Local roads program

2021/22 Local roads program

Improving local roads is one of the key priorities of the 2021/22 Council budget, and over the coming year Wyndham City will invest $12.9 million to resurface and reconstruct various local roads throughout the municipality.

  • Roads
Active Transport Network

Active Transport Network

Wyndham City wants to make it easier and safer for Wyndham residents to get from A to B by walking or cycling, and provide better access for wheelchairs, scooters and prams.

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Chirnside Park Master Plan

Wyndham City will upgrade Chirnside Park in Werribee following the adoption of a master plan that outlines a vision for the sporting and open space precinct over the next decade (2020-2030).

  • Sporting Reserves
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K Road Cliffs Masterplan Implementation

The K Road Cliffs is one of Werribee South’s most unique natural assets, and Wyndham City aims to reduce further erosion while improving the visitor experience as part of the K Road Masterplan implementation.

  • Parks
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Moondara Street Park upgrade

Wyndham City is upgrading Moondara Street Park in Tarneit.

These improvements are part of Council’s strategy to address ageing infrastructure within a number of reserves across the City.

  • Parks
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Oaktree Avenue Park upgrade

Wyndham City is investing $484,000 to upgrade Oaktree Avenue Park in Wyndham Vale.

The project includes an upgrade of the existing tennis court and a playground upgrade with new equipment and nature play.

  • Parks
President’s Park Master Plan

President’s Park Master Plan

Wyndham City will upgrade Presidents Park in Wyndham Vale following the adoption of a master plan that outlines a vision for the 75-hectare reserve over the next decade.

  • Parks
Road projects in Hoppers Crossing

Road projects in Hoppers Crossing

Council is investing more than $20.5 million on local road upgrades, maintenance and traffic management projects across Wyndham over the 2020/21 year.

  • Roads
Road projects in Little River

Road projects in Little River

Council is investing more than $20.5 million on local road upgrades, maintenance and traffic management projects across Wyndham over the 2020/21 year.

  • Roads
Road projects in Manor Lakes

Road projects in Manor Lakes

Council is investing more than $20.5 million on local road upgrades, maintenance and traffic management projects across Wyndham over the 2020/21 year.

  • Roads
Road projects in Point Cook

Road projects in Point Cook

Council is investing more than $20.5 million on local road upgrades, maintenance and traffic management projects across Wyndham over the 2020/21 year.

  • Roads
Road projects in Tarneit

Road projects in Tarneit

Council is investing more than $20.5 million on local road upgrades, maintenance and traffic management projects across Wyndham over the 2020/21 year.

  • Roads
Road projects in Truganina

Road projects in Truganina

Council is investing more than $20.5 million on local road upgrades, maintenance and traffic management projects across Wyndham over the 2020/21 year.

  • Roads
Road projects in Werribee

Road projects in Werribee

Council is investing more than $20.5 million on local road upgrades, maintenance and traffic management projects across Wyndham over the 2020/21 year.

  • Roads
Road projects in Werribee South

Road projects in Werribee South

Council is investing more than $20.5 million on local road upgrades, maintenance and traffic management projects across Wyndham over the 2020/21 year.

  • Roads
Road projects in Williams Landing

Road projects in Williams Landing

Council is investing more than $20.5 million on local road upgrades, maintenance and traffic management projects across Wyndham over the 2020/21 year.

  • Roads
Road projects in Wyndham Vale

Road projects in Wyndham Vale

Council is investing more than $20.5 million on local road upgrades, maintenance and traffic management projects across Wyndham over the 2020/21 year.

  • Roads
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Roadworks around Wyndham

Keeping you up to date with roadworks around Wyndham including Western Road Upgrades and Westgate Tunnel disruptions,

  • Roads
North side

Saltwater Youth Space

Wyndham City is creating a dedicated space for Point Cook’s young people to relax, socialise and express their creativity.

This $720,000 Wyndham City project is supported by a $200,000 grant through the Victorian Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund.

  • Other
Let’s Share is a pop-up shared zone

Shared Pop-Up Zone

Let’s Share is a pop-up shared zone that has re-purposed part of the Greaves St South Werribee Road to create a 3km for cycling, walking and scooting while socially distancing.

  • Roads
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Smart Parking - Werribee City Centre

As part of Wyndham City’s plan to bring more people into the Werribee City Centre and allow them to stay longer, the Council will be rolling out Smart Parking technology over the coming months.

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