The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is undertaking a planning project for future improvement to the flood immunity of the Bruce Highway at Goorganga Plains and Myrtle Creek.
The project will plan and preserve the road corridor and investigate options to improve accessibility, efficiency and safety of the highway in this location, especially during wet weather events.
A business case for preferred options is expected to be completed by early 2023.
The project is not currently funded for design or construction.
The maps below show the following sections of the Bruce Highway that have been identified as priorities for flood immunity upgrades:
- Goorganga Plains – 12.5km section
- Myrtle Creek – 12.9km section
Have your say
TMR would like to know about your experience of wet weather impacts on the Bruce Highway between Goorganga Plains and Myrtle Creek and your feedback on preferred future flood immunity upgrades.
You can provide your comments by completing the survey below.
Your feedback will be considered as part of the planning process and will help TMR finalise the business case.
Submissions close 14 April 2023.