Approximately 350,000 cubic metres of fill and 2,000 cubic metres of concrete have been used over the course of construction to bring Spring Farm Parkway Stage 1 to life.

This vital connection road is now almost 80% complete, and designs for Stage 2 are in progress.

“The people of Camden have been waiting a long time for this project to be completed. Spring Farm Parkway will be an integral link to the Hume Highway and will help relieve the pressure off Narellan Road,” Member for Camden, Sally Quinnell said.

Stage 1, set to open later this year, will offer a four-lane connection from Menangle Road over the Hume Motorway to Menangle Park, benefiting the growing Macarthur region.

It includes a new interchange bridge with on and off ramps to the Hume Motorway.

“With Stage 1 ready to open later this year, and with Stage 2 progressing, the community is seeing a government committed to delivering infrastructure that will support residents now and into the future,” Member for Campbelltown, Greg Warren said.

About 300 workers have contributed to its near completion, with final tasks such as asphalting and landscaping remaining.

The NSW Government has committed $15 million from the Urban Roads Fund to progress designs.

“Once both stages are complete, Spring Farm Parkway will create an important east-west link between Menangle Road, the Hume Motorway and Liz Kernohan Drive,” Minister for Roads, John Graham said.

This three-kilometer road will serve as a crucial link for the Greater Macarthur area, incorporating community feedback for features like railway overbridges and shared pathways.

Feedback from the community will inform further planning stages, including environmental assessment and final business case.