Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges

Victoria Park to Perth CBD

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To completely separate path users from traffic, two connected bridges will be built alongside the Causeway, providing a 6 metre wide shared path connecting the Victoria Park foreshore with Heirisson Island and Perth’s CBD at Point Fraser

Artist impression of the causeway bridge

What's Happening 

Construction in the river is about to commence on the Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges project. These works will involve marine piling and out of hours works to facilitate ongoing deliveries of marine equipment, assembly of barge and crane components and dust management using a water cart at the McCallum Park site.

Piling of the southern channel (Victoria Park side of Heirisson Island)

  • 7am to 7pm, Monday to Saturday from late November to late January 2024
  • Marine works and landside construction activities
  • Adhere to signage

Associated works at McCallum Park (Out of Hours)

  • 7:30am to 5pm, every Sunday from 19th November to 17th December 2023
  • Facilitating ongoing deliveries and dust mitigation
  • Adhere to signage
For more information, check out our works notice.

Join our Online Webinar for River Users

Recreational and commercial river users are invited to an online webinar to hear about the marine construction methodology and its impacts on river users, with construction due to commence in the northern navigational channel in early 2024.

 When: Tuesday 5 December 2023 - 5:30pm - 6:30pm

 Register Here: Webinar Registration - Zoom


Concept only - Subject to change


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