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Council is responsible for the majority of the roads within the shire boundaries. These are known as local roads and are listed on Council's Road Register. Other road authorities which manage roads in the shire include:

1. Vicroads which manages the Arterial or Declared roads including
Colac-Ballarat Road
Forrest - Apollo Bay Rd
Colac-Forrest Rd
Warncoort-Birregurra Rd
Birregurra-Deans Marsh Rd
Timboon-Colac Rd
Colac-Carlisle Rd
Gellibrand River Rd
Colac-Lavers Hill Rd
Lavers Hill - Cobden Rd
Beech Forest Rd
Princes Highway (West)
Hamilton Highway
Skenes Creek Rd
Birregurra Forrest Rd
Birregurra Rd
Cororooke Road
Great Ocean Road
Cape Otway Lighthouse Rd

Council no longer has the maintenance contract for roads under the jurisdiction of VicRoads. Requests for the removal of trees, repairs or maintenance on these roads should be directed to VicRoads on 52252525 during office hours or 131170 after hours.

2. Deptartment of Environment, Land Water and Planning is responsible for many of the unsealed roads in the State Forest areas.

3. Parks Victoria are responsible for many of the unsealed roads in the National and State Park areas. The parks include: Angahook-Lorne National Park Otway National Park Carlisle State Park Melba Gully State Park
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