Two Community Liaison Groups have been established for the construction phase of the West Gate Tunnel Project, covering the western and northern areas of the project.

The Community Liaison Groups are an avenue for community members to understand what’s happening during construction, share local information and help support the project’s community engagement activities.

The West group covers suburbs generally within Hobsons Bay, Wyndham and Brimbank local government areas. The North group is for Maribyrnong and Melbourne local government areas.

The West and North Community Liaison Groups’ meetings are held on alternate months. The groups’ introductory meeting was held on 12 June 2018. This followed expressions of interest that were invited in March 2018.

Information about the Community Liaison Groups and minutes will be published on this webpage.

Details about the groups’ members will also be available on this webpage, including how you can get in touch with them.

To find out more about the Community Liaison Groups, please read the Terms of Reference (PDF 238KBDOCX 411KB).

If you have any questions about the Community Liaison Groups, please call 1800 105 105. Enquiries for community representatives can be sent to

Meeting documents

Meeting Date Presentation Minutes
5 – North 11 October 2018 PDF 3.58MB
4 – West 5 September 2018 PDF 4.3MB PDF 336 KB
3 – North 2 August 2018 PDF 4.3MB  PDF 317KB
2 – West 18 July 2018 PDF 5.19MB  PDF 314KB
1 – Joint introduction 12 June 2018 PDF 3.38MB  PDF 326KB

Community representatives

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West: Hobsons Bay, Wyndham & Brimbank

Representative Suburb Photo
Kevin Redfern – Seabrook Kevin has lived in Seabrook for 15 years and is a frequent user of the freeway to the city and eastern suburbs. He is a volunteer with local school and Werribee hospital.
Philip Auciello – Brooklyn Philip lives in Brooklyn and is a long serving member of the Altona North Cricket Club. He is most interested in the improved roads that will decrease congestion and take trucks off the surrounding local streets.
Adam Vincenzini – Altona North Adam recently moved to Altona North because of the improving transport links to the area. He is most interested in public space created by the project.
Michael Kwon Sin Koy – Point Cook Michael became interested in the project as he believes that it will enhance mobility and benefit the community at large. He says that the CLG can facilitate feedback to and from the local community.
Denise Fry – Atona North Denise lives in Altona North and has been a resident there for 15 years. She has a young family and travels across the West Gate Bridge for work.
Marlon de Leon – Tarneit Marlon migrated from the Philippines in 2008 as a skilled migrant and has chosen to live in Tarneit. He is currently working for a not-for-profit community organisation based in Footscray. He speaks Tagalog (Filipino) as well as English.
James Cox – Avondale Heights James is interested in the project’s impact on both the local and overall traffic network during and following completion. He has experience as a business analyst in the financial sector.

Additional representatives from BayWest Bicycle User Group, Bicycle Network Victoria, Friends of Lower Kororoit Creek, Friends of Stony Creek, LeadWest, Maribyrnong Truck Action Group (MTAG), RACV, Victorian Transport Association (VTA), Brimbank City Council, Hobsons Bay City Council and Wyndham City Council.

North: Maribyrnong & Melbourne

Representative Suburb Photo
Matt Monger – Docklands Matt is a highly experienced Quality and Project Manager specialising in commercial and risk management for construction. He has wide experience in major, complex and government projects.
Victor Ng – Seddon Victor moved to Seddon with over 10 years’ professional experience in urban planning. He is an active member of the Yarraville Glory Soccer Club as well as a multicultural church in the CBD and a volunteer in the inner west.
Tony Le-Nguyen – Footscray Tony is a local resident and a secondary school teacher. He is passionate about developments that will change the way we live and travel.
Sarah Grace – Yarraville Sarah lives in Yarraville with her young family. She thinks the project will be a vital new east/west connection and will be important in reducing the number of trucks from local streets, improving the health and safety of the community, especially for our children.
Nathan Hang – Kensington Nathan is a young resident of Kensington and frequent commuter on the West Gate Bridge. He is an active member of his community and most interested in the work taking place near the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail and Footscray Road.
Con Frescos – Yarraville Con is a local resident for over 50 years and has always been active on local issues that affect Yarraville. He is most interested in the project’s construction impact on the community.

Additional representatives from Bicycle Network Victoria, Concerned Locals of Yarraville, North and West Melbourne Association, Kensington Association, Friends of Moonee Ponds Creek, LeadWest, Maribyrnong Truck Action Group (MTAG), RACV, Victorian Transport Association (VTA), City of Melbourne and Maribyrnong City Council.

Previous Community Liaison Group (planning phase)

The previous Community Liaison Group was formed specifically for the project’s planning phase. It met on 20 occasions from April 2016 to February 2018.

Members provided valuable feedback and input on the project throughout the planning and design phases, including the West Gate Freeway’s noise objectives, open space upgrades and other local matters.

Meeting minutes (planning phase)

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