New pedestrian and cycleway bridge crossings will be installed at Lorraine Street, Hamilton Street and George Street to join parts of the Bay to Bay path, improving connectivity with Bressington and Mason Parks, as well as Ismay Reserve. The Bay to Bay path is a continuous collection of cycle and pedestrian paths linking Botany Bay to Sydney Olympic Park, providing opportunities for active transport and recreation.

The project is funded by the NSW Government under the Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program (PRUAIP). The PRUAIP is a $198 million initiative by the NSW Government to improve open space and active transport links along the Parramatta Road corridor.

Public Art

An additional facet of this project will see public art installed along the bridges. After an extensive expression of interest process, Studio Chris Fox and Mike Daly have been selected to fulfil the project. Their proposal can be found on this page under documents.

Lorraine Street Bridge

The first bridge was installed on Thursday 23 June 2022. Photos can be seen below.

Hamilton Street Bridge

The second bridge at Hamilton Street was installed on Wednesday 21 September 2022. George Street Bridge will follow.

This project is funded by the NSW Government.

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Hamilton Street Bridge design.

Installation of Lorraine Street Bridge 23 June 2022.

Public Art installation was officially opened in October 2023.

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    Commencement Date

    May 2022

  • Completion Date

    February 2023



This project is proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Strathfield Council.

Contact Details

Should you have questions regarding this project, please contact Michael McAulay on 9748 9999 or council@strathfield.nsw.gov.au