We’ve been busy at Wyndham City, working hard to deliver the services and infrastructure that our 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.

We’re planning for and building the types of infrastructure needed by our community. In this year’s 2018/19 Budget, we’ve allocated up to $146 million to fund the upgrade of existing or construction of new:

  • Roads
  • Community Centres
  • Sporting reserves and facilities
  • Parks
  • Building

If you’re after 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

Williams Landing Library and Community Centre

Williams Landing Library and Community Centre

We’re building a brand new library and community centre in Williams Landing!

While we’re still in the early stages of planning for this exciting new community facility, we want residents to help shape what we’ll see here.

  • Buildings
Hacketts Road

Hacketts Road

A $4 million Wyndham City project, works will include the widening of sealing of the road between Aviation Road and Tamworth Grove.

  • Roads
roads

Forsyth Road Duplication

The reconstruction of Forsyth Road, Hoppers Crossing will include the duplication of Forsyth Road between Old Geelong Road and Sayers Road.

  • Roads

Latest News

Safety Works For Boundary Road

Wyndham City is improving signage and line marking at the intersection of Boundary and Davis Road to increase safety in the area.

Contracts Signed for Iconic Werribee Hotel

The operators of a string of high-quality food and beverage venues in Melbourne will soon be coming to Werribee, revamping an existing Watton Street hotel with a new bar and restaurant.
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