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Oxenford Exit 57 interchange upgrade: Pacific Motorway


The Queensland Government has committed $25 million to upgrade the Oxenford Interchange (Exit 57) with the planning phase soon to be completed.




The interchange upgrade will:

  • improve safety for the motorway off-ramp traffic movements by reducing queuing from the motorway to the interchange
  • alleviate congestion at the interchange and adjacent intersections
  • establishment of reliable access conditions for freight movements to and from the commercial precincts.
South Coast Region

Project info

The Oxenford Interchange (Exit 57) is located at the junction of the Pacific Motorway (M1), Hope Island Road and Tamborine Oxenford Road.

Since the interchange opened 20 years ago, Oxenford and the surrounding suburbs have experienced exponential growth with both commercial and retail precincts in the immediate vicinity.

The current configuration of the interchange experiences heavy congestion and queuing on the M1 shoulder to avoid through traffic. The Queensland Government has committed $25 million to upgrade the Oxenford Interchange and currently planning is progressing to design elements of the project.

Project timeline

Activity / Milestone Timing
Options Analysis May 2018
Approval of Business case June 2018
Commence preliminary and detailed design phase July 2018
Commence construction works Late 2019 - Early 2020
Complete construction  Late 2020 

Contact details

Phone: 1800 183 761

Community info

Concept design: February 2019

Further information will be released to the wider community when detailed design for the upgrade is complete.

Latest news

Design underway for Exit 57 – 13 July 2018

Last updated
20 March 2019