Direct access to the Northern Connector

Direct access to the Northern Connector

Brookmont is located on the corner of Curtis Road an the Northern Expressway in Andrews Farm.

Originally Curtis Road was a major east-to-west connector road that had been constructed in the 1970’s and over time has been continuously developed and upgraded as the northern suburbs have increasingly expanded over the last 25 years.

The Northern Expressway was a $565 million Federal and State Government nation building infrastructure project and claims to be the largest Government project delivered in South Australia within the last 65 years. The Northern Expressway commenced its construction between September 2008 and September 2010 and is now a 23 kilometre controlled access road from Gawler to Port Wakefield Road.

The Northern Expressway has been built into a four-lane standard road, providing a faster route between Adelaide and Gawler and allowing freight vehicles to avoid residential areas by going straight to Port Wakefield Road and onto the Port River Expressway, increasing traffic flow. It has provided significant economic benefits to improve traffic conditions for local residents as well as making roads safer by reducing freight traffic.

Northern Connector Corridor

In early 2008, the State Government announced plans for another major Northern Connector; an eight-lane connector road linking the Northern Expressway, South Road Superway and Port River Expressway. According to the Government, the current roadway will not be able to handle the projected number of vehicles that will need to use the road or cater for the size of freight carriers wanting to travel through, thus creating the Northern Connector project.

The Northern Connecter project begun its construction in 2016 and is expected to be completed in December 2019, compromising $985 million of Australia’s Federal and State Government investment. The project involves the construction of a 15.5 kilometre six–lane motorway which will provide a vital commuter and freight link from the North to the South, as well as across to Port Adelaide.

The major road infrastructure between the new Northern Connector and the established expressways now provide a safe and efficient transport route for employment, recreation or leisurely activities. The new motorway will support regional growth within the north and economic sustainability, more efficient road travel, improved safety and environmentally sustainable outcomes.

Map of all of the connectors through the North of Adelaide

Brookmont is benefiting from the Northern Expressway and Northern Connector, with faster and safer traffic flows. Being in the heart of Andrews Farm, Brookmont is only 45 minutes north of the Adelaide CBD and 25 minutes south of the Barossa. Andrews Farm has experienced high rates of capital growth over the past 25 years, and with Adelaide’s new Northern Connector coming onboard, this can only mean positive things for your home in the New North at Brookmont.

With allotments prices ranging from $127k – $183k and all of Adelaide’s leading builders on display, your new lifestyle opportunity awaits you.  Choose from 10m, 12m, 15m, and 18m wide allotments that are all 30m plus deep, giving you plenty of room to build on but also enough space to enjoy a backyard or that office space of which you’ve always dreamt. Brookmont is a master planned project with landscaped reserves, streetscape and walking trails. The allotments are flat and easy to build on. With great access to the new Northern Connector and Northern Expressway. We call this Brookmont – the New North, where your opportunities are endless.

Come and see for yourself, with our Sales Gallery and Display Village open every Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 1-5pm. – located on the corner of Curtis Road and Andrews Road, Andrews Farm.

Enquire with us today.

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