Hallam North and Heatherton Road Upgrade Spend & Win Competition


The winners are as follows:

  • 1st prize - Karen N-T
  • 2nd prize -Tamer F
  • 3rd prize - Samantha B
  • 4th prize - Cameron R

Prize packs

  • 1st Prize: $1000 voucher booklet redeemable at participating stores
  • 2nd Prize: $200 Coles Express voucher and a free membership at Plus Fitness for one month
  • 3rd Prize: $200 United Petrol voucher and a free membership at F45 for one month
  • 4th Prize: Health hamper valued at $100

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions apply. Participants must be aged 18 years or over. Promotion starts 12.01am Monday 26 September and closes 11.59pm Monday 24 October 2022. Winners will be drawn on Monday 31 October October 2022 at the project site office at 100 Heatherton Road, Narre Warren North. Winners will be published on our Hallam North and Heatherton Road Upgrade Community page on Monday 31 October 2022.

Read the full terms and conditions on our Terms and conditions page.

Supporting businesses during construction

The business community plays an important role in generating and supporting economic prosperity for Victoria.

Please see our Supporting business fact sheet below for more information on how Major Road Projects Victoria is helping to support this growth by improving the State’s major road infrastructure.

Community engagement

The feedback we receive from the community and our stakeholders is important and is used to help inform some of our project decisions.

To provide feedback on the project contact us on 1800 105 105 or via email at contact@roadprojects.vic.gov.au.


In September and October 2018, we shared our proposed Hallam North and Heatherton Road Upgrade design.

Public consultation was promoted through a range of engagement activities including newspaper advertisements, social media advertisements, emails, a community pop up event and engagement with local councils. In addition, we sent out:

  • over 10,000 postcards
  • planning process letters to approximately 600 residential and commercial properties within 100 metres of the project area
  • letters to seven properties to inform impacted landowners and occupants that land acquisition of property they own may be required
  • letter to approximately 100 residential properties and one business abutting the project area to inform landowners and occupants that no land acquisition is expected
  • emails to 69 key stakeholders and project subscribers.

From the consultation, we received over 170 items of feedback to inform the proposed design.

Throughout 2019 and in early 2020 we door knocked local residents, distributed project updates and emails and attended local community events to continue raising awareness of the upgrade.

Our Design page summarises the design changes implemented as a result of community feedback.

Community updates

Fact sheets