The NSW Government is funding this project to help improve traffic flow and provide a reliable and safe crossing of the Hawkesbury River.
SEP 2021Maintenance work
Transport for NSW will carry out concrete maintenance work on the southern viewing platform from Tuesday 5 October. Work will included installing scaffolding and drapes to the underside of the platform, drilling and concrete repairs. For more information, please view the September 2021 project notification (PDF, 385Kb) .
AUG 2021Project Completion
Transport for NSW has now completed the Windsor Bridge replacement project. The NSW government has delivered a safer and more reliable crossing over the Hawkesbury River, improving traffic flow and congestion in the area and providing the community with a unified recreational space with Thompson Square.More information
We thank the community for their ongoing patience during our work. View or download the August 2021 Community Update (PDF, 5.56Mb).
JUL 2021Thompson Square completed and now opened to the public
Improvements to Thompson Square are now complete and the park is fully opened to the public. As part of the Windsor Bridge replacement project we have helped to unify this area and give back an important recreational space that the community can continue to enjoy.
We thank the community for their ongoing patience during our work. Minor work will continue over the comings months. Transport for NSW thanks the community for the patience during this time. We will continue to keep the community updated as this progresses.
See the Thompson Square community update to learn a bit about its history.
The construction of the new Windsor Bridge is now complete and was opened to traffic in May 2020. The final traffic configurations was completed in December 2020.
Final utility relocations was completed in December 2020 and the commissioning of the lighting on Thompson Square is currently being done and will be completed by early July 2021.
Non-Aboriginal archaeological objects discovered during the project were handed over as part of the project approval and the Heritage Interpretation Plan to the Hawkesbury City Council and are now part of the Hawkesbury Museum’s collection. Archaeologists will continue to work in the project area when required.
The Hawkesbury City Council has a number of archaeological items currently displayed at the UNCOVERED exhibition at the Hawkesbury Regional Museum. The online Thompson Square website showcases these and the many other archaeological discoveries and tells the story of the tens of thousands of years of human history uncovered during the bridge project.
Hawkesbury Regional Museum
Address: 8 Baker St, Windsor NSW 2756.
Work will generally be carried out during standard construction hours between 7am and 6pm on weekdays and from 8am to 1pm on Saturday.
The out of hours work will continue until mid-July between 9pm and 5am Monday to Friday.
There will also be some extended hours on Saturdays from 8am to 4pm.
As we head towards project completion there is only minor works left to complete with minimal impact to the community. Where there is any noise and disruption associated with this work we will inform the community..
For the latest traffic updates, you can call 132 701, visit livetraffic.com or download the Live Traffic
For more information please contact the project team:
Phone: 1800 712 909
Post: Windsor Bridge replacement project, PO Box 973, Parramatta NSW 2124.