WestConnex Stage 2 - Beverley Hills to St Peters

Stage two of WestConnex includes:

  • Twin 9km tunnels
    To run underground from Kingsgrove to St Peters, passing beneath Arncliffe under the Princes Highway before emerging at Campbell Street.
  • A traffic interchange
    To be located at St Peters, next to Sydney Park, feeding traffic into Edgeware and Enmore Roads and King Street.
  • Road widening
    Widening of Campbell Street and Euston Road.

What is Council doing?

  • Working to reduce the traffic impacts on King Street, Princes Highway and Sydney Park Road, with a commitment from the State Government to collaborate with us.
  • Making sure there is improved traffic modelling and impacts on local streets are fully considered.
  • Obtaining a commitment from the State Government to fully fund the upgrade of Camdenville Park in line with Council’s adopted Master Plan once this stage is completed.
  • Working to get an improved design for the St Peters interchange, with more of it built underground.

Key Documents

Every effort is made to keep this list up to date. However, you may like to check the Westconnex webpage

Work Notifications

RMS notice to Council to occupy and use land at St Peters for works related to WestConnex Stage 2 (New M5)

In a letter dated 17 November 2016, Roads & Maritime Services (RMS) has advised Council that it proposes to use and occupy the following parcels of land to carry out WestConnex-related works:

  • part of Camdenville Park (western end of park at 103 May Street, St Peters); and
  • part of May Street Reserve (at 136 May Street, St Peters).

These works, undertaken accordance with the Roads Act 1996, will include surveys, fending, tree removal, investigation works, utilities diversions and other project works.

Read the 17 November RMS Letter (PDF 5.7MB)

You can find up to date notifications of works associated with Stage 2 at the WestConnex Resources New M5 Webpage

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