Borough of Queenscliffe, City of Greater Geelong

We’ve improved the surface on several key roads across Greater Geelong and the Borough of Queenscliffe over the 2022-23 maintenance season.

These maintenance works help make our roads smoother, stronger and safer, while supporting jobs on the ground and boosting local economies. The improvements are part of the Victorian Government's investment of $780 million into state-wide road maintenance for 2022-23.

Thank you for your patience during these important works.

Completed works in 2022-23

We’ve completed asphalting works totalling approximately 14 kilometres to improve the road surface and provide smoother and safer journeys.

Locations include:


  • Anakie Road, Bell Park, between the railway line and Leisuretime Sports Precinct
  • Geelong-Bacchus Marsh Road and Plantation Road roundabout, Corio
  • Thompson Road, Norlane, between Rodney Road and Darebin Street


  • Boundary Road, East Geelong, between Boronia Street and Portarlington Road
  • Fyans Street, South Geelong, between Ham Place and east of Swanston Street
  • Colac Road, Waurn Ponds, between Geelong Ring Road overpass and Pigdons Road
  • Pioneer Road, Grovedale, between Rau Court and Burdoo Drive
  • Barrabool Road, Wandana Heights, between Grantham Driver and Thoroughbred Drive

Geelong Ring Road

  • Geelong Ring Road, south of Midland Highway (Colac-bound)
  • Geelong Ring Road, Highton, between Pigdons Road overpass and Waurn Ponds off ramp (Colac-bound)
  • Princes Freeway and Geelong Ring Road at the rail overpass, Corio (Colac-bound)

Lara and Little River

  • Forest Road, Lara, between Canterbury Road and Patullos Road
  • Intersection of Forest Road South and Heales Road, Lara
  • Princes Highway, Lara, south of Avalon Road (Geelong-bound)
  • Princes Freeway, Little River, between Point Wilson Road turn off and Beach Road (Geelong-bound)


  • Bellarine Highway, Queenscliff, between Murray Road and Flinders Street Service Road
  • Bellarine Highway, Wallington, between Wallington Road and Swan Bay Road
Various locations showing roads that have been repaired

Completed maintenance works at multiple locations

For more information

To find out more about how we prioritise and program our maintenance works, please visit our maintenance webpage.

Our routine maintenance crews continue to monitor the network and complete priority resurfacing and patching works throughout the year to help keep communities connected.

If you see any hazards on our roads, please report them to the VicRoads Traffic Operations Centre on 13 11 70, open 24/7. In an emergency, call Triple Zero.

Get in touch

Phone: 133 778

Email: [email protected]