Road interchange, February 2017
Aerial view of the new Blackmans Point Road interchange, February 2017

Project background

Upgrading the Oxley Highway to Kundabung section involves building 23 kilometres of four lane divided road, including bridges over Hastings and Wilson rivers.

The upgrade is jointly funded by the Australian and NSW governments.

Key construction activities

August - October 2017

  • Continue paving on the southbound carriageway between Oxley Highway and Fernbank Creek
  • Continue paving southbound carriageway over Barry’s Creek bridge
  • Continue paving southbound carriageway in the vicinity of Cooperabung Road
  • Continue installing fencing and landscaping across the project
  • Continue installing guard rail and wire rope
  • Local road works
  • Continue property works

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