In a life threatening emergency dial Triple Zero (000)

In a life threatening emergency dial Triple Zero (000)
ACT Public Hospitals

Canberra Hospital

5124 0000

Calvary Hospital

6201 6111

Mental Health

Call Mental Health Triage on

1800 629 354

(free call except from mobiles or public phones) or

6205 1065

Poisons Hotline

For a poison emergency in Australia call


Drug and Alcohol Help Line

The Drug and Alcohol Help Line is available 24-hours, 7 days a week on

5124 9977

Health Protection Service

For after hours urgent public health matters including environmental health, radiation safety, food poisoning and communicable disease management phone:

(02) 6205 1700


24 hour health advice

1800 022 222

ACT State Emergency Service

Emergency help
during flood or storms

132 500

2020-21 road resurfacing program

The is underway until April 2021. This year’s program will cover around 1 million square metres of road. A number of major roads will be resealed including sections of the Monaro Highway, Hindmarsh Drive, Erindale Drive, Canberra Avenue, Yamba Drive, Belconnen Way and the Kings Highway.

Upcoming resurfacing works

Sunday 1 November 2020

Asphalt patching

Hindmarsh Drive (west bound) - From Monaro Highway to Jerrabomberra AvenueNarrabundah

Night works 7 pm - 6 am

Mugga Lane - From John Cory Road to Long Gully RoadHume

Monday 2 November 2020

Asphalt patching

Boboyan RoadPaddy's River

For more information on road resurfacing including why we undertake resealing as an alternative to asphalt and how we remove loose stones after resealing works please read the frequently asked questions.

The importance of resurfacing

Resurfacing a road is like maintaining your house. If you don’t regularly repaint your house the sun, wind and rain will damage the structure and you will need to undertake repairs.

The environment oxidises the bitumen in the road and can cause it to become brittle and crack. This lets water into the base layers of the road which leads to the gradual formation of potholes.

The constant flow of traffic on a road wears the surface down and packs it smooth. This smooth surface can be slippery during periods of rain. This is most evident when slowing as you approach intersections or roundabouts, or when taking a bend in a road.

Traffic noise increases with the increase of traffic volume and types of traffic using the roads. Resurfacing can reduce the noise generated from a road.

More information