Mt Victory Rd will open Friday 18th November
The Department of Transport is managing a construction project to realign a section of Mount Victory Road impacted by a landslip.
While excavation works were underway, a section of Mt Victory Road has been closed to traffic between the intersections of Wonderland Road and Silverband Road.
The rock excavation works are almost completed and on Friday 18 November by 5pm, Mt Victory Road will be reopened to shuttle flow traffic while the realignment works continue. Speed restrictions and traffic management will be in place for safe travel.
The full realignment works are expected to be completed by mid-December 2022.
If you are planning to detour this closure using unsealed roads within the park, please note that these roads are very slippery and rough due to on-going wet weather. Parks Victoria recommends 4WD vehicles on unsealed roads during the closure.
Access to Wonderland Carpark
During the Mt Victory Rd closure, access to Wonderland Carpark will be available from Halls Gap, however this carpark will be extremely busy with limited parking. Parks Victoria recommends that caravans and large buses should not enter this area due to limited parking and turning space
For further information on walking in the Grampians National Park or how to access other areas in the park during these works, please call into Brambuk the National Park Centre in Halls Gap or a local Visitor Information Centre.
When Parks Victoria open the Mt Victory Rd? Once earthworks are complete, Mt Victory Road will reopen to one lane as crews continue work. Traffic management will be in place to safely guide vehicles through the site in both directions. We’re sure there will be long delays. We’ve been told that realignment works will be completed by mid-December 2022. Stay tuned. Please plan ahead when travelling and visit Regional Roads Victoria website for further project information.
For ongoing updates about these changes, please visit the Regional Roads Victoria page https://regionalroads.vic.gov.au/map/grp_resurface_fye22/mt-victory-road-halls-gap
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While staying in the area, check out the accommodation, dining and activities that can be done at Grampians Tourism.