Wamberal to Bateau Bay

Central Coast Highway upgrade - Wamberal to Bateau Bay

Transport for NSW is planning to upgrade the Central Coast Highway for 3.8 kilometres between Wamberal and Bateau Bay. The proposal will see the highway upgraded to two lanes in both directions between the Tumbi Road intersection and Bateau Bay Road intersection to improve travel time and safety for 26,500 motorists who use this section of highway daily.

Latest news

NOV 2021

NOV 2021First stage of upgrade progressing

Previous feedback received has resulted in the Central Coast Highway and Tumbi Road intersection upgrade being fast tracked, as part of the overall project to upgrade the Central Coast highway for 3.8 kilometres between Wamberal and Bateau Bay.

Thank you to those stakeholders and community members who commented on the concept design and review of environmental factors (REF) for the Central Coast Highway and Tumbi Road intersection upgrade.

We will now compile all submissions into a summary report which will provide answers to any questions raised. For more information on next steps, visit the Tumbi Road intersection page.

Project information

The NSW Government committed $387 million in March 2019 to duplicate the Central Coast Highway between Wamberal and Bateau Bay.

The NSW Government has invested $4 million to enable Transport to progress early planning for this project.

Around 26,500 motorists use this section of the highway daily and this upgrade will ensure the Central Coast Highway between Wamberal and Bateau Bay is prepared to handle future growth.

  • Improved consistent travel time and reducing congestion between Wamberal and Bateau Bay
  • Reduced delays at key intersections
  • Improved road user safety
  • Safer cycling and pedestrian facilities, particularly near intersections
  • Enhancing economic growth and productivity, particularly during busy holiday times

New Traffic lights at:

  • Tumbi Road intersection
  • Crystal Street intersection
  • Forresters Beach Road intersection
  • Bellevue Road intersection
  • Passage Road / Coleridge Road intersection
  • Existing traffic lights at Bateau Bay Road will be modified

Roundabout:

  • Cresthaven Avenue roundabout upgraded to two through lanes in both directions on the Highway.

Left in - left out only at:

  • Bakali Road intersection
  • Alistair Avenue intersection
  • Coleridge Road (north entry) intersection

Dedicated right turn lane in and out at:

  • Apollo Resort Entry, Wamberal
  • Mistview Circuit intersection
  • Whalans Road intersection

Dedicated right turn lane in and u-turn facility at:

  • Maas Parade

Bus bays:

  • New indented bus bays north and south of the Tumbi Road intersection
  • New indented bus bays on the northern side of Passage and Coleridge Road intersection.
  • Existing bus bay on Tumbi Road approach removed
  • Existing bus bay on southern side of Bellevue Road removed

Shared path:

  • 3 metres wide on the whole length of the eastern side (3.8 km)

Footpath:

  • 1.5 metre wide footpath on whole length of western side (3.3km), except between Bellevue Road and Passage Road

On road cycleway/shoulder:

  • 2 metre wide on-road cycleway in both directions between Tumbi Road and Cresthaven Avenue.

Project documents

Project notifications

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March 2021 project notification

Investigation work at Tumbi Road and Central Coast Highway intersection, Wamberal from Tuesday 9 March.

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Community updates

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October 2021 community update

Concept design and environmental assessment.

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June 2020 community update

Central Coast Highway upgrade Wamberal to Bateau Bay.

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Reports

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Minor works review of environmental factors - Archaeological test excavations

Central Coast Highway upgrade – Wamberal to Bateau Bay.

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December 2020 consultation report

Central Coast Highway upgrade – Wamberal to Bateau Bay.

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Media releases

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4 May 2021

Next step for Central Coast Highway upgrade

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8 March 2021

Central Coast Highway moves ahead

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1 December 2020

Locals have say on Central Coast Highway Upgrade

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4 June 2020

First chance to comment on Central Coast Highway upgrade

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