Bunbury Outer Ring Road

A 27-kilometre free-flowing highway, linking Forrest Highway to Bussell Highway. The project will be delivered in three sections, providing an alternative route around Bunbury.
Artist design for Bunbury Outer Ring Road project

Bunbury Outer Ring Road (BORR) will provide an alternative route around Bunbury and separate local and regional traffic. BORR will be built in three sections:

Northern Section - Forrest Highway to Boyanup Picton Road

  • Interchanges will be constructed at Forrest Highway, Raymond Road, South Western Highway, Waterloo and Willinge Drive.
  • There will be a full connection at South Western Highway, providing better access for Bunbury CBD and Ferguson Valley.

Central Section - Boyanup Picton Road to South Western Highway

  • Completed in May 2013, the four-kilometre Central Section included the extension of Port Access Road (Willinge Drive).
  • Willinge Drive, one of the larger interchanges, will provide access to Bunbury Port. We’re also planning to extend Willinge Drive to South Western Highway, providing new access for the timber industry.
Southern Section - South Western Highway to Bussell Highway
  • The Southern Section will include interchanges at Bussell Highway and Centenary Road, and a connection to Jules Road.

Check out our latest video for a visualisation of the project and the benefits and opportunities for the region.

27 km

key transport corridor


of the region


local roads

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