Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Adelaide

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Sir Donald Bradman Drive

Sir donald bradman dr, mile end.jpg
Looking east at the South Road intersection towards the city.
General information
Type Road
Length 6 km (3.7 mi)
Opened 1 January 2001[1]
Route number(s) A6
Major junctions
West end Lockleys
East end Adelaide CBD
Major suburbs Lockleys, Adelaide Airport, Brooklyn Park, Cowandilla, Hilton, Mile End, Mile End South, Adelaide

Sir Donald Bradman Drive is a major arterial road that travels east–west through the western suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia.[2] It is the main route from the Adelaide city centre to the Adelaide Airport.

Formerly known as Burbridge Road, the section between the city centre and Tapleys Hill Road was renamed as Sir Donald Bradman Drive on 1 January 2001[1] in honour of Australian cricketer Sir Donald Bradman. The remaining section of Burbridge Road, west of Tapleys Hill Road to the coast, retains its original name,

The road starts at West Terrace, goes through the Adelaide Park Lands, over the Adelaide-Melbourne railway line and crosses South Road and Marion Road before passing the Airport and reaching Tapleys Hill Road.[2]

See also

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  1. ^ a b South Australian Government Gazette Archived 11 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine., 3 August 2000, page 432
  2. ^ a b 2003 Adelaide Street Directory, 41st Edition. UBD (A Division of Universal Press Pty Ltd). 2003. ISBN 0-7319-1441-4.

Coordinates: 34°55′45″S 138°35′13″E / 34.92926°S 138.58682°E / -34.92926; 138.58682

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