South East Queensland’s largest road infrastructure project

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The Coomera Connector is South East Queensland’s largest road infrastructure project, and will improve how we move around our neighbourhoods. The $2.16 billion Stage 1 project, between Coomera and Nerang, is jointly funded (50:50) by the Australian Government and Queensland Government.

The Stage 1 Central package from Helensvale to Molendinar is currently in the design phase.

In January 2023, Fulton Hogan Hull McIlwain Joint Venture (FHHMJV) was awarded an early works contract to progress the design and commence early works for Stage 1 Central. Major construction is expected to start in early 2024.

Coomera Connector Stage 1 will progressively open to traffic in sections from late 2025, weather and site conditions permitting, and will be completed by 2027.

Coomera Connector Stage 1 Central package project location map

Download the proposed design of the Coomera Connector Stage 1 Central map for more information.

Key highlights
The Coomera Connector will be a high-speed motorway to future-proof infrastructure in our growing community.
Stage 1 Central is an 8km section from Helensvale Road to Smith Street Motorway and will be built to 6 lanes.
Utilisation of open graded asphalt road surface enhances safety and minimises noise pollution for surrounding areas.
Grade-separated interchanges at key points: Helensvale Road, Gold Coast Highway, and Smith Street Motorway, ensuring smooth traffic flow and safety.
Collaboration with local environmental groups: Working together to promote sustainable outcomes and minimise ecological impact.

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