Report as of 17-10-2016 Due to a further landslip the Great Ocean Road has been closed from Separation Creek to Wye River in both directions. Report as of 8-10-2016 The Great Ocean Road is OPEN to all traffic. Reduced speeds and traffic down to one lane with traffic management signals still in place along some sections of The Great Ocean Road. Traffic management points will continue as emergency works are completed. This may include further sections down to one lane and speed restrictions to ensure safety of motorists and emergency workers. Movement of the Paddy’s Path landslide between Wye River and Separation Creek has slowed and stabilised in the past 24 hours. VicRoads has installed road barriers at the base of the slope, allowing the road to be opened to one lane of traffic. Traffic Management Points are in place either side of the barriers. Report as of 27-09-2016 Sections of the road from Lorne have been reopened. The GOR remains closed now between Separation Creek and Wye River. Report as of 21-09-2016 The section of road from Wye River to Lorne will remain closed for the foreseeable future. The cliff above sections of the road has cracked and recent rains has made it unstable. Landslides are possible, the Road authority will be placing concrete retainers so that one lane can be opened but there is no timetable for this completion. Motorcyclists are advised to take the Deans Marsh, Forrest, Skene's Creek route inland to bypass the affected areas. There is road works on sections of the Deans Marsh road and speed limits in place to 40km/h. These roadworks are Mon-Fri 9:30am - 3:30pm. There is also road works due to damaged road surface in the Eastern View section of the GOR prior to Lorne. 40km limits are in force in sections where road works are in progress.