EastLink WA

Perth to Northam

In planningFuture

Deliver a safer and more efficient journey between Perth and the Wheatbelt.

Toodyay Road aerial

What's happening

Connectivity at Roe Highway / Morrison Road

We have completed a review of the intersection at Roe Highway and Morrison Road. Earlier planning work included Roe Highway passing over Morrison Road as a flyover, with no connection for road users between the two roads.

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on this concept in 2022, where the community told us they would like to see connectivity considered at Roe Highway and Morrison Road.

Due to this feedback and due to wider connectivity demands in the Midland area, we have reviewed this interchange and will now provide partial connectivity through north facing ramps.

Learn more about this interchange and planning for connectivity on Roe Highway by viewing the updated Access and Connectivity information Sheet.

Local access and connectivity between Clackline and Northam

We are planning for access and connectivity between Clackline and Northam which considers how the highway will function in its ultimate future design up to 2051. Planning work includes local road connectivity, new service roads to provide property and emergency access, intersections and grade separated interchanges at Eadine Road/Spencers Brook Road and Mitchell Avenue. For more information on the planning work within this section visit:

If you would like to provide feedback on the planning through this section, contact us at enquiries@mainroads.wa.gov.au.

Reid Highway interchanges

Project development for these interchanges was undertaken as part of EastLink WA planning and development and we will be undertaking a procurement process for construction with a contract award expected late-2023. Visit the Reid Highway Interchanges project webpage for information regarding construction.

Ultimate Design Near Completion

The Ultimate Design concept for the highway is soon to be completed, and with it comes the end of the planning and development phase of the project.

From May, we will be meeting with directly affected landowners to present the Ultimate Design concept and provide information on the future land requirement boundary. Following this, the completed Ultimate Design concept will be made available for the general community.

80+ kms

of new and improved highways


travel times between Roe Highway and Northam


proofing our states freight network

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The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

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