List of every road closure around New South Wales as floods ravage the state

Northern NSW:

• Between Coopernook and Cundletown – one lane of the Pacific Highway is open in each direction.

• Vehicles are being escorted through the area in very limited numbers and under a reduced speed limit

• Between Glenthorne and Taree – Manning River Drive is closed over the Martin Bridge

• Between Walcha and Gloucester – Thunderbolts Way is closed

• At Krambach – The Bucketts Way is closed between Saxbys Road and Roys Road

• At Failford – Failford Road is closed between the Pacific Highway and The Lakes Way

• The Oxley Highway is closed between Sancrox and Long Flat, as well as between Walcha and Mount Seaview

• Between Macksville and Nambucca Heads – Giinagay Way is closed between the Pacific Highway and Edgewater Drive

• Between Thora and Dorrigo Mountain – Waterfall Way is closed

• At Corindi Beach – Solitary Islands Way is closed between Blackadder Road and Coral Street

• Between Bangalow and Lismore – Lismore Road/Bangalow Road has reopened at Binna Burra

Hunter and Central Coast:


• At Singleton – the Golden Highway is closed between Range Road and New England Highway

• Between Cliftleigh and Gillieston Heights – Main Road/Cessnock Road is closed between Avery Lane and Russell Street

• At Charmhaven – the Pacific Highway is closed between Lowana Avenue and Costa Avenue

Public Transport

• On the Central Coast & Newcastle Line – buses are replacing trains between Newcastle Interchange and Morriset due to flooding at Cockle Creek.

• On the Hunter Line – buses are replacing trains between Newcastle Interchange, Maitland and Dungog/Scone due to flooding

Sydney’s West and North West:


• At Penrith – Castlereagh Road is closed between Thornton Drive and Jane Street

• At Windsor:

• Windsor Bridge is closed between Macquarie Street and Wilberforce Road

• Windsor Road is closed between Pitt Town Road and Court Street

• Macquarie Street is closed between Brabyn Street and Bell Street

• At North Richmond – North Richmond Bridge is closed

• At Yarramundi – Yarramundi Bridge is closed

• At Colo – Colo River Bridge is closed

• At Clarendon – Hawkesbury Valley Way is closed between Moses Street and just west of Percival Street

• At Pitt Town – Pitt Town Road is closed between Saunders Road and Glebe Road

• At Riverstone – Garfield Road West is closed between West Parade and Carnarvon Road

• At Wilberforce – Wilberforce Road is closed between Freemans Reach Road and Rose Street

• Between Cattai and South Maroota – Wisemans Ferry Road is closed across the Cattai Creek Bridge between Mitchell Park Road and Sackville Ferry Road

• Between Bell and Mount Tomah – Bells Line of Road is closed in both directions

Public Transport

• Busways services in the Hawkesbury, Penrith and Blacktown area are not operating today due to flooding

• On the T1 Western Line – buses are replacing trains between Schofields and Richmond due to flooding

•The buses cannot access Vineyard, Mulgrave, Clarendon and East Richmond stations due to road closures caused by flooding.

• Buses are replacing F3 ferries between Meadowbank, Rydalmere and Parramatta due to the Parramatta Weir overflowing at Parramatta and strong currents at Rydalmere

Sydney’s North:

• Between North Narrabeen and Oxford Falls – Wakehurst Parkway is closed

• At Oxford Falls – Oxford Falls Road is closed between Wakehurst Parkway and Aroona Road

Sydney’s South: 

• Audley Weir is closed in the Royal National Park

• At Menangle Park – Menangle Road is closed over the Nepean River

• At Douglas Park – Douglas Park Drive (causeway) is closed between Moreton Park Road and Mitchell Place 

State’s South:

• The Illawarra Highway is closed at Macquarie Pass as well as at Albion Park (between Tongarra Road and Croome Lane)

• Between Mittagong and Bowral – Mittagong/Bowral Road has reopened between Old Bowral Road and Kangaloon Road

State’s West 

• In Nyngan – The Mitchell Highway is closed between the Barrier Highway and Paynes Road

Manly local roads in these affected areas are also closed – motorists are advised to check with their local councils.


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