Repair work is progressing on the Oxley Highway with a July timeline set to open a single lane to traffic.
New before and after photos and footage have revealed the scale of repair work underway to fix the state's flood damaged roads including the Oxley Highway.
The Oxley Highway images show the extent of the landslips as well as damage around Ralfes Creek Bridge and the progress of repair work.
Heavy rain in March caused more than 70 landslips between Yarras and Walcha.
The Oxley Highway remains closed in both directions between Mount Seaview Road and Stockyard Creek rest area.
Deputy Premier and the minister responsible for disaster recovery, John Barilaro, said the Regional Flood Recovery Taskforce had successfully reopened 28 of the 30 roads impacted by floods and had commenced the longer-term goal of restoring all roads to their pre-flood standard.
"The damage in some of these areas has been immense, and while we're confident crews will be able to restore access in most remaining areas in the next six weeks, restoring them to their pre-flood condition will be a much bigger task."
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole said crews were working tirelessly to re-open the two remaining roads and get all affected roads back to normal as soon as possible.
"We have 170 people working on the worst hit corridors - the Oxley Highway, Waterfall Way, Bells Line of Road and Jenolan Caves Road and the difference in just a few months is quite incredible," Mr Toole said.
"We owe a great deal to the workers out there on the ground, most of whom are locals, restoring access for their own communities and the communities that have been very patient throughout the process."
There is a July 2021 timeline for a single lane opening of the Oxley Highway.
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