Highways and Roads in South Western Australia

Great Southern Highway

Great Southern Highway

Great Southern Highway is a highway in the Southern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, starting from Great Eastern Highway at The Lakes, 50 km from Perth, and ending at Albany Highway near Cranbrook. It is the primary thoroughfare for this part of Western Australia and runs parallel with the Perth-Albany railway for its entire length. It is signed as State Route 120 from York to Cranbrook

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Brockman Highway

Brockman Highway

Brockman Highway is a highway in Western Australia. A few hours south of Perth, it runs west from Bridgetown via Nannup to Karridale.

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Stirling Highway

Perth

Stirling Highway is, for most of its length, a four-lane single carriageway and major arterial road between Perth, Western Australia and the port city of Fremantle, Western Australia on the northern side of the Swan River. The speed limit is 60 km/h. East of Crawley, it continues as Mounts Bay Road which links Crawley and the nearby University of Western Australia to the Perth central business district.

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Bussell Highway

Bussell Highway

Bussell Highway is a generally north-south highway in the South West of Western Australia. The highway links the city of Bunbury with the town of Augusta and is approximately 150 km in length. The highway is signed State Route 10, except in Busselton where the construction of the Busselton Bypass in 2001 resulted in this stretch being changed to Alternate State Route 10 with the Bypass signed State Route 10.

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South Western Highway

South Western Highway

South Western Highway is a highway in the South West region of Western Australia connecting Perth’s southeast with Walpole. It is a part of the National Highway 1 network for much of its length. It is about 406 kilometres (252 mi) long. From Perth, the highway, signed as State Route 20, starts from the Albany Highway junction in Armadale, 28 km from Perth, and follows a north-south route 20–30 km inland from the coast.

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Albany Highway

Albany Highway

Albany Highway is a generally northwest-southeast highway in the south of Western Australia which links the state’s capital Perth with its oldest settlement, Albany. The highway is approximately 410 kilometres (250 mi) in length, is designated State Route 30 and separates Western Australia’s Great Southern region from its South West region. Outside of Perth the highway is a sealed single carriageway with regular overtaking lanes in some undulating areas.

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Old Coast Road

Old Coast Road

Old Coast Road is a Western Australian highway linking Mandurah, WA’s second-largest city, 75 km south of Perth, with Bunbury, WA’s third-largest city. It is signed as Route 1 for most of its length and is 96 kilometres (60 mi) long.

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Forrest Highway

Forrest Highway

Forrest Highway (formerly the southern part of the Perth-Bunbury Highway project) is the name of the new dual carriageway highway in Western Australia, linking the new end of the Kwinana Freeway at Pinjarra Road Interchange near Ravenswood, with the Old Coast Road at Lake Clifton, bypassing the coastal city of Mandurah.

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Great Northern Highway

Great Northern Highway

The Great Northern Highway is a generally north-south Western Australian highway which links the state’s capital Perth with its most northern port, Wyndham. It is 3,204 kilometres (1,991 mi) in length, with 3,144 kilometres (1,954 mi) being National Highway. It is constructed as a sealed, predominantly 2-lane single carriageway (excluding a number of single lane bridges in the Kimberley). This highway is the longest intrastate highway in Australia and also the longest Australian highway in absolute terms. In parts, it is among the remotest sealed roads in the world. Some sections are several hundred kilometres in length without so much as a roadhouse.

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Pinjarra Road

Pinjarra

Pinjarra Road is a major west-east road connecting the two major centres of the Peel Region, Mandurah and Pinjarra. Mostly a dual carriageway, it also forms the termini of both the Kwinana Freeway and Forrest Highway.

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