Here at Wyndham City, we work hard to deliver the services and infrastructure that our growing community needs.

It’s no secret that our population is growing at a rapid rate. The total number of people choosing to call Wyndham home is now higher than that of Greater Geelong.

The 2024/25 Budget and Annual Plan includes more than $159.1 million in capital works projects, including:

  • 159.1million Capital Works Program
  • $52.2 million on important road works across Wyndham
  • $11.6 million on various road surface renewals and reconstructions across Wyndham.
  • $12.2 million for Stage 1 construction works at the Tarneit North Community Precinct in Polly Parade, Tarneit
  • $10.4 million towards the implementation of the Manor Lakes North Master Plan, located at Holyoake Parade, Manor Lakes

For more information on capital works projects in Wyndham, search the Featured Projects section below.

Or if you’d prefer to find out about projects close to where you live, or anywhere else across Wyndham, use the Capital Works Dashboard – our new interactive online map.

Capital Works Dashboard

Featured Projects

Road Reconstructions

Road Reconstructions

Improving local roads is one of the key priorities of the 2024/25 Council budget, and over the coming year Wyndham City will invest $8.5 million to rebuild local roads throughout the municipality.

  • Roads

The Strand Off-leash Dog Park

Point Cook residents are in for a treat as a brand new off-leash dog park is set to become a favourite destination for both pups and their owners.

  • Parks
Wyndham Park Car Park

Wyndham Park Car Park Reconstruction

Exciting news! Wyndham City is upgrading the car park at Wyndham Park, enhancing access, and creating 80 parking spaces with improved amenities.

  • Other

Latest News

Lollypop Creek Community Centre opens!

Wyndham City is happy to announce that Lollypop Creek Community Centre will be operational at 104 Shipwright Parade in Werribee from Monday 15 July.
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