Road reseal and rehabilitation program
  • Last updated:
  • 02 Jan 2020

Council maintains more than 2200 kilometres of roads across the region through its Road Reseal and Rehabilitation Program to ensure they are safe for motorists.

Through this program, council repairs road failures, improves the road surface, and renews line marking - all to ensure the region has safe and high quality local roads.

In 2018/19 the $19 million program includes more than 47 kilometres across 114 roads. 

Schedule of work

Council aims to provide an accurate time frame for work being conducted in your area. The schedule provided will be updated regularly. 

Wet weather and subsurface conditions can have an impact on the schedule of work and is subject to change at any time.

For upcoming road maintenance work refer to the schedule of work program.


View the videos below for examples of what to expect if a road in your area is being improved.

More details are also available in the program fact sheet[598KB].


Safety is council's top priority. Please slow down, drive carefully and follow all traffic directions to help keep everyone safe, including road workers.

As part of the Road Reseal and Rehabilitation Program, cycling infrastructure is constructed or upgraded. 

To learn more on what cycle symbols and cycle lanes mean and tips on sharing roads and pathways safely visit council's Cycle Safety.

More information

If you would like more information on the Rehabilitation and Reseal Program please contact council's customer service centre.