Soldiers Parade, Macdonald Road and Campbelltown Road intersection at Bardia

Campbelltown Road upgrade - stage 1

The NSW Government is investing $76 million to upgrade Campbelltown Road, between Zouch Road and Ingleburn Gardens Drive, Bardia to improve safety and increase road capacity for future use.

Latest news

NOV 2019

NOV 2019Work continuing

Work is continuing along Campbelltown Road, between Zouch Road and Ingleburn Gardens Drive.

So far we have relocated utilities, partially constructed the new westbound traffic lanes, installed a shared pedestrian and cycle path along Campbelltown Road between Ingleburn Barracks and South West Rail Link over pass and switched traffic at Macdonald Road and Soldiers Parade.

Our work over the next six months will include:

  • construction of the new eastbound traffic lanes
  • utility relocation
  • upgrading the intersection of Soldiers Parade.

Night work

We will be carrying out two night shifts on Soldiers Parade, Edmondson Park between Monday 25 November and Tuesday 3 December, weather permitting. Our work hours will be between 8pm and 5am from Sunday to Friday.

For further information, please read the November 2019 project notification (PDF, 274Kb).

Construction hours

Work is being carried out during standard construction hours between 7am and 6pm Mondays to Fridays and 8am and 1pm on Saturdays, weather permitting. We will notify you in advance of any work outside these standard hours.

Changed traffic conditions

Temporary traffic changes will be in place along Campbelltown Road to ensure the work zone is safe for road workers and motorists. Please follow the direction of traffic controllers and follow traffic signs. Motorists may experience minor delays due to these changed traffic conditions.

Project information

  • Contractor: Burton Contractors Pty Ltd.
  • Start date of construction: September 2018
  • Completion due: end of 2020
  • Project value: $76 million
  • Funding: NSW governments Housing Acceleration Fund and Landcom

The Campbelltown Road upgrade will:

  • widen Campbelltown Road from one lane each direction to two, with the potential to add a third lane if needed in the future
  • improve six intersections along Campbelltown Road by upgrading or installing traffic lights
  • build an off-road shared pedestrian/cyclist path
  • install designated turning lanes and bicycle and pedestrian crossings at traffic lights.
  • Improved safety for motorists by:
    • building new intersections with traffic lights to improve traffic flow and road safety
    • providing a central median to separate traffic
    • providing turning lanes at intersections.
  • Improved safety for cyclists and pedestrians by providing an off-road shared path
  • Improved travel times
  • Access to the Edmondson Park town centre from Campbelltown Road
  • Improved access and travel times for road freight in Sydney’s south-west.

We have awarded the construction contract to Burton contractors Pty Ltd. Work started in September 2018 and is expected to be completed at the end of 2020.

We will continue to provide updates to the community as the project progresses.

Project documents

Project notifications

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November 2019 project notification

Night work on Soldiers Parade, Edmondson Park from Monday 25 November.

October 2019 project notification

Temporary closure of Soldiers Parade at Campbelltown Road, Edmondson Park.

July 2019 project notification

Night work on Campbelltown Road, Bardia from Wednesday 24 July 2019.

June 2019 project notification

Extended work hours on Campbelltown Road, Bardia from Saturday 15 June 2019.

July 2018 project notification

Start of Work - Campbelltown Road Upgrade at Bardia from Monday 9 July 2018.


Project updates

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June 2019 project update

Campbelltown Road upgrade – Stage 1.



Contact us

For further information about this project contact:

Phone: 1800 982 142


Mail: Campbelltown Road Upgrade Project Team, Roads and Maritime Services, PO Box 973 Parramatta NSW 2124

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