A large excavator works to clear lose rock and earth from the cliff adjacent to the Scenic Highway near Statue Bay. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin
A large excavator works to clear lose rock and earth from the cliff adjacent to the Scenic Highway near Statue Bay. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin Chris Ison

Excavators at work to clear the landslide on Scenic Highway

TWO excavators are working on-site, clearing loose rock and earth from the cliff-face next to the Scenic Hwy near Statue Bay.

The highway remains closed due to damage caused by Cyclone Marcia, and detours are in place.

Spotlight on our Cyclone Marcia resilience at seminar at CQUniversity this week 

Region's water quality is on the improve says Rockhampton mayor

Livingstone Mayor Bill Ludwig has one eye on Cyclone Nathan

Livingstone Shire Mayor Bill Ludwig yesterday said re-opening the highway was a priority.

He said it was hoped the southbound access could open as early as this week, but the northbound access would take much longer.



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