Armadale Road Upgrade

Tapper Road to Anstey Road

  • Widening Armadale Road to a four lane dual carriageway
  • Construction commenced in March 2018 and is due for completion in late-2019
  • Improve safety and reduce congestion in the area, along with better access and traffic flow


The project involves the construction of a 6.9 kilometre, four-lane dual carriageway between Tapper Road and Anstey Road, with dedicated turning lanes, intersection improvements and new shared path facilities.

Other works include:

  • Various intersection upgrades:
  • New roundabouts at Liddelow Road and Taylor Road/ Wright Road intersections
  • Nicholson Road intersection upgraded to a bridge over a roundabout
  • Minor upgrades at Ghostgum Avenue
  • Rossiter Avenue converted to a left in left out only intersection

Project update

Construction is underway with intersection improvements taking shape at Liddelow and Nicholson roads.

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  • Armadale Road between Anstey Road and Nicholson Road
  •  Armadale Road at Liddelow Road intersection
  • Armadale Road access to and from Rossiter Avenue
  • Armadale Road access to and from Taylor Road
  • Nicholson Road south of Armadale Road
    • Closed from 15 to 19 July, 7pm to 5am nightly
  • Nicholson Road south of Warton Road
  • Wright Road at Armadale Road
    • Left-in and left-out turning movements only until late-2019
    • Unrestricted turning movements will be supported when the Taylor Road portion of the roundabout is complete

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  • March 2018: Construction commencement
  • Late-2019: Project completion



Click to open map Image: Armadale Road Upgrade map​


  • Enhance safety by removing a dangerous bottleneck
  • Improve access to new residential developments Cockburn Train Station, Cockburn Gateway shopping centre and the Jandakot light industrial area
  • Improve amenity for cyclists and pedestrians
  • Improve a strategic freight route connecting the South West and South East corridors of the Perth Metropolitan Area.


The Commonwealth and State Government funded this $145 million project.

Last Updated: 12 July 2019