The intersection will connect Catalina Estate to the dual carriageway via Aviator Boulevard with traffic signals.
Tamala Park Regional Council (TPRC) commissioned the works and chairman Giovanni Italiano said the construction of the road was yet another example of the council’s commitment to provide the best possible infrastructure for residents.
‘The new road has come at an opportune time because of the rapid growth in Perth’s northern corridor,’ Mr Giovanni said.
The Clarkson estate is being developed by the TPRC and is project-managed and sold by Satterley Property Group.
‘With the redevelopment of the Ocean Keys Shopping Centre and the 24-home display village in Catalina nearing completion, the new intersection couldn’t come at a better time,’ chief executive Nigel Satterley said.
The speed limit approaching the intersection will remain at 80km/h on Marmion Avenue.