$5M Clarence Way sealing project complete

Published on 23 March 2023

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A 3.7km stretch of newly sealed road at Keybarbin, north of Baryulgil in the upper Clarence Valley, has been completed.

The Kungurrabar Creek to Flagstone Creek Upgrade has completely transforming the previous section of dirt road on the Clarence Way, 86km northwest of Grafton.

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The $5 million reconstruction project, which commenced in early 2022, involved earthworks, new culverts, swale drains, guard rails, road widening and sealing.

The Clarence Way is a key access road for local agricultural industries and an important connection for regional freight between Grafton and the Bruxner Highway.

The project is co-funded by the Federal Government's Roads to Recovery Program and NSW Government's Bushfire Industry Recovery Package.

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