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The Kidman Way is a rural route in mid western New South Wales. It consists mostly of undivided single carriageway roadway.

The Kidman Way connects several remote towns of the State’s outback country.

Multiplexes along the route include:

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Jerilderie to Bourke   Bourke to Jerilderie
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No Fuel Sign:
Sign on the outskirts of Hillston as Kidman Way (SR87) leaves town, July 2009.

Image © Richard Wardle

  Cobar:
Kidman Way (SR87) as it makes its way through the town of Cobar, July 2009.

Image © Richard Wardle

Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign as Kidman Way (SR87) leaves Hillston, July 2009.

Image © Richard Wardle

  Alphanumeric Intersection Directional Sign:
Alphanumeric ID sign at the junction with Kidman Way (SR87) and Kings Cross-Corella Tank Rd at Gunderbooka, July 2009.

Image © Richard Wardle

Alphanumeric Advance Directional Sign:
Alphanumeric AD sign on Kidman Way (SR87) at Wallantherry approaching Lachlan Valley Way, July 2009.

Image © Richard Wardle

  Heavy Vehicles Sign:
Heavy vehicles sign on Kidman Way (SR87) in Cobar approaching Silos Rd and Cowper St, July 2009.

Image © Richard Wardle

Alphanumeric Intersection Directional Sign:
Alphanumeric ID sign at the junction with Kidman Way (SR87) and Kings Cross-Corella Tank Rd at Gunderbooka, July 2009.

Image © Richard Wardle

  tn_200603_01_darlingtonpnt_sturthwy_nh20_richardwardle.jpg Advance Directional Sign:
Advance directional sign, southbound on Kidman Way (SR87) at Darlington Point, approaching Sturt Hwy (NH20). March 2006.

Image © Richard Wardle

Services Sign:
Services sign as Kidman Way (SR87) leaves Cobar, July 2009.

Image © Richard Wardle

     

1 Roads & Traffic Authority, Schedule of Classified Roads (and unclassified Regional Roads, 25 February 2008
2 Roads & Traffic Authority, NSW Government Gazette, 15 January 2010
3 Roads & Traffic Authority, Heritage & Conservation Register, Survey Tree "BM AN 42", Darlington Point

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