Latest on roads and public transport affected by flooding in Sydney and Hunter at 2:30pm

National Road Transport Association

Audley Weir has reopened in the Royal National Park after being closed due to flooding.

Robey Street is also open again at Mascot after being closed between Qantas Drive and O’Riordan Street.

Other roads remain closed due to flooding, and motorists and public transport passengers are still advised to avoid non-essential travel in flood affected areas.

Anyone who needs to travel should take extra care, allow plenty of extra travel time and never drive through floodwaters.

Around Sydney:

  • Heathcote to Lucas Heights – all westbound lanes of Heathcote Road are closed between the Princes Highway and New Illawarra Road.
  • Blue Mountains Line – limited buses are replacing trains between Katoomba and Mount Victoria.
  • T1 Western Line – buses are replacing trains between Schofields and Richmond.
  • F3 Parramatta River ferries – alternative transport is running between Parramatta and Rydalmere.
  • Many bus services are cancelled or diverting and missing stops.

In the Hunter

  • Tomago – Tomago Road is closed between Graham Drive and Masonite Road.
  • Raymond Terrace – Seaham Road is closed between Raymond Terrace Road and Newline Road.
  • Thornton to Millers Forest – Raymond Terrace Road is closed between Government Road and Woodberry Road.
  • East Maitland – Raymond Terrace Road is closed between Metford Road and Harvest Boulevard.
  • Maitland – New England Highway is closed between the roundabout at High Street and Melbourne Street.
  • Maitland to Cliftleigh – Main Road/Cessnock Road is closed between the New England Highway and Avery Lane.
  • Milbrodale to Colo Heights – Putty Road is closed between Milbrodale Road and Colo Heights Road.
  • Hunter Line – no trains are running between Newcastle Interchange, Scone and Dungog.
  • Many bus services are cancelled or diverting and missing stops.

In addition to state managed roads, some local roads managed by councils may also be affected.

For the latest traffic information, download the Live Traffic NSW app, visit or call 132 701.

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