- About Snowy 2.0
- Final Investment Decision Information
- Why we need Snowy 2.0
- MJA Energy Market Report
- Planning and Environmental Approvals
- Exploratory Works
- Roads and Safety
- Business and Employment
- More information and enquiries
- Response to incorrect claims
- Frequently asked questions
- 2017 Snowy 2.0 Feasibility Study
Roads and Safety
Safety is the number one priority for Snowy Hydro so access restrictions for certain recreational areas and roads are in place. These access restrictions are to ensure the safety of the public and construction workers.
Snowy 2.0 Exploratory Works are now underway and at times there will be localised traffic impacts. This includes an increase in car and truck movements, particularly on the Snowy Mountains Highway between Cooma, Cabramurra, Adaminaby and Tumut.
On the Link Road, in the vicinity of Selwyn Snow Resort, drivers can expect some intermittent periods of single lane traffic, as well as reductions in speed limits. Electronic variable message sign boards will be in place to advise of changes to traffic conditions.
Please exercise caution when driving near trucks and watch out for changed conditions on the roads. For more information about road safety, such as overtaking heavy vehicles and oversize loads, visit the Roads and Maritime Service website.
The following areas within Kosciuszko National Park are CLOSED:
- Lobs Hole Ravine Road and Lobs Hole camping area.
- Wallace Creek Lookout on Lobs Hole Ravine Road.
There is further information about closures within Kosciuszko National Park here.
Snowy Hydro thanks you for your patience during this time.