Heath Street in Halls Gap is set for a revamp with works to commence on Tuesday February 2 to improve parking, pedestrian accessibility and drainage.
The works will take place in a number of stages, with Tuesday the beginning of stage one.
In this stage, the works involved the area behind the Visitor Information Centre, where 30 angled parking bays will be created and will be linked by a new footpath.
Despite the works, pedestrian access will be available and Heath Street will remain open to traffic.
The work is part of the Northern Grampians Shire Council's continual development of Halls Gap and its infrastructure.
In the 2018 Halls Gap Action Plan it was noted "consideration should be given to how linkages along Stoney Creek and additional car parking in Heath Street could be delivered".
As a result these works are aiming to increase parking capacity in areas off Grampians Road and to improve the accessibility and safety of Halls Gap to pedestrians.
Pending weather conditions, it is estimated works will take eight weeks to complete.
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