WSFN has now received a signed Project Proposal Report by Hon Catherine King MP.

As such, the remainder current WSFN funding of up to $187.5 million is now accessible by the Shires who had works programmed for 2023/2024.

WSFN will be in touch with those Shires with future works for review and completion of associated paperwork before the end of September 2024.

Future funding for programs beyond the current $187.5 million will now be requested from the State and Federal governments to ensure that the needs of the Wheatbelt region is accommodated.

For further information and/or assistance, please contact our office.


The Wheatbelt Secondary Freight Network (WSFN) is a regional strategy to improve road freight safety and efficiency across the key transport routes that support the region’s major industries.

A jointly funded Program between the 42 Wheatbelt local governments and the State and Commonwealth Governments, the collaboration will see 4400km of high priority routes upgraded in a rolling program.