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Projects and works

Find out about projects and works that are happening near you and right across Port Stephens. View the latest updates.

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Latest Updates

21 January 2022

  • Clarence Town Road upgrades: Glen Oak - Works are back underway to complete pavement construction with the first spray seal scheduled for next week.
  • Gan Gan Road High Pedestrian Activity Area & Campbell Ave Intersection: The line marking for the raised intersection is now complete and we are just awaiting the contractor’s availability to complete longitudinal line marking. Minor defects and completion of landscaping is currently being completed. Disability access parking and bus stop upgrade will be completed in February.
  • Foreshore Drive Bridge Construction, Salamander Bay: This week strip footings for the guard railing has commenced and the contractor worked through completion of the minor defects list.
  • James Road, Medowie: Drainage works are nearing completion with pipelines and headwalls installed. Table drain widening and shaping is progressing well. Excavation of the existing pavement also commenced this week.
  • South Street, Medowie – Shared Pathway: The final small section of shared path has been formed up and poured this week including the new bus stop slab.
  • Tomaree Sports Complex: The building has reached practical completion and is now in use. The touch football community have started installing refrigeration units in preparation for the upcoming Peter Wilson touch football event on 5 February.
  • Stuart Park amenities: Building progressing with substantial work being competed by masonry trades. Electrical and Plumbing rough-ins are being completed.
  • Kula Road, Medowie – Road Rehabilitation: Drainage work is continuing with the installation of box culverts. Excavation of the existing pavement is scheduled to commence early next week.
  • Little Beach Boat Ramp: The newly constructed Little Beach Boat Ramp has had a solid workout over the Christmas period with thousands of users taking advantage of the new facility. Monitoring of user function and sand movement is ongoing. One area that is being looked at is the interaction between through traffic, pedestrians and ramp users in the area of the ramp approach.