Road Rules 2014
Historical version for 30 June 2015 to 31 August 2015 (accessed 5 August 2020 at 00:27) Current version
Part 10 Rule 123
123   Entering a level crossing when a train or tram is approaching etc
A driver must not enter a level crossing if:
(a)  warning lights (for example, twin red lights or rotating red lights) are operating or warning bells are ringing, or
(b)  a gate, boom or barrier at the crossing is closed or is opening or closing, or
(c)  a train or tram is on or entering the crossing, or
(d)  a train or tram approaching the crossing can be seen from the crossing, or is sounding a warning, and there would be a danger of a collision with the train or tram if the driver entered the crossing, or
(e)  the driver cannot drive through the crossing because the crossing, or a road beyond the crossing, is blocked.
Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units.
Examples for paragraph (e).
 The crossing, or a road beyond the crossing, may be blocked by congested traffic, a disabled vehicle, a collision between vehicles or between a vehicle and a pedestrian, or by stock on the road.
Note.
 Approaching, enter, tram and twin red lights are defined in the Dictionary.