Western Harbour Tunnel, Warringah Freeway Upgrade and Beaches Link


Project overview

The NSW Government’s vision for Sydney is one of an integrated road and public transport network that gives you the freedom to choose how and when you get around, no matter where you live and work.

The Western Harbour Tunnel and Warringah Freeway Upgrade is a major transport infrastructure project that will make it easier, faster and safer to get around Sydney.

By creating a western bypass of the Sydney CBD, the Western Harbour Tunnel will take pressure off the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Harbour Tunnel, Anzac Bridge and Western Distributor corridors to improve transport capacity in and around Sydney Harbour.

The Beaches Link and Gore Hill Freeway Connection will change the way you travel to and from the Northern Beaches. Beaches Link will offer new direct connections from the Northern Beaches to key destinations including the Harbour CBD via the Warringah Freeway and Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Inner West and Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport (via Western Harbour Tunnel) and Macquarie Park, the West and North West (via the Gore Hill Freeway Connection), linking people with jobs, education and services.