The Guyra Lamb and Potato Festival
The Guyra Lamb and Potato Festival is an annual event that occurs adjacent to the New England Highway in Guyra between Wednesday 16 Jan – Sunday 27 January 2019. In conjunction with the event, Bradley Street between Ollera and Mackenzie Street, will be closed on Saturday 26 January between 6.30am and 3.30pm.
The Armidale Campdraft
The Armidale Campdraft is an annual event which will occur from 25, 26 & 27 January 2019. Council has been once again requested to install a temporary road closure of Canambe Street between Dumaresq and Kirkwood Street from 7am until 6pm for the safety of contenders, stock and the general public.
The closure will be in place during day and will be removed and Canambe will be opened during the evening for normal traffic flow.
New England Festival
Armidale Regional Council New England Festival Parade route for Saturday 16 March 2019, commencing in Beardy Street between Ohio and Allingham Street and following Beardy Street to Dangar Street, left into Moore St, left in Faulkner Street, left into Dumaresq Street and finishing in Dumaresq Street at the Monckton Pool car park for safe dismantling.
Further road closure request for the amusement ride people to safely bump in and out and to provide public access and safety to the amusements rides in Curtis Park in Faulkner Street between Kirkwood and Dumaresq Streets from Friday 15 March from 7am to 7am on Sunday 17 March 2019.
New England Highway roundabout
Council is constructing a new roundabout on the New England Highway, approximately 5km south of Armidale, to provide access to a proposed industrial subdivision and safer access to the Armidale Regional Airport Terminal.
The two-lane reinforced concrete roundabout will significantly improve traffic flows and safety for motorists on the highway and airport entrance and will include provision for future development on adjacent private land.
There will be some temporary traffic changes to ensure the work zone is safe.Traffic flow through the work site during construction will be limited to 40kph but generally there will be little requirement to stop traffic travelling on the New England Highway.Speed restrictions will be in place for the safety of workers, motorists and other road users. All motorists are advised to allow extra travel time.
Work began in March 2018.
The $3.2 million project is jointly funded by Armidale Regional Council ($1.2 million), Roads and Maritime Services NSW ($1 million) and the Federal Government ($1 million).
For enquiries, contact Council’s Customer Contact Centre on 1300 136833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Published on 17 Jul 2017