We’ll build the new Mordialloc Freeway to link the Mornington Peninsula Freeway to the Dingley Bypass. This will create one continuous freeway from Frankston to Clayton.

Community engagement

The feedback we receive from the community and our stakeholders will be used to help inform project decisions. That’s why your involvement is important.

To see a summary of feedback we received in 2017, and how it has already helped inform project outcomes, view the Engagement Report (PDF, 977.8 KB).

There will also be many more opportunities to get involved and provide feedback, including through the Environment Effects Statement process, future community pop-up sessions, and our social media channels.

Community information sessions

Join us at our community information sessions to learn more about the 13 Environment Effects Statement (EES) studies, view the freeway design and find out how you can make a submission:

Mordialloc Freeway Info Hub
358 Boundary Road
Dingley Village

  • every Wednesday from 31 October to 12 December, 2pm to 7pm
  • Saturday, 17 November, 10am to 2pm
  • Saturday, 1 December, 10am to 2pm
  • Saturday, 8 December, 10am to 2pm

Community Reference Group

The Community Reference Group will represent the local community’s interests in the Mordialloc Freeway. The group’s representatives are:

  • Margaret Hunter
  • Lucinda Bertrum
  • Judith Sise
  • Mark Hardman
  • Scott Fothergill
  • Tim Moran
  • Phil Newman
  • Steve Quenette
  • Paul Cameron.

While the group will have no formal decision-making capacity, it will make sure the local community can learn more about the project. It offers us a local perspective and knowledge and will encourage discussions with residents, businesses and environmental groups.

We hold meetings with the group once every two months and meeting minutes will be publicly available.

Find more information about the group in the Community Reference Group Terms of Reference [PDF 391 Kb]

Project Info Hub

Our Info Hub in Dingley Village allows us to be close to the project and the local community. Call 1800 105 105 and make an appointment to visit us or go to our Contact page.

Keeping you updated

We’ll continue to update you on the project through our website, emails and letters to local residents and businesses.

Subscribe to regular email updates by registering on our Subscribe to updates page.

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