Road Photos & Information: Queensland
M2 A2   Gateway Motorway, Logan Motorway, Ipswich Motorway, Warrego Highway, Landsborough Highway & Barkly Highway (M2/A2) - Former Alignment: Dinmore to Toowoomba

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General Information:

M/A2 is the main link from Brisbane to the northern territory. It varies from motorway standard in the Brisbane metropolitan area, to dual carriageway rural highway standard between Brisbane and Toowoomba, and rural highway standard beyond Toowoomba.

History:

This page concentrates on the former A2 alignment through the Toowoomba area.

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Warning Sign:
Special Very Steep Descent warning sign at Redwood, as you descend the Toowoomba Range, October 2005.

Image © Paul Rands

Speed Camera Sign:
Sign indicating the possible use of speed cameras along the Toowoomba Range. Redwood, October 2005.

Image © Paul Rands

Steep Descent Sign:
Sign indicating the level of drop down the Toowoomba Range at Redwood. October 2005.

Image © Paul Rands

Toowoomba Range:
Warrego Hwy (A2) as it descends the Toowoomba Rage at Redwood, February 2017.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Toowoomba Range:
Warrego Hwy (A2) as it descends the Toowoomba Rage at Redwood, February 2017.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Toowoomba Range:
Warrego Hwy (A2) as it descends the Toowoomba Rage at Redwood, February 2017.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Warning Sign:
Special Very Steep Descent warning sign at Redwood, as you descend the Toowoomba Range, October 2005.

Image © Paul Rands

Entering Withcott:
The final descent down the Toowoomba Range into the town of Withcott, October 2005.

Image © Paul Rands

1 The State Road Network Map, 30 June 2008
2 Queensland Roads, Edition No 5, (Toowoomba Range Tunnels Report), March 2008
3 QMR, Strategic Tourism Routes Revision 12
4 Ministerial Media Statements, Federal Government own worst enemy on roads: Lucas, 25 July 2006
5 Ministerial Media Statements, Haigslea intersection easier to negotiate, 22 May 2008

Last updated: 14-Dec-2019 14:01

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