Bunbury Outer Ring Road

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A 27-kilometre four-lane, high standard road linking Forrest Highway to Bussell Highway. The project will ease congestion and provide safer, more efficient traffic routes for freight, tourists, and locals. Banner photo: Yaka Dandjoo graduates, plus Kat Jones working on BORR

Yaka Dandjoo graduates, plus Kat Jones working on BORR

Bunbury Outer Ring Road (BORR) will deliver significant benefits to the region, including time saving, road safety, freight efficiency and improved port access.

A significant portion of funding from the project's $1.25 billion is being spent in within the region, creating further local jobs, business opportunities and supporting local economic growth.

 

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Benefits of BORR reaching local and Aboriginal businesses within the South West

Benefits of BORR reaching local and Aboriginal businesses within the South West

The benefits of the Bunbury Outer Ring Road (BORR) project are staying local, with local and Aboriginal businesses within the South West directly benefiting from the investment.

Unveiling the ‘mega-bridge’ artwork

Unveiling the ‘mega-bridge’ artwork

The latest artwork design on the Bunbury Outer Ring Road (BORR) is nearing completion, with the new piece forming a key part of the Urban Design strategy for the project.

Next phase of bridge beam installation

Next phase of bridge beam installation

The Bunbury Outer Ring Road (BORR) project is gearing up for another major milestone with the next round of bridge beam installations.

Top deck – pouring concrete for the Raymond Road bridge deck

Top deck – pouring concrete for the Raymond Road bridge deck

Installation of the first set of tee-roff beams at the Raymond Road interchange.

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Planning & Alignment

Flora, Fauna and Environment

27 km

key transport corridor

Safer

local roads

Improved

traffic flow

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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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