One of the busy tourist roads at Wilson's Promontory, which has been closed since March last year, will be reopened before Christmas.
The Mount Oberon Road leads from the main Tidal River Road to the Mount Oberon carpark and provides access for thousands of bushwalkers each year to the park's popular southern tracks.
The road was badly damaged by landslides during record floods in March last year when 300 millimetres of rain fell overnight at Tidal River.
The opening will give access to Telegraph Track, the main north-south walking track leading to the Wilson's Prom Lighthouse.
The Waterloo track is still under repair but is open to walkers.
However the Sealers Cove track will remain closed.
Parks Victoria says the road reconstruction project in the steep slopes of Mount Oberon has been incredibly complex.
© ABC 2012
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