Homebush Bay Bridge - a State Government project

Homebush Bay Bridge aerial location
Homebush Bay Bridge aerial location

Homebush Bay Bridge was approved by the State Government on 19 March 2013. The bridge, which will link Rhodes peninsula to Wentworth Point, will carry buses, cyclists, pedestrians and emergency vehicles. Private vehicles and cars will not be permitted.

The $43 million bridge, is being provided by the developer Consortium of Fairmead Pty Ltd in return for additional development density at Wentworth Point. This arrangement involves a Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA) between the developers and Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). Construction commenced in 2014 and is due to be completed in 2016/7.

Construction is now well underway. The project contractors, VSL Brady Joint Venture, have established a site compound on the Rhodes foreshore and piling work for the bridge foundations has now been completed.

A maritime exclusion zone across Homebush Bay has been in place since January 2015 and will remain for the duration of the construction period. The exclusion zone is marked with large yellow buoys and extends from Peake Ave at Rhodes across the water to Burroway Rd at Wentworth Point.

Project information

For further information about construction, timing and other project details, visit the website at www.homebushbaybridge.com.au.

If you wish to provide comments or feedback or receive information and project updates, please email info@homebushbaybridge.com.au and you will be added to the project newsletter email distribution list.

You can also call the community information line on 1800 252 040 if you have any questions or concerns.

Page last updated on: 30/07/15

If you require a new chat session, please refresh your browser

Your details