The Condamine River road is riddled with potholes. Photo: Erin Smith / Warwick Daily News
The Condamine River road is riddled with potholes. Photo: Erin Smith / Warwick Daily News Erin Smith

Condamine River Rd inspected by the council

Southern Downs Regional Council conducted an inspection tour of the Condamine River Rd, Killarney on Monday, as a result of discussions on the council maintenance of the road.

All Southern Downs Regional councillors, the CEO Andrew Roach, and staff from the council's engineering and planning departments took part.

Mayor Peter Blundell said the council intended to hold meetings with interested groups, including residents and environmental groups, regarding management issues surrounding the Condamine Gorge and the road.

"This will inform council's decision making in relation to Council policy on maintenance of this road and the associated management issues," he said.

"This area is a very special part of the region and our discussions need to include the concept of preserving the amenity and natural beauty of the area."

A report will be prepared for the council's consideration following the discussions.



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