Foxground & Berry Bypass
Ecodynamics work with local landcare groups to re-establish an 11 kilometre section of Rainforest that had been cleared when the area was originally settled.
Foxground & Berry Bypass
New South Wales
Hydromulching
New South Wales
South Australia
Victoria
Blowing
Hydromulching
Hydroseeding
Landscaping
Materials
Nursery
Working closely with Fulton Hogan to engineer a solution specifically for the Foxground & Berry bypass, hydromulching provided an immediate, positive impact, both environmentally and aesthetically.
Location Foxground and Berry bypass is a 12.5km upgrade of the Princes Highway on NSW’s South Coast
Project completion May, 2018

The $580 million Foxground and Berry bypass is a 12.5km upgrade of the Princes Highway on NSW’s South Coast. As the largest infrastructure project the South Coast region has undertaken, the new road bypasses the existing Princes Highway at Foxground and the town of Berry.

In collaboration with landcare groups who supplied locally collected seed, Ecodynamics were able to incorporate the harvested seeds the Hydromulch mixes, including some rarer rainforest species.

With work being undertaken in a high rainfall, sensitive environmental area, Ecodynamics were able to stabilise and revegetate immediately after topsoiling had been completed, preventing erosion and runoff from entering waterways.

Our Hydromulching solution provided an immediate, positive environmental and aesthetic impact, preventing erosion and runoff from entering waterways.

The establishment of vegetation on this project within 2 years has exceeded expectations, leaving a lasting legacy for local residents and those travelling on the Bypass to enjoy.

Landscape Architect
Tract
Builder
Fulton Hogan
Client
Fulton Hogan
Hydromulching