Road and facility closures


Road and facility closures 

Find out which roads, bridges, parks, roads, and wetlands are closed or disrupted. 

The road network has suffered significant damage with large potholes and sections of road badly impacted. Crews are prioritising high volume roads and areas where damage is a safety issue.  

Please do not drive through road closed signs. These signs are in place as we are unsure of the condition and safety of the road. 

Ensure you drive to the conditions of the road as they may be damaged by water. 

Real-time traffic conditions are available online at the VicRoads website or via the VicTraffic mobile app. 

Please report road issues to Council (if it is a Council-managed road) by calling (03) 5772 0333.  

For issues relating to roads managed by VicRoads, please call 13 11 70. For a list of roads in Murrindindi Shire that are managed by VicRoads, click here. 

Closed roads

The following roads are currently closed:

  • Acheron Way
  • Breakaway Road, Acheron - at the Goulburn River
  • Molesworth-Dropmore Road
  • Snobs Creek Road, Thornton



The following bridges are currently closed:

  • Breakaway Bridge, Acheron

The following areas have a temporary bridge in place to allow for local light vehicle access: 

  • Forest Road, Flowerdale 
  • Nashs Road, Yea 



Parks, reserves and wetlands

A number of National Parks, State Forests and Reserves within Murrindindi Shire are closed or have restrictions in place for camping or visiting. 

The Yea Wetlands are closed (Yea Wetlands Discovery Centre remains open) and some sections of the Great Victorian Rail Trail have been impacted, with works scheduled to occur. 

For latest information from Parks Victoria please see: 

• Cathedral Range State Park - 

• Kinglake National Park - 

• Lake Eildon National Park - 

For more information on restrictions in State Forests visit Forest and road closures visit or call the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action (DEECA) on 136 186. 

Where closures are not in place, remain cautious of changing weather conditions and the impact these can have on tracks, roads, river crossings and trees.