Mooloolaba Transport Corridor Upgrade (widening Brisbane Road/Walan Street).

The Mooloolaba Transport Corridor Upgrade Project will see the road between Culbara Street and Venning Street, Mooloolaba widened to four lanes.

Council is improving connectivity and travel choices in the heart of Mooloolaba. This important transport project will see the widening of Brisbane Road and Walan Street from two to four traffic lanes.

In addition to improving traffic flow, this important project will enhance the southern entrance into Mooloolaba and create a corridor that is integrated and inviting for pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and public transport users. This is one of many Mooloolaba infrastructure projects council is investing in to create a world-class destination for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Project scope

The Mooloolaba Transport Corridor Upgrade is being delivered in four stages over several years.

It will improve safety and traffic flow, reduce delays during peak periods and cater for future traffic growth in Mooloolaba. The 234 new trees and 11,326 plants will create a shady, cool and greener corridor.

The construction team is delivering the second and third stages of the Mooloolaba Transport Corridor Upgrade concurrently between May 2021 and early 2023.

The final stage, Stage Four is currently scheduled for 2023/2024, subject to the appointment of a construction contractor.

View a map of the project, including each construction stage here Mooloolaba Transport Corridor Upgrade overall plan (PDF, 6896KB).

Construction stages

Stage 1A Naroo Court upgrade (completed in October 2019)

Extension of Naroo Court through to Muraban Street including a new roundabout at Muraban Street.

Stage 1B Walan Street upgrade (completed in April 2021)

Widening of Walan Street from two lanes to four lanes, Naroo Court intersection upgrade to signals, new pedestrian crossings and pathways and landscaping.

Stages 2 and 3 Brisbane Road upgrade (May 2021 to early 2023)

Located along Brisbane Road between Walan Street and Kyamba Court, these two stages include the widening of Brisbane Road from two lanes to four lanes, intersection upgrade, provision for cyclists, landscaping and the new four lane Mayes Canal Bridge.

These works are benefitting from a $12 million investment from the Australian Government through the Infrastructure Investment Program.

Find out more with our frequently asked questions.

Stage 4 Brisbane Road upgrade (2023/2024)

Brisbane Road, from Kyamba Court to Tuckers Creek Bridge, will be upgraded and widened to four lanes.  The upgrade includes a new signalised intersection at Bindaree Crescent / Brisbane Road / Woomba Place and road works on both sides of the bridge

Project news and updates

Keep up to date on the project as it progresses through the construction notifications and plan updates.

Community engagement

Public consultation for the Brisbane Road Upgrade began in 2003 as part of the Mooloolaba Integrated Land Use and Transport Assessment Study and involved a community forum and feedback analysis. Public participation indicated an understanding of the need for future transport planning and broad community support for the corridor upgrade.

An extensive community engagement process was also undertaken during the development of the Placemaking Mooloolaba Master Plan which was adopted by council in December 2015. The master plan recognised the widening of Brisbane Road and Walan Street as a key project.

Recently, the project team engaged with the local community and interested parties through newsletters, media releases and council’s project webpage. Council will continue to keep the community informed throughout the project.

Project information

Subscribing to receive project updates and information on construction works is a convenient way to keep up to date with the project.

Subscribe or contact the Mooloolaba Transport Corridor Upgrade project team via

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 1800 531 597 (during office hours, Monday to Friday 8.15am-5pm).

MTCU Project News and Updates

Keep up to date on the project as it progresses through the construction notifications and plan updates.

Frequently asked questions

Check below for answers to our most frequently asked questions or get in touch with the team if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for.

Sunshine Coast Council acknowledges the Sunshine Coast Country, home of the Kabi Kabi peoples and the Jinibara peoples, the Traditional Custodians, whose lands and waters we all now share.
We commit to working in partnership with the Traditional Custodians and the broader First Nations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) community to support self-determination through economic and community development.
Site help & accessibility
Sign-up for our newsletter
Follow us
© Sunshine Coast Regional Council 2008 - 2023