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Current works

This page lists all the public works Council is undertaking at the moment.

Completion timeframes are subject to weather conditions.

We will make every effort to minimise disruptions to traffic, parking and pedestrians during work times.

To help work run as smoothly as possible, we ask pedestrians and motorists to follow any signage and traffic control measures.

Shire-wide, bridges

What: Repairing or rebuilding bridges affected by bushfire and floods.

Some bridges will be repaired or replaced with timber while others are being rebuilt using concrete.

Why: To provide safe access to all communities.

When: January 2020 until works are complete

More info: Restoring bridges

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Shire-wide, maintenance

What: Repairing roads damaged by natural disasters.

Work involves removing debris, sediment and dangerous trees from Council-maintained roads and roadsides, and restoring suitable road surfaces.

Why: To provide safe access.

When: December 2019 until works are complete.

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Shire-wide, rural roads

What: Maintenance grading and gravel re-sheeting various unsealed roads in the shire.

Traffic control measures will be in place and commuters may experience short delays.

Why: To maintain the roads to a reasonable level.

When: From July 2020 to June 2021

More info: Grading schedule

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Belowra, Belowra Road

What: Rebuilding Sitters Ditch Bridge

The temporary side access track will remain open during works.

When: November 2020 to May 2021

Why: To restore permanent access and increase resilience.

More info: Restoring access - Belowra Valley bridges

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Bingie, Kelly Road

What: Upgrading the Tuross Head Sewage Treatment Plant.

The upgrade will improve the operational reliability of the plant and ensure the treated effluent is suitable for irrigation of the golf course in Tuross Head.

Residents can expect an increase in traffic along Bingie Road and Kelly Road, Bingie.

Why: To ensure the treatment capacity is sufficient for present and future peak loads.

When: January to July 2021, weather permitting

Contact: Water and Sewer Engineer, Brent Parker , 4474 7409

Broulee, Captain Oldrey Reserve

What: Constructing a new sewage pumping station and rising main.

The rising main will be installed through Captain Oldrey Reserve and to the new pump station site in on private property to the west.

Reserve users can expect increased vehicle movements. Interruption to local sporting activities is not expected.

Why: To allow for development and transport sewage to the Tomakin Sewage Treatment Plant.

When: March 2020 to July 2021, weather permitting

Contact: Brent Parker, Water and Sewer Engineer, 4474 1000

Catalina, Heron Road

What: Rebuilding a section of the road and installing a roundabout.

The road surface will be removed, suitable drainage installed, and a new bitumen surface provided. A  roundabout will be constructed at the intersection with Albatross Road.

The road will be operating under traffic control and minor delays should be expected.

Why: To improve and maintain the road network, and to increase road safety.

When: March to June 2021

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Lilli Pilli, George Bass Drive

What: Widening the road shoulder near Carramar Drive.

The area will be operating under traffic control.

Why: To improve road safety.

When: May 2021

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Lilli Pilli, George Bass Drive

What: Undertaking preliminary works associated with the road realignment project.

Work includes removing trees, installing pipework, relocating services and building access roads.

Traffic control will be in place and commuters should allow extra time to travel through the area or use an alternative route such as Tomakin Road.

Why: To assist with works related to the road realignment project

When: April to May 2021

More info: George Bass Drive road realignment

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Malua Bay, Sylvan Street

What: Building a shared pathway outside the Malua Bay Bowling Club.

Traffic control measures will be in place and commuters should expect minor delays.

Why: To extend the pathway and improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists.

When: May 2021, weather permitting.

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Mogo, Queen Street

What: Rebuilding a section of the road.

New stormwater drainage, kerb, gutter and road surface will be installed.

Why: To improve and maintain drainage infrastructure and the road network.

When: April to June 2021

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Moruya, Luck Street

What: Building a footpath.

The work involves building a 1.5-metre wide concrete path along the south-eastern side of the road, from Hawdon Street to Emmott Street (eastern end).

Why: To extend the pathway network and increase pedestrian safety.

When: May 2021

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Moruya, North Head Drive

What: Widening Garlandtown Bridge and improving the road surface.

Traffic control will be in place and commuters should allow extra time to travel through the area or use Broulee Road as an alternative route.

North Head Drive will be temporarily closed to through traffic between the granite quarry and the turnoff to the airport for a period of the work.

Why: To improve road safety and access to the airport.

When: February to June 2021

More info: Garlandtown Bridge widening

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Narooma, Davison Street

What: Renewing the water mains.

The road will be temporarily closed to through traffic between the Princes Highway and Riverside Drive while the work is underway.

Why: To ensure greater reliability of local water supply.

When: April to May 2021

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

Potato Point, Potato Point Road

What: Constructing a sewage pump station, sewer rising main and water main.

Commuters should expect heavy machinery to be active along the road.

Why: To provide reticulated sewage infrastructure for Potato Point significantly reducing the risk of harm to the environment and public health.

More info: Potato Point sewerage Scheme

When: October 2020 - August 2021

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391

South Durras, Durras Drive

What: Installing a new playground next to the skate park.

The work area will be fenced off but the skate park and pathway will remain open.

Why: To provide a replacement for the playground at the corner of Corilla Street and Village Road. Community feedback proposed that the new playground be installed near the skate park to create a better all-ages recreation space for the community.

When: May 2021

Contact: Recreation Services, 4474 1000

Surf Beach, Beach Road

What: Renewal of the public toilets at Surf Beach.

Temporary toilets will be available during construction and the nearby playground will remain open.

Why: To replace ageing infrastructure.

When: April to August 2021

Contact: Recreation Services , 4474 1000

Sunshine Bay, Caseys Beach

What: Upgrading the Sewage Pumping Station (SPS) in Sunshine Bay at the southern end of Caseys Beach.

Access to the car park will be limited and the public toilets will be closed.

Why: To ensure greater reliability of the local sewerage infrastructure.

When: July 2020 to May 2021

Contact: Water and Sewer Engineer, Brent Parker, 4474 7409

Tomakin, Sunpatch Parade

What: Inclusive upgrades to the playground at Jack Buckley Park.

The playground will be fenced off during construction but the toilets will remain open.

Why: To better cater for all ages and larger family groups.

When: May to June 2021

Contact: Recreation Services, 4474 1000

Tuross Head, Hector McWilliam Drive

What: Relocating the bus stop from the Princes Highway into the car park off Hector McWilliam Drive.

Work involves providing a strengthened pavement, a bus lane, a bus shelter and street lighting.

Why: To provide a safer bus stop.

When: May 2021

Contact: Moruya Depot, 4474 1391