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South Gippsland Highway Korumburra Realignment

The South Gippsland Highway is the main arterial road through South Gippsland. It connects Gippsland’s major agriculture and food production industry to domestic and international markets and connects tourists to the illustrious attractions of the region such as Wilsons Promontory National Park. Not only does this strategic economic route connect Gippsland to Melbourne, it is also essential for residents and public transport.

The highway south of Korumburra contains a series of difficult bends that have resulted in multiple serious crashes, often causing serious injury and in some cases, fatalities. To mitigate these issues and to increase connectivity and productivity within the region, the South Gippsland Highway realignment of the bends at Coal Creek has been identified as a priority by Regional Roads Victoria (RRV) and the community.

Roads in South Gippsland