Pacific Highway in Australia

This project to upgrade a 19.5 km stretch of the Pacific Highway, between the towns of Warrell Creek and Nambucca Heads in New South Wales.

  • 19,5 km lenght
  • 351M € budget

This project to upgrade a 19.5 km stretch of the Pacific Highway, between the towns of Warrell Creek and Nambucca Heads in New South Wales, includes a bridge over the river Nambucca at Macksville, two bridges over Warrell Creek, and two new intersections, with an initial budget of 510 million Australian dollars (351 million euro).

The Pacific Highway is one of Australia’s busiest roads. It connects Sydney, Australia’s largest city, with Brisbane, its third-largest city. The expansion and upgrade work is part of the plan by the governments of Australia and New South Wales to turn the road into a four-lane highway.

Over 15,000 vehicles use the section of road between Warrell Creek and Nambucca each day.

General information

Project:
Upgrade a 19.5 km stretch of the Pacific Highway
Location:
New South Wales, Australia.
Company:
Ferrovial Agroman
Opening date:
2016
Budget:
351 million of euros