Stage Two Chinatown works making good progress

Published on 08 February 2021


Construction work in Broome’s town centre continues, with Stage Two of the Chinatown Revitalisation Project on track.

A number of roads in Chinatown are being refreshed and rejuvenated, with the success of Stage One to be mirrored in the latest developments.

Both sides of Short Street are now being worked on and as such have restricted vehicle access, while work continues on Carnarvon Street North, meaning this area of the town centre is closed to cars also.

However, Napier Terrace has reopened to traffic.

The two-storey Paspaley Plaza car park can be accessed through Short Street West and is the ideal place to park to access Coles and the Post Office.

Access to a temporary car park has also been made available from Gray Street and the Northern end of town can be accessed from Dampier Terrace.

Shire of Broome deputy president Desiree Male said despite the inconvenience of construction, residents had plenty of options for parking and urged the community to support impacted local businesses.

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