Albany Highway

Wheatbelt and Great Southern regions

Upgrades are being undertaken across the Wheatbelt and Great Southern regions to improve safety and enhance service for the freight industry.
Regional road under construction

Three separate work packages are planned to help improve safety and increase transport efficiency:

  • Widening between Kojonup and Balgarup Road
  • Intersection improvements at Crossman Road and Crossman Dwarda Road
  • Pavement rehabilitation between Jarradale Road and Williams
What’s happening

Widening between Kojonup and Balgarup Road

  • Stage 1 pre-construction works were completed in August 2019 and included clearing, earthworks and drainage improvements.
  • Stage 2 began in April 2020 and is now complete
  • Works include road construction, safety barrier installation and pavement sealing.

Intersection improvements at Crossman Road and Crossman Dwarda Road

These works will include:

  • Installation of right turn lanes from Albany Highway into both Crossman and Crossman Dwarda Road
  • Installation of a left turn lane from Albany Highway into Crossman Dwarda Road
  • Widening traffic lanes and shoulders
  • Upgrades to the southbound rest area between within the section

Works started in February 2021 and are expected to be completed by November 2021.

Pavement Rehabilitation between Jarradale Road and Williams

  • 13.5km of pavement rehabilitation over ten sections of road between December 2021 and April 2022
Timeline
Works are ongoing and are expected to be completed June 2022.
Aerial map of Albany Highway - Kojonup South project
Click image to enlarge

Subscribe to
project updates

Subscribe to our email list for the latest project updates and announcements.

Subscribe

Page last reviewed:  | Last updated: 

Acknowledgement of country

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.

Tell us what you think

Help us improve our website by sharing your thoughts and suggestions.

Provide feedback