Byron Bay Bypass

ProjectByron Bay Bypass
LocationByron Bay NSW
ClientByron Shire Council
Key worksRoadways

Hazell Bros completed the construction of the town centre bypass to the west of the rail corridor along the Butler Street road reserve in Byron Bay. The Bypass connects the southern and northern ends of the Byron Bay CBD for through-traffic with road corridor approximately 1km long, easing traffic con-gestion within the CBD allowing traffic to flow smoothly.

The scope of works were primarily constructed within the existing developed and undeveloped Butler Street road reserve and consisted of:

  • Upgrade of Butler St, from north of the existing drainage culvert to the southern extent of the existing pavement (approx. 500m)
  • 3x new roundabouts on both Butler and Jonson Streets
  • Greenfield extension of Butler St, south through the un-formed road reserve wetland area to the rail line (approx. 500m)
  • A new level crossing
  • Construction of an extension of Browning St through the existing car parks on Council’s land to the rail line

Demolition, clearing & grubbing, earthworks including dewatering & soft soil foundation stabilisation, drainage, road pavements and surfacing, kerbing, line marking, concrete medians & roundabout aprons, shared path, signage, fencing, guideposts & bollards, retaining walls, driveways.