Rickard Avenue Street Improvements

Image of Rickard Avenue with temporary concrete barriers, installed late 2019.

Rickard Avenue is a quiet, residential street in Bondi Beach.  Until late 2019, it was open to two-way traffic.  In October 2019, temporary concrete barriers were installed to trial changes to traffic flow and in turn improve safety. We are now proposing a more permanent solution, which would include the construction of a cul-de-sac as well as greening of the local area.

The proposed improvements for Rickard Avenue include:

  • Putting in a permanent cul-de-sac to close through traffic while making it safer for local residents and cyclists merging onto Lamrock Avenue
  • Improving the community feel by increasing public green space, planting seven news trees and including additional seating
  • Installing a new raingarden with water sensitive urban design principles and improving flood management
  • Installing new sections of footpath with cyclist ramps.

To comment on our proposed design for Rickard Avenue, please submit your feedback between 7 March – 27 March 2022, through one of the following methods:

We expect construction work to start in May 2022 and for it to take four weeks to complete, weather permitting.

For the latest project information, visit Have Your Say.

Need more information?

Herbert Lam

Project Manager,  Major Projects

9083 8000

majorprojects@waverley.nsw.gov.au