CONCLUSION OF ROAD CLOSURES (1 September to 5 October)
Stuart Highway OPEN Friday 4 October 2019
Stuart Highway OPEN Saturday 5 October 2019
Thank you for your patience & continue to drive safely
Stuart Highway OPEN Monday 30 September 2019
Stuart Highway OPEN Tuesday 1 October 2019
Stuart Highway OPEN Wednesday 2 October 2019
Stuart Highway OPEN Thursday 3 October 2019
NEW DEVELOPMENT: WPA ROAD CLOSURES CAN STILL STILL BE ENFORCED UNTIL 5 OCTOBER. CURRENTLY STUART HWY IS OPEN UNTIL SUNDAY 29 SEPTEMBER. FURTHER UPDATES WILL BE ISSUED AT THAT TIME.
FOR REGULAR UPDATES: See CPRT FACEBOOK
“OPEN” THURSDAY 19 September
“OPEN” FRIDAY 20 September
“OPEN” SATURDAY 21 September
“OPEN” SUNDAY 22 September
Travel safely, and have a good weekend
TUESDAY 17-9-2019. STUART HWY “OPEN” AT 1PM WEDNESDAY 18-9-2019 OPEN ALL DAY
STUART HIGHWAY is “CLOSED” ON TUESDAY 17-9-2019 7AM – 3PM unless otherwise notified (If highway opens earlier, noticed will be updated here and on facebook.)
MONDAY 16-9-2019 STUART HWY IS OPEN AS FROM 1.15PM..
STUART HWY CLOSED MONDAY 16-9-2019 7AM – 3PM AND CLOSED TUESDAY 17-9-2019 7AM – 3PM. IF YOU ARE ALREADY INSIDE THE WPA BEFORE 7AM (60K SOUTH OF COOBER PEDY + NTH OF PIMBA) YOU WILL GET THROUGH
NO STUART HIGHWAY CLOSURES FRIDAY 13th, SATURDAY 14th and SUNDAY 15th. Travel safely and have a good weekend.
UPDATE THURSDAY 12th September: STUART HIGHWAY WILL BE OPEN FROM 10AM – ALL DAY.
WEDNESDAY 11th: Stuart Highway WOOMERA – COOBER PEDY IS NOW OPEN AT 2.14pm. Travel safely
UPDATE: STUART HIGHWAY CLOSED Wednesday 11th; Thursday 12th; Friday 13th SEPTEMBER; 7am to approx 3pm
[OVERALL: STUART HIGHWAY & ROAD CLOSURES IN THE WOOMERA DEFENCE ZONE. Around 9 closures will occur sometime between 1 September to 5 October 2019]
Access to the Stuart Highway will be suspended at various times from 1 September 2019 to 5 October 2019.
On days of suspension, the highway will be closed around 7:00 AM and will re-open in the late afternoon, please note this is subject to change.
Signs will be posted at the following locations:
· just north of Glendambo (at the Woomera Prohibited Area boundary); and
· approximately 60km south of Coober Pedy (in the vicinity of Mt Penrhyn).
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