Transforming the Werribee landscape at Werribee and Cherry Streets. Wamarra delivered the landscaping packages within the Werribee Street and Cherry Street level crossing removal projects.
Whether we’re building recreational spaces, playgrounds or parks, creating walkways and garden paths lined with blooming bushes and luscious greenery, our landscaping construction helps communities everywhere get the most out of their spaces.



Wamarra has delivered on another major Level Crossing Removal Project, further strengthening the profile of Aboriginal employees in the construction industry.

Carrying out community consultation, which helped to shape the designs and native landscaping for the brand new recreational and multi-purpose public spaces at Girdwood Avenue and Woorayl Street Reserve. Wamarra built 27 new car parking spaces along Egan Street to encourage local commuters, shoppers and residents to shop locally and support the local businesses of Carnegie.


We constructed our first car park at Cardinia Road Station in Pakenham, as part of the Cardinia Road Level Crossing Removal Project. We’ve installed an additional 300 spaces at the bustling precinct to accommodate much needed parking infrastructure. The new carpark also includes six accessible parking spots, CCTV, lighting and footpaths making travel safer and more convenient for drivers.

This milestone project was delivered using internal resources, with specialist packages subcontracted to specialist trades. Scope of works delivered internally includes demolition works, earthworks, subgrade preparation, drainage, pavements, shared user paths, and landscaping preparation.


Wamarra were engaged to undertake a soft landscaping scope of works within the Bell to Moreland Level Crossing Removal Project.  We undertook the softscape work (gardens and lawns) by Symal, integrating into their team whilst they constructed the hardscape works (basketball court, skate park, seating etc.). One of the many jobs where Wamarra work alongside Symal on the same site to provide community and social benefits.


Wamarra has delivered site establishment and compound works for Stage 2 of the Monash Freeway Upgrade, a $761 million project funded by the Australian and Victorian Governments.

The upgrade will include 36 kilometres of new lanes to the Monash Freeway, upgrading the Beaconsfield interchange with new freeway ramps, the extension and widening of O’Shea Road and the roll out of the Freeway Lane Management System to better manage traffic flows.

Contracted to construction partner Symal, Wamarra delivered site establishment works including civil works, hardstand, plant, concreting and covered walkways.


As part of the Victorian Government Level Crossing Removal Project, a new rail bridge will be built to remove the Hallam Road level crossing to improve the safety of commuters.

Wamarra delivered the site compound works as a part of the Hallam Station Project. We provided the design and build of the temporary structure, concrete paving, covered walkways and access stairs and decking. Wamarra was engaged to perform additional works following the completion of the project scope.


The Chisholm Road Prison Project is a part of the government’s commitment to improve community safety. The new maximum-security prison is expected to provide $279 million in direct economic benefits and create ongoing jobs in the Greater Geelong region.

In February 2020, Wamarra was engaged to deliver site establishment works at the Chisholm Road Prison project on behalf of John Holland and various civil works for Symal.

All our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers are engaged in various works across the duration of this project until mid-2021.

Project features include establishing one main compound and two separate satellite compounds. Wamarra also provided access to plant and operators, plumbing and electrical, managed resources, and was engaged to perform additional works following the completion of the project scope.


Connecting Tarneit Road and Princes Highway, the new road bridge over the rail line provides a safer connection, effectively removing the level crossing at Cherry Street, Werribee as part of the Victorian Government Level Crossing Removal Project.

For each tree removed during the level crossing removal project, two are being planted to help protect the environment and reduce the impact on local wildlife. The local community will also enjoy new pathways and outdoor areas once our team is done.


Supporting population growth in the western suburbs, the Victorian Government’s $34.9 million investment in the Sunshine Hospital emergency department redevelopment will help treat an extra 59,000 patients each year.

Wamarra was contracted to complete the construction of the car park, plus landscaping works. The project delivered new public footpaths and road pavements, underground pipework, and line marking.

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