Wide Bay/Burnett District

20 Projects in Wide Bay/Burnett District

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  1. Booral Road, Bunya Creek floodway and Main Street intersection upgrade, planning

    Planning is underway to improve flood immunity and safety on a section of Booral Road at Bunya Creek, including the Main Street intersection...

    Alternative text: The map shows the locality of the proposed Booral Road, Bunya Creek floodway and Main Street intersection upgrade. Nikenbah is located to the north and Hervey Bay to the north-east. Bunya Creek is located just north west of the proposed project location. A solid dark blue line indicates the project extent, which encompasses the Booral Road and Main Street intersection as well as the Bunya Creek floodway along Booral Road, which is located just west of the intersection. The local road network, including Woods Road and Vanderwolfe Road are also highlighted on the map.
  2. Brisbane to Sunshine Coast Rail Corridor Strategy

    The department is developing a strategy for future rail projects between Brisbane and Gympie North...

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  3. Bruce Highway (Cooroy to Curra) Section D

    The $1 billion Section D: Woondum to Curra (C2CD) project is a new 26km, 4-lane divided highway between the existing Bruce Highway interchange at Woondum, south of Gympie and Curra...

    Deep Creek bridges looking south west
  4. Bruce Highway (Gympie – Maryborough), Gootchie Road to Sheehans Road, widen pavement and improve safety

    The project will improve safety by providing dedicated right and left-turn lanes at the Deveron Road, Molteno Road and Sheehans Road intersections...

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  5. Bruce Highway (Maryborough – Gin Gin), Saltwater Creek and Deadmans Gully, flood immunity upgrades

    The Saltwater Creek Bridge upgrade will improve the safety and reliability of the Bruce Highway during the wet season and reduce the social and economic impacts associated with highway closures...

  6. Bruce Highway—Cooroy to Curra

    This project involves a 62km realignment and upgrade of the Bruce Highway to 4 lanes between Cooroy and Curra and is among Queensland's highest priority road projects...

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  7. Bundaberg Integrated Transport Strategy, planning

    The project will develop a strategic level transport plan for local and state roads in the Bundaberg Regional Council area...

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  8. Bundaberg Port Rail Link Study

    The study report determined that protection of the corridor within the local government planning scheme was not warranted at the time, and the project was closed...

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  9. Flood resilience works

    Improving the flood immunity and resilience of the state-controlled road network at 27 priority sites...

  10. Gympie – Brooloo Road, design active transport crossings

    Detailed design is underway for active transport bridge structures and pathway to provide connectivity of the Principal Cycle Network from Gympie's southside into the Gympie CBD and surrounds...

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  11. Isis Highway (Bundaberg – Childers), various locations, improve safety

    Isis Highway high risk roads targeted road safety program safety improvements...

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  12. Maryborough - Hervey Bay Road and Pialba - Burrum Heads Road, upgrade intersection

    The Department of Transport and Main Roads is undertaking detailed design for an upgrade of the Maryborough-Hervey Bay Road and Pialba-Burrum Heads Road intersection in Eli Waters...

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  13. Monto Mount Perry Road progressive sealing

    A combined funding amount of $16 million has been allocated under the Australian Government's Road Safety Program and the State Road Network Upgrades investment program to progressively seal sections...

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  14. Mundubbera – Durong Road, John Peterson Bridge (Boyne River), replace bridge

    The single-lane John Peterson Bridge will be replaced with a higher, safer, more flood-resistant 2-lane structure on an improved alignment...

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  15. Southern Queensland 2022 flood reconstruction works

    Repairs are underway across South East Queensland after extensive and severe flooding was caused by sustained heavy rainfall in late February 2022...

    Landslip on Gold Coast - Springbrook Road
  16. Torbanlea manufacturing facility

    We are expected to start construction of the Queensland Train Manufacturing Program manufacturing facility in 2023...

    Aerial image of Torbanlea site location, dense forestry with road traveling through.
  17. Torbanlea – Pialba Road, various locations, upgrade intersections and floodways

    Construction has started on flood immunity and road safety upgrades on Torbanlea – Pialba Road between Beelbi Creek and Takura...

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