Point Stuart Access Road upgrades

The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics will be undertaking works to upgrade the Point Stuart Access Road.

This project is funded under the $50 million RecFishing Futures Program as part of the Northern Territory Government’s commitment to improving recreational fishing infrastructure in the Territory.

The scope includes the upgrading sections of approximately 12 kilometres of track to a graded road with culverts in low lying areas to improve access.

Access to Point Stuart is currently via the Shady Camp Road, with the last 29.1 kilometres currently as a two-wheel track.

The upgrade will enhance access for people towing boats in order to access fishing in nearby creeks and reefs in the Chambers and Finke Bays by allowing access at times where access is not currently available.

Works commenced in October 2021 and are ongoing.

Motorists are asked to adhere to all signage in the area with some road closures in place.

Point Stuart Access Road 2022


For further information, please contact Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics Program Director, Mark Taylor on 08 8946 5137 or email Mark.Taylor@nt.gov.au.

Last updated: 04 July 2022

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