There is a slip known as the ‘Anzac’ slip 6.4km from the Woodville end of the gorge. Around 10,000m3 material was removed from this site and the road has been repaired.
There is another slip at ‘Kerry’s Wall’ 4.5km from the Ashhurst turnoff on SH3. Around 5,000m3 was removed from this site.
Since Anzac Day, there have been three smaller slips at these same two locations.
Subsequently sometime on the weekend of 23–24 July 2017 there was another large slip about 500 metres from the locked gate at the Ashhurst end of the gorge. Approximately 10,000m3 of material, including large boulders, fell on the road. This slip has also caused significant damage to a bridge.
In late 2017 and early 2018, there have been further cracks and slips of varying sizes.