Lismore Employment Lands Project

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The Lismore Employment Lands Project will commence in mid-2021 to construct the ‘missing’ section of Oliver Avenue between Holland Street and Pineapple Road to improve heavy vehicle access and open up more industrial land.

The project includes the following key elements (please refer to enlarged map):

  • Construction of the ‘Oliver Avenue link’, including a new bridge over Tucki Tucki Creek.
  • Construction of a new roundabout at the Oliver Avenue/Holland Street/Taylor Avenue intersection.
  • Modifications/upgrades to the existing roundabout at Bruxner Highway/Holland Street to facilitate B-double movements.
  • Construction of a new public carpark at Hepburn Park.
  • Filling of Council-owned land at 260 Oliver Ave to facilitate additional industrial lots.

Council has secured $11 million from the NSW Government and $2 million from the Federal Government for this project, with Council contributing funding of $1.17 million.


NSW Public Works Advisory has been engaged to manage the development of the detailed design and necessary environmental and planning reviews for this project. Council will undertake the construction once detailed designs are complete.

Construction will commence in September 2021 and will take approximately 12 months to complete.

You can ask staff a question online below or phone our Project Manager Aaron Hoffman on 1300 87 83 87.


The Lismore Employment Lands Project will commence in mid-2021 to construct the ‘missing’ section of Oliver Avenue between Holland Street and Pineapple Road to improve heavy vehicle access and open up more industrial land.

The project includes the following key elements (please refer to enlarged map):

  • Construction of the ‘Oliver Avenue link’, including a new bridge over Tucki Tucki Creek.
  • Construction of a new roundabout at the Oliver Avenue/Holland Street/Taylor Avenue intersection.
  • Modifications/upgrades to the existing roundabout at Bruxner Highway/Holland Street to facilitate B-double movements.
  • Construction of a new public carpark at Hepburn Park.
  • Filling of Council-owned land at 260 Oliver Ave to facilitate additional industrial lots.

Council has secured $11 million from the NSW Government and $2 million from the Federal Government for this project, with Council contributing funding of $1.17 million.


NSW Public Works Advisory has been engaged to manage the development of the detailed design and necessary environmental and planning reviews for this project. Council will undertake the construction once detailed designs are complete.

Construction will commence in September 2021 and will take approximately 12 months to complete.

You can ask staff a question online below or phone our Project Manager Aaron Hoffman on 1300 87 83 87.