• $3.5 million
    Invested

This project includes the upgrade of street infrastructure in the Hindmarsh Precinct in preparation for the FIFA Women's world cup and scheduled Hindmarsh Stadium upgrade.

This includes:

  • Holden Street Road reconstruction and streetscape upgrade from Manton Street to Adam Street.
  • Milner Street and Mary Street Streetscape Improvements
  • construction of a raised intersection at the intersection of Orsmond Street and Crawford Lane
  • construction of an upgraded footpath in the Port Road median from Chief Street to East Street
  • streetscape upgrades of West Street and East Street
  • public artwork at key nodes and destinations.

The project will improve amenity, tree canopy coverage, landscaping, infrastructure, road safety and improve strategic connections to the precinct for all transport users, particularly for those using sustainable transport modes such public transport (train, tram and bus users), walking and cycling.

The project will also support existing bricks and mortar businesses by providing opportunities to expand their offerings and thrive through more flexible use of public road assets and improve the arrival experience to the precinct for visitors.

Many assets across the Hindmarsh Stadium Precinct are toward the end of their useful life and require replacement to ensure the precinct provides infrastructure that supports business, sport and entertainment activity for the community.  Hindmarsh is the primary sport and entertainment precinct within the City of Charles Sturt. Many key destinations in the precinct require connection for people to ensure businesses continue to thrive and major events held in the area can support demand and future growth across the City.

The Hindmarsh Precinct Streetscape Upgrade Project has been co-funded by the Government of South Australia’s Local Government Infrastructure Partnership Program.

Project start:
April 2021
Expected completion:
April 2023
Current status:
Under construction

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Hindmarsh, South Australia