Kimberley Flood Response

Main Roads crews have commenced recovery and repair work. Please visit our dedicated page for more information.

Kimberley Flood Response
Team of workers and machinery on Great Northern Highway in response to Kimberley floods

Road closures

Our Travel Map delivers live, up-to-date information on road closures, roadworks and other issues or events that may impact your journey.

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Have you noticed a damaged sign or seen debris on the road? Report any issues you may notice on our freeways or paths while travelling around Western Australia.

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Graham Farmer Freeway closures for Western Power works

Graham Farmer Freeway closures for Western Power works

There will be nightly closures on Graham Farmer Freeway in each direction near East Perth Power Station from 8pm on Wednesday 18 until 5am Friday 20 January.

Kimberley Flooding

Kimberley Flooding

Main Roads has issued a stern public warning for people not to attempt to walk bridges or roads in flood affected parts of the Kimberley.

Be Our Eyes on the Road

Be Our Eyes on the Road

If you're travelling on a major road or highway in regional WA and come across an issue that needs attention, let us know!

International Day of People with Disability

International Day of People with Disability

To recognise International Day of People with Disability we are showcasing how we’re working towards ensuring equitable access for our community

Technical & Commercial

We've developed guidelines, standards and specifications relating to the design and construction of roads and bridges.

Heavy Vehicles

We administer Restricted Access Vehicle (RAV) road access, permits and orders. We also undertake compliance activities and administer accreditation.

Acknowledgement of country

The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

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