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Mount Lindesay Highway - Beaudesert Town Centre Bypass


The bypass of the Beaudesert town centre off the Mount Lindesay Highway was open to traffic on 20 September 2017.




The bypass has reduced the flow of heavy vehicle traffic in the Beaudesert town centre by providing a more efficient alternative route.

South Coast Region

Project info

In April 2015, the Queensland Government announced funding for design and construction of the Beaudesert Town Centre Bypass to divert heavy vehicles around the town centre.

The Queensland Government partnered with Scenic Rim Regional Council to deliver the $27.5 million Beaudesert Town Centre Bypass.

The town centre bypass starts at the existing Mount Lindesay Highway, near the saw mill (Helen Street), and runs to the west of the town centre with an intersection at Bromelton Street (Beaudesert–Boonah Road) and includes:

  • a 2-lane, 1.5km urban road
  • 60km/h at the intersections, with an 80km/h speed limit along the bypass
  • at grade signalised intersections at Helen Street and Bromelton Street
  • Q50 flood immunity, a 50m bridge across Spring Creek and major drainage culverts particularly at Fisher’s Gully. 

Mount Lindesay Highway - Beaudesert Town Centre Bypass: map 


  • Reduce the flow of heavy vehicles travelling through the Beaudesert town centre.
  • Provide a dedicated route to service the increasing freight demands in the Beaudesert and Bromelton areas including the Bromelton State Development Area.
  • Allow local traffic to continue using the existing alignment through the town centre.
  • Improve safety for pedestrians and all road users in the town centre.
  • Allow Scenic Rim Regional Council to progress revitalisation of the town centre. 

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Contact details

For more information about this project contact the project team.

Phone: 07 5563 6600
Fax: 07 5563 6611

Read more about the Mount Lindesay Highway Upgrade Program

Last updated
03 January 2020