Freeways in Australia


Freeways in Australia

This is a list of freeways and motorways in Australia, sorted by states and territories and their corresponding routes. This list includes toll roads such as the CityLink freeway system in Melbourne. This list has over 70 entries. The only jurisdiction in Australia without freeways is the Northern Territory.

Contents

Australian Capital Territory

Tasmania

While the overall quality of Tasmania's Highway network has been constructed to a high standard, its grade separated Freeway network is limited. In the past, Hobart and Launceston have each had comprehensive transport studies conducted, proposing Grade separated Freeways running through and around them. While some of these roads have been constructed, the majority are limited access featuring At-grade intersections. Devonport and Burnie are the only major population centres with Freeway standard roads linking each other. There has been repeated proposals in recent years to fully upgrade the Midland Highway to grade separated Freeway standards.[2][3]
This List is limited to Tasmania's Freeway standard Roads.

Hobart Region

Australian National Route 1.svg

Australian Alphanumeric State Route A3.svg

Australian Alphanumeric State Route A6.svg

Rural Region

Australian National Route 1.svg

New South Wales

Sydney region

NSW M1.png

NSW M2.png

NSW M4.png

NSW M5.png

NSW M7mwy.png

Rural region

_NSW M1mwy.png Australian National Route 1.svg Australian Route 1.svg

Australian State Route 123.svg

Australian National Route 31.svg NSW M5.png

A15NSW.png

  • Hunter Expressway (Proposed)

Queensland

Brisbane region

Australian Alphanumeric State Route M1.PNG

QLD-M2.png


QLD-M3.png


NSW M5mwy.png

NSW M6.png

QLD-M7.png

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  • Deagon Deviation

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Gold Coast region

Australian Alphanumeric State Route M1.PNG

AUSR10.png

  • Smith Street Motorway

Sunshine Coast region

Australian Alphanumeric State Route M1.PNG

AUSR70.png

Townsville region

South Australia

Adelaide-Crafers Highway just north of the Heysen Tunnels

Australian National Route M1.svg

Australian Alphanumeric State Route M2.PNG

Australian Alphanumeric State Route A9.svg

Australian Alphanumeric State Route A13.svg

  • South Road Superway (proposed upgrade)

Australian National Route A20.svg Australian Alphanumeric State Route A52.png

Australian National Route M20.png

Victoria

Eastern Freeway, looking towards Melbourne city[4]

Melbourne region

Australian Alphanumeric State Route M1.svg

Australian Alphanumeric State Route M2.PNGAustralian State Route 43.svg

Australian Alphanumeric State Route M3.PNG

  • Eastern Freeway
  • EastLink (Fully electronically tolled)

Australian State Route 11.svg

Australian National Route M80.svg Australian Alphanumeric State Route M80.svg

Australian Alphanumeric State Route M420.svg

Rural region

Australian Alphanumeric State Route M1.svg

Australian National Route M8.svg

Australian National Route M31.svg

  • Hume Freeway

Australian National Route M39.svg

Australian Alphanumeric State Route M79.svg

Under Construction

Western Australia

Australian State Route 2.svg

Australian State Route 8.svg

See also

References


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