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Leach Highway to Mount Henry Bridge Kwinana Freeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Path

Brentwood, Mount Pleasant


  • Cycle

    Project type
  • $15.7 million More info

    Total budget
  • Under Construction

    Project phase
  • Main Roads WA

    Lead agency
  • 173

    Jobs supported
  • Early 2021

    Start date

    Early 2022

    End date

This project will complete missing sections of the Kwinana Freeway Principal Shared Path (PSP) between Mount Henry Bridge and Leach Highway, including grade separation at Cranford Avenue.

500 metres of new shared path will be constructed between Leach Highway and Cranford Avenue, with an underpass at Cranford Avenue, as well as 500 meters of upgraded path between Cranford Avenue and Mount Henry Bridge.

The project will improve network connectivity, safety and convenience for people walking and riding.


  • Improved shared path facilities alongside Kwinana Freeway
  • Provision of a safe route for people riding and walking in the area
  • New lighting, wayfinding signs, pavement markings and landscaping
  • Completion of final gap in Kwinana Freeway PSP

Project map

This map shows an aerial view of the project location.
Project work area

Detour options

  • Shared path detours

    Cyclists and pedestrians are advised the Kwinana Freeway shared path will be closed at Leach Highway, between Bull Creek train station and Selway Road, from Friday 5 to Friday 26 November 2021*.

    A signed detour (pictured below) will be in place via the northbound freeway off-ramp, crossing Leach Highway at the traffic signals and rejoining Selway Road.

    The current shared path closure between Cranford Avenue and Shirley Avenue will also remain in place until late January 2022*. This will facilitate resurfacing of the existing path and other completion works.

    Please plan ahead and allow extra time for your journey.

    * dates subject to change

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