Two of Western Australia's biggest infrastructure projects—the Thornlie–Cockburn Link and Yanchep Rail Extension projects—have been granted priority status by Infrastructure Australia, paving the way for construction.
The historic signing of the $200 million City Deal will turbo-charge the local economy and cement Darwin’s position as a liveable tropical capital city for generations to come.
The design and delivery of the Western Sydney Aerotropolis is taking shape with the establishment of the Western City and Aerotropolis Authority (WCAA).
Australia’s Space Agency will be located in Adelaide, reinforcing South Australia’s long-standing contribution to the nation’s space journey.
oday we lock in $112 million for the 6.4 kilometer extension of the Gold Coast Light Rail from Broadbeach to Burleigh Heads, cutting travel time down to around 16 minutes.
The $885 million Northern Connector project on the North-South Corridor continues to deliver strong economic benefits to the South Australian economy, with concrete paving underway for South Australia’s first major concrete road.
The first concept design of the Western Sydney Airport visitor centre has today been revealed following the awarding of the construction contract.
More jobs, investment and tourists are headed to Geelong and Victoria's Great Ocean Road with the Liberal and Nationals Government announcing a contribution of $154 million to the Geelong City Deal.
The Coalition Government today welcomed the release of Infrastructure Australia's report on outer urban public transport, which provides recommendations to improve public transport connections in Australia's major cities.
Major construction on the second stage of the Monash Freeway Upgrade is another step closer with tenders now requested from three shortlisted contractors.
Motorists on Perth's two primary arterials will soon be getting home faster and safer with work starting on major upgrades of the Mitchell and Kwinana freeways.
Tunnelling of Australia's longest and deepest road tunnels, which will allow drivers to travel between Newcastle and Melbourne without stopping at a single set of traffic lights, is now complete.
Construction and installation of Perth's first Smart Freeway is now just months away following the award of a major contract.
More South Australian motorists will have an easier commute from tomorrow with the opening of the $801 million North-South Corridor—Torrens Road to River Torrens (T2T) project.
Construction on Western Sydney Airport will begin today—boosting jobs, creating much-needed infrastructure and strengthening the economy.