Construction of the Sulphur Creek to Penguin Shared Pathway is well underway now, with a total of 3.35km of shared pathway asphalted. It is great to see the number of people already taking the opportunity to enjoy what the path has to offer.

The shared pathway formation has been completed and the path has been asphalted along the western end of Preservation Beach and at Mid-Way Point, towards the access to Mid-Way Beach.

Work has commenced on the construction of the new bus stop being installed close to the intersection of Overall Street.  This will see an upgrade to the current bus stop in line with other upgrades to the metro system along this route.

Excavation has started on the section of shared pathway that will be formed along Hogarth Road.  The path will go under the Bass Highway and connect Hogarth Road to the existing path parallel to the southern side of the highway.

Work on the Hogarth Road section will continue over the coming weeks and there will be a new reseal at the Creamery Road intersection.

For more information on the project, please click on the green button below.

Sulphur Creek to Penguin Shared Pathway