Road Photos & Information: Queensland
Bruce Highway (National Highway 1) (Decommissioned) - Bald Hills to Beerburrum

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The Highway 1 corridor is the main coastal route from the NSW border to the northern tip of the east coast of Australia, and links major cities and towns with Brisbane, and beyond the NSW border, Sydney.

Bruce Highway is named after former Minister of Public Works, Henry Bruce and connects Brisbane with all coastal regions north of the city.

The route is freeway standard from the Gateway Motorway interchange to Curra, north of Cooroy. From there, the route alternates between single and dual carriageway, and passes through rural, residential, industrial and commercial areas.

History:

Bald Hills to Beerburrum Beerburrum to Bald Hills
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Freeway Green Advance Directional Sign:
Freeway Green AD sign at Burpengary approaching Progress Rd interchange, October 2004.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign at Elimbah, May 2005.

Image © Rob Tilley

Morayfield Road:
Bruce Hwy (NH1) as passes under Uhlmann Rd & Morayfield Rd (SR60) at Burpengary, March 2006.

Image © Paul Rands

Pumicestone Road:
Bruce Hwy (NH1) at the Pumicestone Rd interchange at Elimbah, April 2005.

Image © Rob Tilley

Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign at Beerburrum, November 2005.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Freeway Green Reassurance Directional Sign:
Freeway Green distance sign at Caboolture, May 2005.

Image © Rob Tilley

Service Centre:
Bruce Hwy (NH1) at the Service Centre at Morayfield, March 2006.

Image © Paul Rands

Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Caboolture approaching Bribie Island Rd (SR85) and D'Aguilar Hwy (SR85), May 2005.

Image © Rob Tilley

Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Morayfield approaching Buchanans Rd, March 2006.

Image © Paul Rands

Buchanans Road:
Bruce Hwy (NH1) at the Buchanans Rd interchange, Morayfield, October 2005.

Image © Rob Tilley

Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Caboolture approaching Bribie Island Rd (SR85) and D'Aguilar Hwy (SR85), March 2006.

Image © Paul Rands

Supplemental Advance Directional Sign
Supplemental AD sign at Morayfield approaching Bribie Island Rd (SR85) and D'Aguilar Hwy (SR85), March 2006.

Image © Paul Rands

Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Caboolture approaching the Pumicestone Rd interchange, March 2006.

Image © Paul Rands

Pumicestone Road:
Bruce Hwy (NH1) at the Pumicestone Rd interchange, Caboolture, March 2006.

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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Elimbah approaching Glass House Mountains Rd (TD24), March 2006. TD24 is now named Steve Irwin Way and is a former alignment of Bruce Hwy.

Image © Paul Rands

Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Glenview approaching Caloundra Rd (SR6) and Glass House Mountains Rd (SR 6 / TD24), March 2006.

Image © Paul Rands

Glass House Mountains Road & Caloundra Road:
Bruce Hwy (NH1) at the interchange with Caloundra Rd (SR6) and Glass House Mountains Rd (SR 6 / TD24) at Glenview, March 2006.

Image © Paul Rands

Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on the off ramp to Glass House Mountains Rd (SR6 / TD24) and Caloundra Rd (SR6) at Glenview, April 2005.

Image © Rob Tilley

Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign on the northbound on ramp to Bruce Hwy (NH1) from Glass House Mountains Rd (SR6 / TD24) and Caloundra Rd (SR6) at Glenview, April 2005.

Image © Rob Tilley

Click here for the continuation of NH1 between Beerburrum and Nambour

1 Department of Transport and Main Roads, The State Road Network of Queensland, 30 June 2010
2 Nambour Chronicle, 4 October 1929
3 Nambour Chronicle, 8 November 1929
3 Nambour Chronicle, 26 October 1934
4 Nambour Chronicle, 23 November 1934
5 Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, North Coast Roadside Rest Areas
6 Tyler Bullock
7 Caboolture in the 70s

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