Foxground and Berry bypass

The Foxground and Berry bypass project is under construction. It will provide a four-lane highway (two lanes in each direction) with median separation for 12.5 kilometres of the Princes Highway between Toolijooa Road and just south of Andersons Lane.

The upgrade includes a bypass of the existing winding highway at Foxground and a bypass of Berry with access ramps at the north and south of the town.

The Foxground and Berry bypasses are open to traffic with the new highway lanes south of Berry being built. Overall project completion is expected at the end of 2017, weather permitting.

Community celebration walk on the Berry bypass
Community celebration walk on the Berry bypass


Temporary traffic changes to build the new roundabout at Woodhill Mountain Road intersection, Berry.

Work is progressing on the new roundabout at the Woodhill Mountain Road intersection with Queen and North streets, Berry.

We have temporarily closed North Street between Woodhill Mountain Road and Berry Sporting Complex, to allow us to safely build the new roundabout.

A local road detour and traffic control is in place with minimal impacts to your travel time. Road signs are in place to guide motorists.

For more information showing the temporary closure and detour please view or download the map.

We appreciate your patience while we carry out this work.

Berry bypass is open to traffic

The Berry bypass was officially opened to traffic on 18 July 2017. This includes the new highway lanes between Austral Park Road interchange and south of Kangaroo Valley Road including the Berry bypass.

Temporary traffic conditions are in place at the Berry southern interchange including a detour for motorists via George and Victoria streets, to access the southbound highway on-load ramp. Please view or download the June 2017 project update.

Reduced road work speed limits and lane closures are in place on the new highway while finalisation work is being carried out. We thank you for your ongoing patience and cooperation during these traffic changes and detours.

Community celebration walk

On Sunday 18 June 2017, the community was given the opportunity to walk on the Berry bypass before it opened to traffic. The event was well attended by local residents and we would like to thank everyone who came down and celebrated with us on the day.

Project working hours

The project's approved working hours are Monday to Friday from 7am until 6pm and Saturdays from 8am until 1pm.

Within the road boundaries between Toolijooa Road and Tindalls Lane, low noise work is also allowed from 6am until 7pm Monday to Friday and 8am until 5pm Saturdays.

See the project's Environmental Protection Licence.

Community display centre

The community display centre, located at 59 Woodhill Mountain Road, Berry will close from Friday 25 August 2017.

The community relations manager will be available for meetings on request and will remain contactable on the project information line 1800 506 976 (toll free, press 2) and at

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