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BORR - Expression of Interest

A key focus of the Bunbury Outer Ring Road is to provide employment and business opportunities for local workers and businesses in Bunbury and the wider South West.

We encourage businesses interested in working on the project to register their interest. Click here to complete the Expression of Interest form.

The $852 million project includes constructing the remaining stages of a 27-kilometre high-standard link connecting Forrest Highway near Treendale to Bussell Highway and creating a new road network.

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The $852 million project includes constructing the remaining stages of a 27-kilometre high-standard link connecting Forrest Highway near Treendale to Bussell Highway and creating a new road network for the long term - building for a growing economy and the future development of the Greater Bunbury region.
The proposed scope of the project includes:
a new four-lane rural freeway-standard road;
grade separated interchanges at Forrest Highway, Raymond Road, South Western Highway, Wireless Road, Willinge Drive, Centenary Road/Lillydale Road and Bussell Highway;
bridge river crossings at Collie River, Ferguson River, and Preston River;
two rail crossings;
local government road connections; and
a path for cyclists and pedestrians along the entire length of the road.The $852 million project includes constructing the remaining stages of a 27-kilometre high-standard link connecting Forrest Highway near Treendale to Bussell Highway and creating a new road network for the long term - building for a growing economy and the future development of the Greater Bunbury region.
The proposed scope of the project includes:
a new four-lane rural freeway-standard road;
grade separated interchanges at Forrest Highway, Raymond Road, South Western Highway, Wireless Road, Willinge Drive, Centenary Road/Lillydale Road and Bussell Highway;
bridge river crossings at Collie River, Ferguson River, and Preston River;
two rail crossings;
local government road connections; and
a path for cyclists and pedestrians along the entire length of the road.