Home-Blayney Shire Council-Logo
>

Project List

  • Active Movement Strategy Projects - Through the NSW Government Resources for Regions funding, shared pathways in Lyndhurst, Newbridge, Millthorpe and Carcoar have been brought forward. Onsite works are expected to commence in April 2022.
  • Belubula River Walk - The Belubula River Walk will provide shared access from Martin Street to Heritage Park, including pedestrian access via a new footbridge to an island which sits alongside the Belubula River, and with viewing platform decks for fishing and bird watching; and installation of a boardwalk along a closed road reserve part of the route. This project has four stages and has received funding from multiple sources.
  • Boondaroo Road Bridge - This project is the reconstruction of Boondaroo Bridge as a result of the declared natural disaster. It is funded by the Australian Government Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangement Program (Transport for NSW). There is currently a temporary bypass in place.
  • Carbine Road Rehabilitation Project - The Carbine Road reconstruction project includes the realignment of some sections of the road, pavement widening and strengthening and the sealing of 2.2kms of the existing unsealed section. The realignment is required to address poor road geometry prior to being sealed, to improve road user safety, and will require some minor land acquisitions. This project is expected to be completed in October 2022.
  • Carcoar Dam Go Fishing Project - Funded by the Department of Primary Industries, this project includes a floating jetty, four shelters with tables and chairs, two electric BBQ’s, two fish cleaning stations, and two additional bench seats. All of these will be erected on concrete slabs. The floating jetting will be installed next to the boat ramp, and provide safety and accessibility improvements for boat users. The project will be delivered in 22/23 and work is programmed to commence in September 2022
  • Carrington Park Amenities Refurbishment - Funded by NSW Government Resources for Regions, this project includes the refurbishment of the public amenities at Carrington Park and construction of a disabled car park on Osman Street and installation of a smart hub system to enable monitoring, automatic opening and closing of the public facilities at both locations.
  • Coombing Lane and Mendham Lane Sealing - This project involves the initial sealing of Coombing and Mendham Lane in Barry, funded by NSW Government Resources for Regions, with onsite works expected to commence in September 2022.
  • Forest Reefs and Tallwood Roads Intersection - Funded by NSW Government Resources for Regions, this project includes the re-design and reconstruction of the Forest Reefs and Tallwood Road intersection. Onsite works are expected to commence in October 2022 aiming for completion in 2023.
  • Forest Reefs Road - The Forest Reefs Road rehabilitation project aims to strengthen the key link between Millthorpe from Bathurst and Blayney through to Newcrest's Cadia Valley Operations (CVO) gold mine, by undertaking improvements on a poor section of a main arterial road. This project is expected to commence in January 2023 and be completed by October 2023.
  • Gallymont Road Bridge (Gally Swamp Bridge) - Replacement of the existing timber bridge with a concrete deck over Gally Swamp on Gallymont Road. This project is funded by the NSW Government Fixing Country Bridges Program and Australian Government Bridges Renewal Program with construction expected to recommence in April 2022.
  • Heritage Park Amenities Refurbishment - Funded by NSW Government Resources for Regions, this project includes the demolition and construction of new public amenities at Heritage Park, with the inclusion of a new adult disabled change room in addition to male, female and accessible toilets and installation of a smart hub system to enable monitoring, automatic opening and closing of the public facilities at both locations.
  • Hobbys Yards Road - Road pavement reconstruction and widening of Hobbys Yards Road from Three Brothers Road to near Dowsetts Lane, in two stages. The project is expected for completion in June 2022 and is funded by Council and Transport for NSW Regional road REPAIR Program.
  • King George Oval - Kicking Goals for Girls - This project is the construction of 2 change rooms with showers, toilets and team strapping/treatment space for home and away teams. It is funded by the Australian Government Building Better Regions Fund and Council, aiming for completion in July 2022.
  • King George Oval Refurbishment Project - The project involves the refurbishment of the King George Oval and Blayney Netball Centre precinct to improve the safety, amenity and capacity of Blayney's premier sporting facility. It will link the facility with the Blayney shared path network, provide parking for larger sporting fixtures, provide a new scoreboard for all types of sports, new internal and external fencing and safety improvements to the existing grandstands.
  • Leabeater Street Bridge - Funded by the NSW Government Fixing Country Bridges Program and Council this project will replace the timber bridge with a concrete deck over the Grubbenbun Creek on Leabeater Street, Lyndhurst. The bridge will be constructed on an improved alignment and with slightly improved flood resilience aiming for completion in December 2022.
  • Light it Up Blayney - Stage 1 - This project includes the supply and installation of new sports facility lighting with LED luminaires and smart access hub controls at the Blayney Netball Courts and Lyndhurst Tennis Courts and upgrade of the existing sports facility lighting at King George Oval, with new poles, LEDlights and smart access hub control networks. This project is primarily funded by the NSW Government Stronger Country Communities Program.
  • Lucan Road Bridge - This project is the replacement of the existing timber bridge with a concrete deck over Limestone Creek on Lucan Road. It is funded by the NSW Government Fixing Country Bridges Program.
  • Millthorpe Cricket Nets - This project includes the demolition and removal of the current cricket net structure at Redmond Oval, Millthorpe, supply and installation of a 3m high black wire mesh netting fence, with rubber matting attached to the walls and safety overhead netting cage and synthetic matting over the existing concrete base. This project is funded by the NSW Government Stronger Country Communities Round 4.
  • Panuara Road Heavy Patching - Funded by the NSW Government’s Fixing Local Roads program, this project involves the rehabilitation of 3.7km of pavement on Panuara Road. The objectives are to improve the road surface, drivability and ensure compliance with the existing guard rail. This project is expected to be completed in June 2022.
  • Prescott Street and Harrow Street (North) Sealing - This project involves the initial sealing of Prescott (North and South) and Harrow Streets (North) in Lyndhurst funded by NSW Government Resources for Regions with onsite works expected to commence in September 2022.
  • Recycled Water Treatment Plant - The treatment plant which is to be approved by NSW DPIE will provide a suitable treatment process to deliver safe re-use water that can then be utilised on open spaces for irrigation and construction activities
Last modified:

CONTACT US