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 segregated path connecting the Victoria Park foreshore with Heirisson Island and Perth’s CBD at Point Fraser

Causeway bridge illustration

What's Happening 

Bridge works in the Point Fraser navigational channel

As construction continues for the Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges Project, there will be intermittent closures to the Point Fraser waterway, to facilitate safe construction works over the river. This includes lifting bridge segments across the river.

Causeway - May 24
 Figure 1 Aerial photo of the navigational channel between Point Fraser and Heirisson Island

Restrictions to access by marine vessels through the channel

  • Between the end of May and August 2024 there will be minor delays for all vessels
  • On Wednesday 29th May and Friday 31st May 2024 the main navigational channel between Point Fraser and Heirisson Island will have closures to large vessels for between 2-6 hours.
  • A restricted channel will remain open during this time for smaller vessels.
* Please note all works are subject to change.

Approach work zones with caution. Follow signage and instructions from spotter vessels. Contact spotter vessels on VHF 74 to escort you through the channel during work hours.

 Seeing progress and wondering what the next steps are until the bridges are complete? Check out the latest information here.

Concept only - Subject to change

Improve

safety, connectivity & amenity

Reduce

conflicts between cyclists & pedestrians

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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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