TAKE care if you are driving into Bindi Close in the Riverbreeze Estate, with both sides of the road affected by major failure in the pavement.
Resident Jim Fancourt said he and other residents had contacted council repeatedly over the past 18 months, without success.
"Council put a warning barrier around the problem on one side of the road, but that was over 12 months ago," Mr Fancourt said.
"The second problem appeared about six months ago, but so far there is not even a warning sign.
"This second hole is 25 cms deep - deep enough to damage a car's undercarriage."
A letter from Port Macquarie-Hastings Council to Mr Fancourt on May 14, 2012, says council is awaiting a response from the developer of the subdivision 'within the next month, following which council will advise you further on how the road pavement problem is to be repaired'.
The letter states that 'in the meantime Council will continue with regular inspections of Bindi Close to ensure safe access is available to residents'.
Cliff Toms, Manager of Technical Services for Port Macquarie-Hastings Council said council had written to all residents in Bindi Close.
"Council is aware residents are not happy with the conditions of the road," Mr Toms said.
"Council took over the road from the developer about five or six years ago, but it has since deteriorated quite dramatically.
"It seems evident there is a deep-seated foundation problem, and water infiltration from the rising water table."
Mr Toms said council was actively seeking a remedy for the road failure in consultation with the developer, and would keep residents advised of progress.