Civil Works Projects

In order to ensure the Adelaide Hills Council region maintains its beauty and community facilities, significant funding and investment into new and upgraded capital infrastructure is made annually.

Council strives to provide the community with effective and beneficial infrastructure. Council's Annual Business Plan 2021–22 budgets a total of more than $23 million in capital expenditure, part of which is allocated for a range of civil works projects delivering road, footpath, kerbs, play spaces, bikeways, drainage and buildings.

For a full list of projects, infrastructure renewals and funding allocations for this financial year see our Annual Business Plan.


Gumeracha Main Street Upgrade

Works are continuing to upgrade the main street in the township of Gumeracha.

For the latest updates and a comprehensive overview of this project, please visit the Gumeracha Main Street Upgrade page.
​Indicative completion date
​Redevelopment of Heathfield Oval change rooms
​Heathfield Oval
​$1.7 million
​Early to mid-2022
​Resurfacing netball courts
​Healthfield (on high school grounds)
​$1 million
​December 2021
​Resurfacing tennis courts
​December 2021
​Bushland Park Play Space
​Stirling to Crafers Bikeway
​November 2021
​New school crossing including street lights
​Mill Road, Lobethal
​November 2021
​Merchants Road creek embankment stabilisation
​Basket Range
​December 2021

An annual local roads resealing program is also underway across the Council area, covering an extensive list of roads. Please refer to Council's Annual Business Plan for the list of sealed and unsealed roads identified for renewal.


The following projects will commence in late 2021:

  • Safety Barrier renewals at Hillcrest Road, Crafers and Carey Gully Road, Bridgewater.

  • New bus shelters will be installed at Woodside and Upper Sturt.

  • Playspace redevelopments at Lenswood Oval and Greenhill, Yarrabee Road.

Find out more about upcoming road and footpath works on our rolling update page.

Council acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.
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