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 2020/21 Budget and Annual Plan includes more than $106 million in capital works projects, including:

  • $24.5 million on local roads
  • $20 million on recreational, leisure and community facilities
  • $15.3 million on buildings
  • $9.1 million on parks and open spaces
  • $2.4 million on footpaths and bicycle paths

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

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.

  • Other
Moondara

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

Latest News

Major contract awarded

Wyndham City Council last night awarded a $14.9 million contract to begin work on new sporting fields in Point Cook.
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