Tod Highway

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Tod Highway

Tod Highway is located in South Australia
North end
North end
South end
South end
General information
Type Highway
Length 177 km (110 mi)[1]
Route number(s) B90
Major junctions
North end Eyre Highway, Kyancutta, South Australia
  Birdseye Highway (B91)
South end Flinders Highway, 23km west of Port Lincoln, South Australia
Major settlements Warramboo, Lock, Karkoo, Yeelanna, Cummins, Edillilie, Wanilla
Highway system

Tod Highway is an important 177 kilometre highway serving South Australia's Eyre Peninsula's wheatbelt. It runs from Kyancutta, on the Eyre Highway to Port Lincoln and is signed as B90. It practically divides the Eyre Peninsula into eastern and western halves. It is named after Robert Tod who explored the area in 1839.[citation needed] The highway passes through wheat, barley, wool and livestock farms. The highway provides access to grain terminals in Port Lincoln. The main town on the highway is Lock, practically in the centre of the Eyre Peninsula.

Major intersections

LGA[2] Location[3] km[1] mi Destinations[2] Notes
Wudinna District Council Kyancutta 0 0.0
Elliston Lock 54 34 Birdseye HighwayElliston, Cleve, Cowell
Lower Eyre Peninsula Cummins 135 84 Bratten WayTumby Bay
Pearlah 177 110 Flinders Highway


  1. ^ a b Google (1 October 2014). "Flinders Highway driving directions" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 1 October 2014.
  2. ^ a b A.J. Millazzo, Delegate of the Commissioner of Highways (28 February 2011). "Naming of State Rural Roads - Eyre Peninsula" (PDF). Government of South Australia. Rack Plan 997. Retrieved 1 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Property Location Browser". Retrieved 1 October 2014.

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