MEGA BRIDGE OPENING

MEGA BRIDGE OPENING

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MEGA BRIDGE OPENING – Congratulations to the previous Council and to the two levels of Government – Federal and State for this economic building and socially benefiting initiative!

Hine Road, Dundas

Click on the following link (photo-book highlighted in blue) to see before and after photographs of the bridges:  photo-book 

Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Scrubby Creek Bridge, Villeneuve Road, Villeneuve – jointly funded by the Australian government and Somerset Regional Council under the Bridges Renewal Program.

Total cost $927,000.  (BRP $464,000, Council $463,000).  

Jenkinsons Bridge, McCauleys Lane, Sandy Creek – jointly funded by the Australian government and Somerset Regional Council under the Bridges Renewal Program.

Total cost $770,000.  (BRP $385,000, Council $385,000).

Taylors Bridge, Esk Crows Nest Road, Biarra – jointly funded by the Australian government and Somerset Regional Council under the Bridges Renewal Program.

Total cost $1,722,000  (BRP $861,000, Council $861,000). 

Macfarlane Road, Bryden

Postmans Gully Bridge, Macfarlane Road, Bryden – jointly funded by the Queensland government and Somerset Regional Council under the Royalties for the Regions Program.

Total cost $768,000  (R4RP $538,000, Council $230,000).

 Northbrook Creek Rock Causeway, Hine Road, Dundas – jointly funded by the Queensland government and Somerset Regional Council under the Royalties for the Regions Program.

Total cost $257,000  (R4RP $180,000, Council $77,000).

 Northbrook Creek Timber Bridge refurbishment, Hine Road, Dundas – jointly funded by the Queensland government and Somerset Regional Council under the Royalties for the Regions Program.

Total cost $482,000  (R4RP $337,000, Council $145,000).

 Hardings concrete causeway, Grieves Road, Colinton – jointly funded by the Queensland government and Somerset Regional Council under the Royalties for the Regions Program.

Total cost $699,000  (R4RP $489,000, Council $210,000).

Duck Creek Bridge, Cooeeimbardi Road, Cressbrook –funded by the Australian government under the Roads to Recovery Program.   Total cost $552,000 (R2RP $552,000)

Fredrikson Bridge, Monsildale Road, Sheep Station Creek – jointly funded by the Australian government, Queensland government and Somerset Regional Council under the Betterment Program.

Total cost $1,100,000 (QRA $800,000, Council $300,000).


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