Lake Conjola Entrance Road Shared User Path Bridge

Shoalhaven City Council has gained funding under the state and federal government’s Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund (BLERF) for the construction of a shared user path bridge over the Pattimores Lagoon entrance waterway, on the northern side of Lake Conjola Entrance Road.

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The latest

September 2023 Update - The final design is being reviewed. Preliminary construction activities to commence early October 2023.

About the project

The proposed shared user path bridge is an 11m long single span truss bridge over the waterway, connected with 74m of concrete path to the west and 6m of elevated boardwalk and 55m of concrete path to the east. In addition, the project will involve construction of pram ramps, kerb & gutter, signage, bollards, line marking and drainage improvements.

This key piece of infrastructure will address concerns raised by the community over the safety of pedestrians and cyclists due to the non-compliant nature of the existing footbridge that crosses this waterway.  


Concept Design Completion, Community Consultation and Review of Environmental Factors: End of March 2022

Project tendering: May 2023

Construction: Sep to Dec 2023


August 2023 Update - The contract has been awarded. The contractor will commence with the final design and pre-site works requirements.

June 2023 Update - Tender evaluation has been completed and is progressing through the internal approval process.

May 2023 Update - Tender submissions are being evaluated.

April 2023 Update - Design & Construct tender is currently live - submissions due late May 2023.

March 2023 Update - Tree clearing and geotechnical investigation are complete. Final concept package is due early April 2023. Project will be tendered as a Design & Construct contract soon after.

February 2023 Update - Tree clearing will take place on Thursday the 16th and Friday the 17th of February as an early works package. This will allow a comprehensive geotechnical investigation to take place and the concept design to be finalised.