Distance sign showing decommissioned route SR61, along Wallgrove Road in Eastern Creek. Image Paul Rands

This page covers routes located across New South Wales that have had their route numbers decommissioned.

Route numbers are usually decommissioned because their importance has diminished or the numbering system becomes defunct.

National Highways National Routes State Routes Metroads Tourist Drives
The green and gold route markers indicate routes which are part of the National Highway System. They indicate the most direct routes between major cities. The black on white markers indicate highways around Australia which are not part of the National Highway System but are still of some national significance. The white on blue shields indicate urban and interregional routes. Used solely in the Sydney metropolitan area to indicate main urban routes. They generally form the shortest routes from one side of the city to the other. The white on brown Tourist Drive markers denote roads through areas of significant scenic or historic interest.

Last updated: 16-Nov-2013 22:49

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