Current and future roadworks

Reasons for roadworks and related links

Roadworks may take place for a variety of reasons including:

  • upgrading and maintenance
  • road repairs
  • building works
  • major events
  • projects such as filming. 

More information

Visit VicRoads for information on the latest travel and road conditions including: 

Visit the Department of Transport for information on major road projects.

Current Roadworks in Stonnington

Updated 28 September 2020

Location Reason for closure Anticipated start Anticipated completion
Toorak Park, Toorak Stage 2 - Cricket nets Started Works on hold
Irving Street, Malvern Road reconstruction works Started Works on hold
Lorne Road,
Streetscape Works Started Late September 2020
High Street and Williams Road,
Footpath Reconstruction Works Started Late September 2020
Orrong Road, Toorak Drainage Works Started Early December 2020
Russell Street,
Kerb outstand and tree pits Started Mid October
Waverley Road,
Malvern East (between Sycamore St & Sutherland St)
Footpath Reconstruction 30 September
Early October
Burke Road between High Street and Malvern Road, 
Glen Iris
Footpath Reconstruction 5 October
Mid October

Asphalt road resurfacing program

Location From To Date
  • The contractor will provide further notifications of the program closer to the date.
  • The program schedule above is subject to weather conditions and as such may be altered.

Further information can be obtained by contacting the Infrastructure & Landscape Projects Unit on 8290 1333.

Future works program

Location Description Status
Joy Street,
South Yarra
Road Reconstruction Procurement
Union Street,
Stage 2 - Road Reconstruction Program Design
Hedgeley Avenue,
Malvern East 
Road Reconstruction Program Procurement
Avenel Road, Kooyong Road Reconstruction Program Procurement
Intersection of Union Street and Upton Road, Windsor Roundabout Reconstruction Design
Sir Robert Menzies Reserve, Toorak Retaining Wall Reconstruction Design
Laneway between Belmont Avenue & Osborne Avenue,
Glen Iris
ROW Reconstruction Design
Laneway rear of Ethel Street between Beaven Avenue and Mary Street,
Glen Iris
ROW Reconstruction Procurement

Road Management Plan and Register of Public Roads

The City of Stonnington has written a Road Management Plan which follows the rules of Road Management Act 2004.

This details the:

  • the frequency of inspections,
  • levels of defect/s where intervention takes place
  • response times for defects for all public road infrastructure listed on the Register of Public Roads.

The Register of Public Roads lists all roads which Council have deemed reasonably required for general public use. 

Traffic and parking investigations

Malvern Road, Glen Iris

Proposal to install 2-HOUR parking restrictions between York Road and High Street.

  • 5 February 2020: Consultation commenced.
  • 19 February 2020: Consultation closes
  • February/March 2020: Report to Council’s Delegate
  • March/April 2020: Residents notified of decision.

Wallace Avenue, Toorak

Speed concerns.

  • 18 November 2019: Petition tabled at Council meeting
  • 17 December 2019: Interim response sent to Councillors and head petitioner
  • February 2020: Traffic surveys to be undertaken
  • March 2020: Assessment of data.

Grattan Street, Prahran

Proposal to trial one-way flow southbound.

  • 2 December 2019: Council decision, read minutes here(DOCX, 802KB).
  • 10 December 2019: S223 consultation, view proposal here(PDF, 267KB) .
  • 7 February 2020: Submissions close
  • February/March 2020: Council meeting to hear any submitters wishing to appear in person
  • March/April 2020: Council meeting to consider all submissions and recommendations.

Perth Street, Prahran

Proposal to trial one-way flow.

  • 18 November 2019: Council decision, read minutes here(DOCX, 811KB)
  • 3 December 2019: S223 consultation, (view proposal here(PDF, 137KB)) with residents and community commenced
  • 31 January 2020: Submissions close
  • February/March 2020: Council meeting to hear any submitters wishing to appear in person
  • April/May 2020: Council meeting to consider all submissions and recommendations

Assessment of data will result in either development of a proposal to consult with affected residents, or conclusion of investigation if warrants for action are not met.