Station Street Upgrade

About the project...

Following extensive community consultation, in 2012 Council adopted the Bowral Parking, Traffic and Transport Strategy which outlined a major upgrade of Station Street to address the long term issue of traffic congestion within the town centre.

Council is embarking on the upgrade of Station Street to include:

  • two lanes in each direction (between Bundaroo Street and Bowral Street)
  • new roundabouts at Bong Bong Street and Bowral Street
  • improved parking facilities and access to town centre businesses

Council is also planning to develop parking and pedestrian facilities in Kirkham Road in order to provide replacement parking during construction, as well as new parking areas for the town centre and near the train station after work is completed.

The design of a future link between Bowral Street and Links Road via Railway Parade is also planned but funding is required and so a date for construction of this component has not been determined.

On 14 February 2018 Council resolved to proceed to tender for construction of the Station Street Upgrade. You can watch the debate and decision made by Councillors in a video provided courtesy of Southern Highland News at www.yoursaywingecarribee.com.au/SSU/faqs#37235.


What's next?

Council will be sharing information with property owners, businesses and the broader community as part of the project construction phase in coming months. Subscribe here to receive emailed updates or email engagement@wsc.nsw.gov.au to share your contact details.


Learn more about the detailed concept designs which were exhibited in 2017:

Detailed concept plan for streetscape

About the project...

Following extensive community consultation, in 2012 Council adopted the Bowral Parking, Traffic and Transport Strategy which outlined a major upgrade of Station Street to address the long term issue of traffic congestion within the town centre.

Council is embarking on the upgrade of Station Street to include:

  • two lanes in each direction (between Bundaroo Street and Bowral Street)
  • new roundabouts at Bong Bong Street and Bowral Street
  • improved parking facilities and access to town centre businesses

Council is also planning to develop parking and pedestrian facilities in Kirkham Road in order to provide replacement parking during construction, as well as new parking areas for the town centre and near the train station after work is completed.

The design of a future link between Bowral Street and Links Road via Railway Parade is also planned but funding is required and so a date for construction of this component has not been determined.

On 14 February 2018 Council resolved to proceed to tender for construction of the Station Street Upgrade. You can watch the debate and decision made by Councillors in a video provided courtesy of Southern Highland News at www.yoursaywingecarribee.com.au/SSU/faqs#37235.


What's next?

Council will be sharing information with property owners, businesses and the broader community as part of the project construction phase in coming months. Subscribe here to receive emailed updates or email engagement@wsc.nsw.gov.au to share your contact details.


Learn more about the detailed concept designs which were exhibited in 2017:

Detailed concept plan for streetscape

  • CLOSED: The opportunity to make a submission about a detailed concept design for Bowral's Station Street Upgrade concluded 3 October 2017.

    Submission Form - Station St Upgrade - detailed concept design

    Please review the Station Street Upgrade detailed concept design and associated documents (in the Library) and provide your feedback below by 3 October 2017.

    Council is particularly seeking submissions about the three options but additional feedback is also welcome.

    All responses will be recorded for reporting to Council however personal details will not be included and confidentiality will be maintained. 


    Please review the Station Street Upgrade detailed concept design and associated documents (in the Library) and provide your feedback below by 3 October 2017.

    Council is particularly seeking submissions about the three options but additional feedback is also welcome.

    All responses will be recorded for reporting to Council however personal details will not be included and confidentiality will be maintained. 


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