The Pacific Highway upgrade between Ballina and Woologgolga covers 155km, where does all the material come from?
The Pacific Highway upgrade between Ballina and Woologgolga covers 155km, where does all the material come from? Adam Hourigan

WATCH: Explosions and drilling to build new highway

THE Woolgoolga to Ballina project will upgrade about 155 kilometres of highway at a cost of $4.3 billion.

The project starts about six kilometres north of Woolgoolga and ends approximately six kilometres south of Ballina.

Where does the material come from to build such an huge project?

This video from Roads and Maritime Services answers that question.



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