Augusta Highway

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Augusta Highway
South Australia
Highway sign, Port Augusta West, 2017 (03).jpg
Sign at the northern end of the Highway
Augusta Highway is located in South Australia
South end
South end
North end
North end
Coordinates
General information
Type Highway
Length 211 km (131 mi)[1]
Gazetted 2011[2]
Route number(s) National Highway A1
Major junctions
South end Port Wakefield Road (National Highway A1), Port Wakefield
 
North end
Location(s)
Major settlements Snowtown, Crystal Brook, Port Pirie, Port Germein
Highway system

The Augusta Highway is the part of Australia's ring route (Highway 1) located in South Australia between Port Wakefield and Port Augusta. It was named Augusta Highway in 2011, and was formerly known simply as Highway One[2] and also as the Princes Highway, despite not being continuous to the Princes Highway in the southeast of the state.

Major intersections

LGA[3] Location[3] km[1] mi Destinations Notes
Wakefield Regional Council Port Wakefield 0 0.0 Port Wakefield RoadAdelaide
0 0.0 Port Wakefield–Auburn Road (B84)Auburn
2 1.2 Copper Coast Highway (B85)Kadina, South Australia main route between Adelaide and Yorke Peninsula
Lochiel 31 19
Snowtown 47 29 Barunga Gap Road – Bute and Kadina
49 30 Condowie Plain Road – Brinkworth and Blyth
Port Pirie Regional Council Merriton 90 56 Clements Road – Port Broughton
Crystal Brook 95 59 Venning Road – Crystal Brook, Gladstone southern entrance to Crystal Brook
102 63 Goyder Highway (B64) northern entrance to Crystal Brook
Warnertown Wilkins Highway (B79)Laura, Gladstone
Bungama 120 75 Warnertown Road – Port Pirie southern entrance to Port Pirie
Napperby 124 77 Spencer Highway (B89) northern entrance to Port Pirie
Mount Remarkable Port Germein 142 88 Port Germein
143 89 Germein Gorge Road – Murray Town
Port Augusta Winninowie 188 117 Horrocks Pass Road/Main North Road (B56)
Stirling North 202 126 Flinders Ranges Way (B83)
Port Augusta 211 131 Eyre Highway (National Highway A1)Eyre Peninsula and Western Australia
211 131 Stuart Highway (National Highway A87) – the Outback and Northern territory
  •       Route transition

References

  1. ^ a b Google (17 September 2014). "Driving the Augusta Highway" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 17 September 2014.
  2. ^ a b "Highway One gets a change of name". Plains Producer. 19 August 2011. Retrieved 2 September 2014.
  3. ^ a b A.J.Miazzo (16 December 2013). "Naming of State Rural Roads - Mid North" (PDF). Government of South Australia. Rack Plan 869. Retrieved 17 September 2014.

External links

Media related to Augusta Highway at Wikimedia Commons


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