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Stay informed about changes to Western Sydney Parklands ahead of the upcoming M12 Motorway project.

Roads and Maritime is planning the M12 Motorway as part of the $4.1 billion Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan on behalf of the Australian and NSW Governments.

The new motorway will provide direct access to the Western Sydney International Airport at Badgerys Creek and connect to Sydney’s motorway network.

A portion of the Parklands adjacent to Elizabeth Drive will be used to construct the M12 Motorway. This will change access to areas of the Parklands south of the proposed M12 during the construction, and may also change access arrangements post-construction.

The main Western Sydney Parklands facilities that will be relocated prior to the construction of the M12 Motorway are the International Shooting Centre, which may have changed access, and Wylde Mountain Bike Facilities, which will be redesigned and relocated within a similar area of the Parklands. Western Sydney Parklands Trust is working with Roads and Maritime Services to ensure that the final design of the M12 Motorway caters for these facilities into the future.

In addition, the redesigned Wylde Mountain Bike Trail will not impact on planned future recreation areas at Cecil Hills as outlined in the Southern Parklands Framework. 

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