Project

North Brisbane Bruce Highway Western Alternative

PROJECT STATUS
Prospective
North Brisbane Bruce Highway Western Alternative

The North Brisbane Bruce Highway Western Alternative project would provide a new transport corridor between Beerburrum and north Brisbane, totaling approximately 57 kilometres in length. The project would be delivered in multiple stages.

Stage One includes approximately 8.3 kilometres of highway between Moodlu and Moorina, would run south from the D'Aguilar Highway to Caboolture River Road.

Stage Two of the project includes approximately 13 kilometres of highway south of Caboolture West, between Moorina Narangba.

Key Dates

Jun 2021 Project Announcement

Funding contributions

Federal Government
Queensland Government

The Federal and Queensland Governments have jointly committed $20 million toward planning for Stage One of the project.

PROJECT HISTORY

Jun 2021 The Queensland Government announced the project and proposed three route options for Stage One, an eastern, central and western option.
Nov 2021 The Queensland Government announced the preferred route for Stage One of the project - the central option. The central option is approximately 8.3 kilometres in length and starts from the D’Aguilar Highway and travels south towards Caboolture River Road, following the existing power easement. The Department of Transport and Main Roads also announced that public consultation for Stage Two would commence in early 2022.
Sector
Road
Procurement approach
Unconfirmed |
Location
Queensland |
Resources
Media releases
2021/11/12