Snowy 2.0

Roads and access

Safety is the number one priority for Snowy Hydro. To ensure the safety of the public and Snowy 2.0 construction workers, there are several access restrictions in place within Kosciuszko National Park.

With Snowy 2.0 full steam ahead, there will be localised traffic impacts and restrictions at times. This includes an increase in car and truck movements, particularly on the Snowy Mountains Highway between Cooma, Adaminaby and Tumut, and in Cooma around the Polo Flat industrial area.

Please exercise caution when driving near trucks and watch out for changed conditions on the roads. For details of the Snowy 2.0 oversized loads schedule, regularly visit the website of our principal contractor Future Generation Joint Venture. For more information about overtaking heavy vehicles and oversize loads, visit the Transport for NSW website.

A number of slow vehicle turnout bays have been created along the Snowy Mountains Highway, so trucks can pull in and provide cars with an opportunity to safely overtake. 

Recreation access

The following recreational areas are currently OPEN to the public:

  • Talbingo Reservoir (note, some intermittent delays at boat ramp)
  • Tantangara Reservoir 
  • Tantangara Road  

The following areas are currently CLOSED:

  • Lobs Hole Ravine Road and Lobs Hole camping area.
  • Wallace Creek Lookout on Lobs Hole Ravine Road.

For further information, refer to the National Parks and Wildlife website. 

Snowy Hydro thanks you for your patience during this time.

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