Warrego Highway East master plan – Dinmore to Helidon Spa

We are undertaking a planning study to determine the future requirements for the Warrego Highway Transport Corridor.

The Warrego Highway East master plan builds on the Warrego Highway Upgrade Strategy released by the Queensland Government in 2012.

The current Warrego Highway is the general outline for the future transport corridor, but some sections will need to be re-aligned and/or widened. Master planning is underway to determine how improvements to the Warrego Highway will be delivered over the next 20 years (and beyond). Currently, we are working towards preserving the future transport corridor for the Warrego Highway between Dinmore and Helidon Spa.

Implementation of the outline is expected to take place in stages and is dependent on funding. 

We will be actively engaging with land owners, communities and other stakeholders that have an interest in the future of the Warrego Highway between Dinmore and Helidon Spa. There are several ways to participate, including through future community displays, staying up to date via this project website and subscribing to project updates.

We will continue to provide relevant information to the wider community and stakeholders and will be contacting potentially impacted land owners to discuss this planning.

Following consultation, the Warrego Highway East master plan is expected to be published in mid-2021.

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Benefits

  • Improves safety
  • Improves network efficiency
  • Improves flood immunity
  • Contributes to economy
  • Contributes to regional growth

Funding

The Queensland Government is fully funding the planning study as part of the Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program 2019-20 to 2022-23.

Total investment
$7.12 million
Queensland Government
$7.12 million