All Infrastructure Projects in NSW Part Two – July 2022 to December 2022

  • magda

by Daniel Green


Recently, we published a list of All NSW infrastructure projects for the first half of 2022. We’re not called Perfect Hire because we do half a job, so here’s the second half. Get on it!

1. Wentworth Point High School

  • Wentworth Point, Sydney
  • Start Date: Q3, 2022
  • Budget: $250m

A site has been identified at Wentworth Point for a new secondary school to cater for the growing population in the area. It will service Sydney Olympic Park, Concord West and Wentworth Point communities. The project will deliver modern facilities to support flexible learning.

www.schoolinfrastructure.nsw.gov.au/projects/s/sydney-olympic-park-new-high-school.html

2. Coffs Harbour Bypass

  • Coffs Harbour, NSW
  • Start Date: Q3, 2022
  • Budget: $1.15b

The federal and state governments are funding the 14km Coffs Harbour bypass project, which seeks to improve connectivity, road transport efficiency and safety for local and interstate motorists.

www.pacifichighway.nsw.gov.au/coffsharbourrbypass

3. Macquarie Park Bus Interchange

  • Macquarie Park, Sydney
  • Start Date: Q3, 2022
  • Budget: $100m

The pressure on the area’s existing transport infrastructure is due to Macquarie Park’s rapid growth. The current bus interchange between Waterloo and Talavera Roads cannot meet the demand.

roads-waterways.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects/evolution-of-macquarie-park/macquarie-park-bus-interchange-upgrade.html

4. Mulgoa Road Upgrade

  • Mulgoa-Penrith, Sydney
  • Start Date: Q3, 2022
  • Budget: $250m

Expected growth in these two key areas is driving this project, with the widening and upgrading of Mulgoa Road to occur between Glenmore Parkway and Jeanette Streets. Additionally, improvements will be made between Blaikie and Union Roads.

roads-waterways.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects/mulgoa-rd-castlereagh-rd/mulgoa-rd-glenmore-parkway-jeanette-st-blakie-union-road.html

5. Newell Highway Heavy Duty Paved Upgrade [HDPU]

  • Narrabri – Moree, NSW
  • Start Date: Q3, 2022
  • Budget: $257m

Heavy freight transport along the Newell has approved the HDPU with the following major upgrades:

  1. Five new overtaking lanes
  2. Widening of road shoulders
  3. Intersectional improvements
  4. 27km of repaved roads

The upgrades will occur between Narrabri and Moree.

roads-waterways.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects/narrabri-moree-heavy-duty-pavement/index.html

6. Spring Farm Parkway – Stage 1

  • Spring Farm, Sydney
  • Start Date: Q3, 2022
  • Budget: $206m

Spring Farm Parkway is an east-west link roadway for the Greater Macarthur Growth Area. The TfNSW project will help shape transport in the burgeoning region for years to come.

roads-waterways.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects/spring-farm-parkway/index.html

7. The Horsley Drive Upgrade

  • Horsley Park, Sydney
  • Start Date: Q3, 2022
  • Budget: $250m

A four lane divided road is the outcome for this development for this largely industrial and transport hub. The Horsely Drive will receive the widening between the M7 and Cowpasture Road with an option for six lanes in the near future.

roads-waterways.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects/the-horsley-drive-upgrade/index.html

8. Nancy Bird-Walton Airport – Station Boxes and Tunnelling

  • Bankstown Line, Sydney
  • Start Date: Q3, 2022
  • Budget: $500m

New metro rail will become the transport spine for Greater Western Sydney, connecting communities and travellers with the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport and the growing region. Sydney Metro has been working with stakeholders and industry to create a project that will deliver a fast, safe and reliable metro and support the success of the future Western Parkland City.

www.sydneymetro.info/westernsydneyairportline

9. Eurobadalla Health Service

  • Eurobadalla, NSW
  • Start Date: Q4, 2022
  • Budget: $200m

Using the latest healthcare solutions and models of care, Eurobadalla Shire will receive a new health service centre that will deliver patient-centred health services closer to home.

www.hinfra.health.nsw.gov.au/eurobodalla-health-service

10. Appin Road Improvements

  • Macarthur, Sydney
  • Start Date: Q4, 2022
  • Budget: $100m

Appin Road is a major transport link between Wollongong and Sydney’s South West. Two improvements will be made:

  • Road upgrades between Rosemeadow and Mt. Gilead.
  • Safety improvements between Mt. Gilead and Appin.

roads-waterways.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects/appin-road-improvements/index.html

11. New Dubbo Bridge

  • Dubbo, NSW
  • Start Date: Q4, 2022
  • Budget: $220m

Opening access to Dubbo during floods is driving a new bridge across the Macquarie River. Reliable access and easing congestion are also major outcomes.

roads-waterways.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects/dubbo-bridge/index.html

12. Western Harbour Tunnel

  • Sydney, NSW
  • Start Date: Q4, 2022
  • Budget: $14b

With freeway entrances at Rozelle and North Sydney, this project will ease the strain on the current north-south traffic infrastructure with seamless connection to future Sydney Metro and Sydney Trains stations.

carportal.com.au/rms/wht

13. Nancy Bird-Walton Airport – Surface Civils and Alignment Works

  • Bankstown Line, Sydney
  • Start Date: Q3, 2022
  • Budget: $500m

New metro rail will become the transport spine for Greater Western Sydney, connecting communities and travellers with the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport and the growing region. Sydney Metro has been working with stakeholders and industry to create a project that will deliver a fast, safe and reliable metro and support the success of the future Western Parkland City.

www.sydneymetro.info/westernsydneyairportline