Monaro Highway

Monaro Highway
Monaro Highway
Australian Route 23.svg Australian Alphanumeric State Route B23.svg Australian Tourist Route 5.jpg
see other route designations below
Proposed _to_replace_B80NSW.png to replace Australian Route 23.svg in NSW[1]
Length 286 km (178 mi)
Direction North-South
From Australian Alternate Route 23.png Morshead Drive,
Campbell, Australian Capital Territory
via Tuggeranong, Michelago, Cooma, Bombala
To Australian Alphanumeric State Route A1.svg Princes Highway,
Cann River, Victoria
Allocation Morshead Drive - Canberra Avenue:
Australian Alternate Route 23.png
Canberra Avenue - NSW/Vic. Border:
Australian Route 23.svg
NSW/Vic. Border - Cann River:
Australian Alphanumeric State Route B23.svg
Formerly Australian Route 23.svg
Major junctions Australian Route 52.svg Canberra Avenue (Kings Highway)
Australian Route 18.svg Snowy Mountains Highway

for full list see major intersections

Location Monaro Hwy.svg

The Monaro Highway[2] is a state highway in New South Wales,[3] the Australian Capital Territory and Victoria,[4] Australia. The Victorian section was formerly known as the Cann Valley Highway until the 1980s.

The highway traverses the Monaro region, hence the name. It starts at Canberra and runs south past Michelago and Bredbo to Cooma. It continues to Nimmitabel, Bombala and beyond crossing the Victorian border until it meets Princes Highway at the town of Cann River. The Monaro Highway runs for 286 kilometres and it forms part of the main road route from Sydney to the Snowy Mountains, and to Victoria's Gippsland region (an important freight route, as an alternative to the Princes Highway).

The Monaro Highway was allocated a National Route 23 shield. With Victoria's conversion to the newer alphanumeric system in the late 1990s, the Victorian section was altered to a B23 designation.

Contents

Gallery

Major intersections and towns

Monaro Highway Australian Route 23.svg __Australian Alternate Route 23.png _Australian Tourist Route 5.jpg Australian Alphanumeric State Route B23.svg
Northbound Distance to
Sydney
(km)
Distance to
Orbost
(km)
Southbound
Australian traffic lights ahead sign.png Intersection (clockwise from highway)
Morshead Drive to Russell and Canberra City Centre
Morshead Drive _to_Goulburn_and_Sydney_via_Federal_Highway_Australian Alternate Route 23.png to Goulburn and Sydney via Federal Highway Australian National Route 23.svg
Pialligo Drive to Canberra Airport Canberra International Airport and Queanbeyan
End Monaro Highway Australian Alternate Route 23.png 287 361 Start Monaro Highway Australian Alternate Route 23.png
Duntroon, Canberra City Centre
Morshead Drive Australian traffic lights ahead sign.png
287.5 360.5 no intersection
Fyshwick
Newcastle Street Grade Separated Intersection
289.5 358.5 Fyshwick
Newcastle Street Grade Separated Intersection
CANBERRA RAIL LINE 290 358 CANBERRA RAIL LINE
Northbound Distance to
Canberra
(km)
Distance to
Orbost
(km)
Southbound
continues as Australian Alternate Route 23.png 9 357 End Australian Alternate Route 23.png
continues as _Australian Tourist Route 5.jpg Australian Route 23.svg
Canberra City Centre, Queanbeyan
Canberra Avenue (Kings Highway) _Australian Tourist Route 5.jpg Australian Route 23.svg Australian Route 52.svg Grade Separated Intersection
Woden, Queanbeyan
Hindmarsh Drive Grade Separated Intersection
10 356 To Australian Route 52.svg Queanbeyan, Batemans Bay; Woden
Hindmarsh Drive Grade Separated Intersection
To Australian Route 52.svg Queanbeyan, Batemans Bay
Lanyon Drive High Speed Intersection
14 352 Queanbeyan
Lanyon Drive Australian traffic lights ahead sign.png
Tuggeranong
Isabella Drive Give way sign at roundabout (Australia).svg
18 348 Tuggeranong
Isabella Drive Give way sign at roundabout (Australia).svg
_duplexes_with_Australian Tourist Route 5.jpg duplexes with Australian Route 23.svg 22 344 Theodore, Richardson, Tharwa
Johnson Drive / Tharwa Drive _Australian Tourist Route 5.jpg Give way sign at roundabout (Australia).svg
Theodore, Richardson, Tharwa
Johnson Drive / Tharwa Drive _Australian Tourist Route 5.jpg Give way sign at roundabout (Australia).svg
continues as Australian Route 23.svg
Queanbeyan
Cooma Road High Speed Intersection
30 336 Queanbeyan
Cooma Road High Speed Intersection
Williamsdale, Burra
Williamsdale Road High Speed Intersection
38 328 Williamsdale, Burra
Williamsdale Road High Speed Intersection
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
STATE BORDER
NEW SOUTH WALES
Michelago
Ryrie Street High Speed Intersection
54 312 Michelago
Ryrie Street High Speed Intersection
Bredbo 84 282 Bredbo
continues as Australian Route 23.svg 117 249 Cooma
Jindabyne, Tumut
Snowy Mountains Highway Australian Route 18.svg Give way sign at roundabout (Australia).svg
Jindabyne, Tumut
Snowy Mountains Highway Australian Route 18.svg Give way sign at roundabout (Australia).svg
Cooma Australian Route 18.svg duplexes with Australian Route 23.svg
Nimmitabel 153 213 Nimmitabel
Australian Route 18.svg duplexes with Australian Route 23.svg 163 203 Bega, Tathra
Snowy Mountains Highway Australian Route 18.svg High Speed Intersection
Bega, Tathra
Snowy Mountains Highway Australian Route 18.svg High Speed Intersection
continues as Australian Route 23.svg
Dalgety, Jindabyne
Ando Road High Speed Intersection
184 182 Dalgety, Jindabyne
Ando Road High Speed Intersection
Merimbula
Bombala-Cathcart Road Give way sign at roundabout (Australia).svg
205 161 Bombala
Bombala Merimbula
Bombala-Cathcart Road Give way sign at roundabout (Australia).svg
Delegate
Delegate Road High Speed Intersection
207 159 Delegate
Delegate Road High Speed Intersection
Eden
Nungatta Road High Speed Intersection
233 133 Eden
Nungatta Road High Speed Intersection
Start Australian Route 23.svg 247 119 End Australian Route 23.svg
NEW SOUTH WALES
STATE BORDER
VICTORIA
End Australian Alphanumeric State Route B23.svg 247 119 Start Australian Alphanumeric State Route B23.svg
Start Monaro Highway Australian Alphanumeric State Route B23.svg 291 75 Cann River
End Monaro Highway Australian Alphanumeric State Route B23.svg
High Speed Intersection Crossroads (clockwise from highway)
Princes Highway Australian Alphanumeric State Route A1.svg to Genoa, Mallacoota, Eden and Sydney
Tamboon Road to Point Hicks
Princes Highway Australian Alphanumeric State Route A1.svg to Orbost, Bairnsdale and Melbourne

See also

References

  1. ^ Alpha-Numeric Route Numbering for NSW. It is here!, Ozroads: the Australian Roads Website. Retrieved on 25 May 2008.
  2. ^ National Route 23, Ozroads: the Australian Roads Website. Retrieved on 11 May 2008.
  3. ^ Monaro Highway, New South Wales, Hotkey. Retrieved on 11 May 2008.
  4. ^ Monaro Highway, Victoria, Hotkey. Retrieved on 11 May 2008.



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