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Broome Cape Leveque

Broome Cape Leveque Road Condition Report - Last updated: 23th March 2015 9:50AM

Unsealed Shire Roads

Unsealed Shire Roads Road Condition Report - Last updated: 23th March 2015 9:50AM

NOTE: Although road closure signage and radio reports are updated as they occur on Saturdays, Sundays and Public holidays, the reports on this website are only updated Monday to Friday 8am to 4.30pm. If you would like any further information during office hours please contact the Executive Support Officer Engineering Administration on 08 9191 3408 or .

For the latest information on road closures on Saturdays, Sundays and Public holidays, please contact the Duty Ranger on 0407 382 079. If there is no answer please leave a detailed message and the Duty Ranger will return your call. If you require information regard Roads outside of the Shire of Broome boundary please contact Main Roads WA on 138138 or at www.mainroads.wa.gov.au.

Remember, CLOSED means CLOSED, with NO exceptions.

Shire of Broome roads are classified under the Main Roads Western Australia (MRWA) Permit Networks system. A Permit is required from MRWA to operate a RAV (Restricted Access Vehicle) on a road in excess of the designated Network Level. Written support from the Shire is a pre-requisite to obtaining a Permit from MRWA, however it remains a decision of MRWA as to whether a permit will be issued.

Form 1- Support of MRWA Permit Excess MRWA Network PDF 385KB

Under the provisions of Section 3.50 of the Local Government Act 1995, Council closes the Broome Cape Leveque Road to all vehicles of a gross vehicle mass over eleven (11) tonnes each wet season - 1st December until 31st March each year.  Exceptions for over-limit vehicles may be granted to vehicles supplying “essential” services under specific permits issued by the Shire of Broome

Form 2- Permit Broome Cape Leveque Rd in Excess 11 tonnes Wet season PDF 369KB

Please note the linked policy in regards to Road Closures

Please note that financial penalties can be enforced for any vehicles that do not comply with the above clauses under the Shire of Broome Local Government Property and Public Places Local Law 2012.

 

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