Labor politicians and community members turned out to support the call for a flyover intersection at Jervis Bay Road and the Princes Highway.
During her visit the NSW deputy opposition leader Yasmin Catley called out South Coast MP Shelley Hancock on her comments about the intersection.
"The community were of the understanding that there was going to be a flyover at this intersection," she said.
"I'm asking Shelley Hancock to step aside... she can have as many tea and scones as she likes but when it comes to traffic solutions as serious as these and as important as these we must make sure the experts make the decision."
However, Mrs Hancock said a flyover was still being considered.
"We have not dismissed a flyover, that is completely untrue," she said.
"I know taking to Transport NSW regularly they are continuing to look at three options.
"I'm convinced they'll come up with the best and safest option and if there are environmental concerns about a flyover then we'll address that at the time."
Liz Tooley from Vincentia Matters said the issue cuts across party lines.
"We come together on an issue like this because it is so important to the Bay and Basin community," Ms Tooley said.
"Our local members should be standing with us and saying I will support what the community wants.
"We are speaking loudly and clearly and have been doing that for now a couple of years.