Historical photos of Kingston wanted
We want to see your ‘back-in-the-day’ shots of shopping strips, train stations, beaches, and fashionable locals in the suburbs from Cheltenham to Carrum.
Colour in Carrum competition for little locals
Exciting news: we’re running a colouring competition these September school holidays for Carrum kids.
Veterans in Construction at Carrum
To support Australian veterans transitioning into new industries, we have recruited Veterans in Construction (ViC) – a local social enterprise – to work on our new Carrum Station.
Carrum construction blitz wraps up!
Thank you for your patience while we worked around the clock in Carrum in July.
Your new Carrum Station
The new station design is based on community feedback to enhance Carrum’s bayside village feel and respond to coastal weather conditions.
Getting it done in Carrum
Carrum Station is now closed and demolition works are underway in preparation for the new rail bridge and modern station.
Aboriginal designs take flight in Carrum
Residents will have noticed the 12-metre-high ‘urban marker’ take shape over the past couple of weeks. With the final feature, an aluminium frame with wedge-tailed eagle designs, installed earlier thi
Cheerio for now Carrum
Station staff at Carrum recently shared some of their favourite memories ahead of the station closing this Saturday, so that works can progress.
Upcoming action in Carrum
Major works are ramping up to make Carrum safer and less congested. To get the job done safely, there will be road and rail changes in the area.
Upcoming disruptions in Carrum
To enable works to progress there will be changes to the way you travel around the area in March and April.
Major works to kick off in Carrum
Carrum is set to farewell three dangerous and congested level crossings with major works starting in the beach side suburb soon.
Call for members: Carrum Stakeholder Liaison Group
The Level Crossing Removal Project is establishing a Stakeholder Liaison Group (SLG) as a way to share information with the community and answer questions on construction activities.
As we wrap up work on Karrum Karrum Bridge , our attention is turning to the removal of the level crossings in Carrum.
Station Street bridge opens ahead of schedule
For the first time ever, Carrum and Bonbeach residents are now able to drive along Station Street without having to detour onto the Nepean Highway, something locals have been wanting for decades.
Name the new bridge
The new Station Street road bridge which connects Carrum and Bonbeach will be open to traffic from 22 September and we are asking the community to get involved in choosing a name.
Thanks for your feedback on the Carrum revitalisation
The final round of community consultation on the Carrum revitalisation is now closed. We would like to thank the local community for getting involved and providing feedback to help shape the area.
Taking safety seriously
The Level Crossing Removal Authority’s emphasis on safety paid off this week.
Patterson River bridge opens early for snapper season
With work on the Patterson River road bridge progressing well, we’re pleased to let you know the bridge will open to traffic by the end of September – in time for snapper season.
Early works kick off in Carrum
The first borehole was drilled on Monday morning to investigate subsurface soil, rock, and groundwater conditions. Along Station Street you’ll be able to spot a drilling rig and suction truck.
Carrum revitalisation – join the conversation
As well as removing the level crossings at Station Street and Eel Race Road in Carrum and Mascot Avenue, Bonbeach we are transforming Carrum into a modern, connected and vibrant bayside suburb.
On track for snapper season
As we head into snapper season, construction of the Station Street bridge over Patterson River is on track.
Youth representatives discuss Carrum revitalisation
A recent forum gave young people in Carrum an opportunity to provide their input and help shape the upcoming Carrum Revitalisation works.
Outlook good for social enterprise
Outlook social enterprise promotes inclusion by bringing dignity, empowerment and choice to workers.
Keeping residents in Carrum and Seaford informed
A full house of more than 50 residents visited Patterson River Secondary College in May to learn more about the Seaford and Carrum level crossing removal projects.
Removing Frankston Line Level Crossings
Works will start in Carrum and Seaford in early 2018, with our construction partners announced today.
New beach promenade in the heart of Carrum unveiled
A massive $50 million investment to revitalise Carrum has been unveiled, which will transform the bayside suburb as part of the level crossing removal project.