Current Projects

Council simultaneously undertakes many projects throughout the municipality. Below is a snapshot of what we're currently working on and expected timelines for completion.


Bridgenorth Football Ground Lighting Upgrade
The tender for the Bridgenorth Football Ground Lighting Project was awarded to Next Phase Electrical at our July 2020 Council Meeting and work is now underway.


Gravelly Beach Kerb and Drainage Improvements
The kerb and drainage at Nairana Street in Gravelly beach will be improved and the shoulder widened, from Taroona Street to Teggs Road.


Road Reseals
Our Municipal Wide Road Reseal Program 2020/2021 was awarded to Fulton Hogan at the December 2020 Council Meeting and spray seals began in Winkleigh on Friday 19th February. Reseals will continue through Bridgenorth, Glengarry, Trevallyn, Rowella, Sidmouth, Beaconsfield, Legana and Beauty Point, concluding in April.


Footpath Extension
The footpath on Rosevears Drive, Lanena is being extended as part of our second Stimulus Package. The tender was awarded to The Baker Group at our December 2020 Council Meeting and works began in February and will continue through until May 2021, Weather permitting.


Drainage Improvements
Drainage improvements will be undertaken on Bridgenorth Road, Bridgenorth.


Box Culvert Replacement
Our contractor, Zanetto Civil, will replace the box culvert on Bowens Jetty Road from Monday 15th March 2021. One lane of traffic will be open at all times.


Drainage Improvements
New Ecclestone Road, Riverside will see improvements to drainage undertaken.


Sewage Intrusion Program
West Tamar Council and City of Launceston are participating in a program funded by NRM North as part of the Launceston City Deal to improve the health of the Tamar Estuary.

The primary objective is to identify instances of sewage in the urban stormwater systems. Paneltec, as authorised officers of the West Tamar Council, undertook inspections of stormwater systems throughout Trevallyn and Riverside from July until November 2019. They then moved into Newstead, Punchbowl and Mowbray Catchments, before returning to north Riverside in the West Tamar in April 2020. They have since moved onto Youngtown, Newnham and Ravenswood, and are expected to again return to the West Tamar Municipality as the program continues. Inspections will only be undertaken on public property due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Any enquires, please contact Council’s Engineer on 03 6323 9300.


Starting Soon:

Intersection Upgrades
The intersections of Barhams Rd & Beasleys Rd approaches to the Frankford Highway with be upgraded.


New Footpath
A new footpath will be constructed in Jellico Street, Beauty Point.


Bridge Strengthening
Bridge 2634 on Winkleigh Road, Winkleigh will be strengthened by BridgePro as their tender was accepted at our January 2021 Council Meeting.


Road Widening and Drainage Improvements
The Tender for road widening and drainage improvements on Flinders Street, Beauty Point was awarded at the March 2021 Council Meeting. Andrew Walters Construction will begin work shortly.


Road Reconstruction
The tender for the reconstruction of Pitt Avenue, Trevallyn was accepted at the March 2021 Council Meeting. The Baker Group will commence work shortly.


Recently Completed:

Bus Stop Reconstruction
Our contractor Maintain Contracting recently reconstructed the bus stop on Pomona Road, making it safer for road users and pedestrians. This work was completed as a road safety initiative in partnership with Council and State Growth.


Sub Soil Drainage Works
Our contractor Maintain Contracting, recently undertook sub-soil drainage construction works between numbers 25 - 35 Freshwater Point Road, Legana.


Drainage Improvements and Road Repairs
Drainage Improvements & Road Repair work has been completed by our contractor Walters Contracting on Ecclestone Road, Rosevale. 

Footpath Reconstruction
Our contractor, Crossroads Civil Contracting Pty Ltd, recently upgraded the footpath in Riverview Road, Riverside as part of our 2020/2021 Capital Works program.



Legana Pump Track
A pump track was constructed in the Legana Recreation Youth Space near the new basketball court. The tender was awarded to Dirt Art at the September 2020 Council meeting and work was completed in late November 2020. Further details can be found in the Media Release.

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