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Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) - Forest Fire Management are conducting road works to the Circuit Road and No. 3 Road.
The first works area is from Howqua Gap to Bindaree Rd.
Refer to the Mt Stirling Latest News page for updates and dates of planned closures.http://bit.ly/CircuitRd-RoadClosures
The Northern side of Circuit Road can be used as an alternative and all other roads / sites will remain open as normal. Corn Hill Logging Track remains closed for the foreseeable future.
If you have any queries, please direct them to the DELWP Mansfield Office (03) 5733 1200
The following Village Roads will be closed for safe passage for Mountain High Fun Run competitors:
The following mountain bike trails will be closed Saturday 20th April, 9:15am - 11:30am to allow for safe passage of the Mountain High Fun Run participants:
During special events at Mt Buller such as road cycling or car rallies there are sometimes closures to the Mt Buller Tourist Road.
We post all planned closures and special event notices here, so please check back for updates.
The Mt Buller Tourist Road is a winding alpine road and although beautiful it requires careful driving. Please take it easy on the road and share the road with cyclists, wombats, kangaroos, lyre birds and other road users. If you are driving slowly please take advantage of the pull over spots along the road to allow other drivers to overtake.
For further information contact Mt Buller Mt Stirling Resort Management 03 5777 6077 / email@example.com
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