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Asphalt works coming up

Asphalt works coming up

Monday 30 November 2020

Asphalt sealing and spray sealing works will be carried out during December, as part of Bass Coast Shire Council’s 2020/21 Capital Works Program.

These works are being rolled out on our road network in Wonthaggi, Inverloch, Woodleigh, Krowera and Grantville.

Renewal of road surfaces ensures that Council's network is sustainable and can continue to provide appropriate levels of service for road users well into the future.

The below table indicates the roads that will be targeted for this year’s asphalt sealing program. The start dates indicated are subject to contractor availability and favourable weather conditions and therefore may need rescheduling.

LocationAnticipated Start Date *
Grantville Transfer Station (internal access road)7 and 8 December
Watt Street, Wonthaggi (between McBride Avenue and Billson Street)Early to mid February
James Street, Wonthaggi (between White Road and Morey Street)Early to mid February
Bells Court, InverlochEarly to mid February

The following table indicates the roads that will be included in this year's annual road spray sealing program. This program could include crack sealing using a hot bituminous spray, shoulder and verge repairs and road patching works, clearing of open drains and kerb replacement works throughout the Shire.

LocationAnticipated Start Date *
White Road, Wonthaggi (McKenzie Street to George Street)Early/mid December 2020
White Road, Wonthaggi (George Street to final seal)Early/mid December 2020
Nyora St Helier Road, Woodleigh (Gurdies St Helier Road to Williams Road)Early/mid December 2020
Albert Ruttle Drive, Inverloch (estate entrance to end of court bowl)Early/mid December 2020
John Flagg Rise, InverlochEarly/mid December 2020
Sheepways Road, Krowera (from property no. 605 to end of seal)Early/mid December 2020

* Dates may be subject to change.

Council acknowledges that it can be a challenge to deliver the necessary works and not affect road users, especially when much of the work is determined by weather conditions.

It is expected that there will be some delays to traffic while these works are being carried out. Please plan your trip accordingly. In order to minimise disruptions and appropriate traffic control measures will be implemented onsite during these works.

The works will include the use of heavy plant and machinery and noisy works such as profiling and asphalt laying.

For more information on these projects, please contact Council’s Infrastructure Delivery Team on 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or (03) 5671 2211, email or visit our website