More towns and communities in New South Wales will soon be reaping the benefits of Inland Rail, as the project continues to breathe new life into regional economies.
The Liberal and Nationals Government has committed a further $183.65 million to help maintain Australia’s sovereign international aviation capability in readiness of international borders reopening.
The Australian Government is funding business cases for two water infrastructure projects that could deliver farmers and agricultural producers in South Australia the quality, reliable water they need to grow their business and prosper.
More than 70 roadside rest areas across the country will be upgraded to help combat driver fatigue and keep people safe on our roads, thanks to $7.2 million in funding from the Liberal and Nationals Government.
Work on two projects to improve the Bass Highway between Wynyard and Marrawah are now underway.
Drivers, cyclists and pedestrians in Geelong are a step closer to safer and more reliable journeys with contracts awarded to deliver the much-needed Barwon Heads Road Upgrade.
Work will soon be underway to bring VLocity trains to Victoria’s south west for the first time, as construction progresses on the overhaul of the Warrnambool Line.
The design of a $19 million safety improvement project for the D'Aguilar Highway between Sandy Creek and Kilcoy is now complete.
The Liberal and Nationals Government is providing more than $27 million to fund upgrades along the Northern Territory’s National Network Highway, with works set to start before the end of the year.
The Beaudesert Showgrounds upgrade project is now complete, with the opening of the recently refurbished grandstand, installation of new lighting, LED signboard and expanded amenities for campers this week.
The Australian Government has unlocked $2.4 million to upgrade a strategically important road in the Warrumbungle Shire, with construction due to get underway by the end of the year.
Works are underway in North West Queensland to improve the safety of Aramac – Torrens Creek Road at Prairie Creek Crossing.
Work is about to begin on a $5.5 million upgrade to a one-kilometre section of the Brisbane Valley Highway at Esk, known locally as Ipswich Street.
Work is being completed on 25 bridges in Tenterfield to allow for higher mass limit (HML) vehicles in a boost to freight productivity across the region.
Following extensive community and stakeholder consultation, the designs for the Main South Road and Victor Harbor Road duplication projects have been finalised, aiming to reduce travel times, improve road safety and increase connectivity across…