Line Marking Sydney - AllState LineMarking Services

At Allstate line marking, we are constantly looking for new ways to improve our leading market position when it comes to enhanced efficiency and quality of work. Internationally sourcing and custom building our trucks, trailers and hand units has allowed us to combine the right machinery, skilled operators and experience to accommodate any size and type of project.


Woolgoolga bypass project


The Sapphire to Woolgoolga bypass project is a 25 kilometre upgrade of the Pacific Highway divided into a dual carriageway from Campbell Close in Sapphire to Arrawarra Beach Road, Arrawarra. Awarded to a joint venture between Leighton Contractors and Fulton Hogan Pty Ltd, construction on the project began in August 2010 and is expected to be completed by 2014. The $705 million upgrade will improve road safety by providing an alternate, uninterrupted highway traffic flow between Sapphire and Woolgoolga, alleviating local traffic congestion as a part of the Pacific Highway Upgrading Program. 30 bridges or bridge sized structures, including new and replacement bridges over existing creeks, underpasses and overpasses, as well as the construction of five new interchanges at Sapphire, Moonee Beach, Emerald Beach, south Woolgoolga, and Arrawarra are key features of the project.