Dublin Saleyard
Access Upgraded

Dublin Saleyard
Access Upgraded

We are supporting regional economic growth by upgrading access to the Dublin Saleyard as part of a $3 billion investment in regional roads.

What we've done

The Marshall Liberal Government is investing close to $3 billion to build new roads in our regions and improve the maintenance of existing ones.

This includes delivering the $11 million Dublin Saleyard Access Upgrade Project which supports our state’s livestock industry by providing direct access for large freight vehicles to the South Australian Lifestock Exchange (Dublin Saleyards).

We have upgraded the Port Wakefield Highway junction with Carslake Road, widened Carslake Road and upgraded the entrance to the Dublin Saleyards.

After years of Labor neglect, regional South Australians finally have a government that is creating jobs and improving infrastructure and services in the regions.

This project is part of our record $17.9 billion Building What Matters infrastructure program which is creating thousands of jobs and improving the lives of South Australians.

What it means for you

  • More connected, safer roads and communities
  • Better freight access for businesses
  • More local jobs

Policy snapshot

  • We have completed an $11 million Dublin Saleyard Access Upgrade Project to support our state’s livestock industry.
  • We have upgraded the roads around the Dublin Saleyard to provide direct access for large freight vehicles.
  • Part of our record $17.9 billion Building What Matters infrastructure program
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We are supporting regional economic growth by upgrading access to the Dublin Saleyard as part of a $3 billion investment in regional roads.

We are supporting regional economic growth by upgrading access to the Dublin Saleyard as part of a $3 billion investment in regional roads.