Updated 26 September 2016
A small section of the Great Ocean Road between Separation Creek and Wye River remains closed to through traffic, however, all towns on the Great Ocean Road can be reached, either from the east or west, and are open for business.
Some speed and traffic management is in place at a number of locations.
Visitors wanting to travel the length of the Great Ocean Road, can travel through to Lorne then detour inland along the C151 and then down the C119 through Forrest to Apollo Bay to continue their journey. Although this adds an additional 40km, this route takes you through the Great Otway National Park a haven for wildlife and home to amazing waterfalls.
Accredited visitor information centres can assist in helping you plan your journey.
Take extra care on the road – drive to conditions and be aware of road hazards such as mud, debris, damaged roads and bridges. Check the VicRoads website VicTraffic for road condition updates and any road closures.
Information on park and walking track closures is available at parkweb.vic.gov.au