Transport Canberra and City Services

Tuggeranong Town Centre Upgrades

Image: Indicative artist impression once trees have matured

The ACT Government is continuing to breathe new life into Tuggeranong's Town Centre with a number of improvements completed/underway.

Anketell Street courtyard (Stage 1)

In November 2017 works were completed on the Anketell Street courtyard opposite South.Point shopping mall. These works removed the clutter and opened up the space with a new open paved area, street furniture, a feature light and more suitable tree species.

Anketell Street north (Stage 2)

Works got underway in January 2019 on the second stage of public realm improvements on Anketell Street and were completed in August 2019.

The improvements include:

  • a raised pedestrian zone and low speed traffic environment
  • off-road cycle lane
  • improvements to paved areas
  • tree replacement
  • better areas for outdoor dining
  • improved lighting
  • more furniture along the street.

Town Centre path upgrades

Missing links in the Tuggeranong Town Centre pedestrian path network will be completed with path improvements on Anketell Street, Reed Street and Soward Way. Site investigations and preliminary design will begin in February 2019.

Laneway connection to Lake Tuggeranong

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on a concept design for upgrades to the laneway connection to Lake Tuggeranong from September to November 2018.

The concept design shows the broad vision for a renewed space that is accessible, safe, useable and inviting; one that re-establishes visual connection to the lake, encourages people to move through easily and safely, as well as stop, enjoy the place and bring more vitality and commercial activity to Tuggeranong Town Centre.

For more information on this project visit YourSay.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

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