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State Route 22 is a 2 part route, truncated after numbering changes in the Brisbane area during the 1990s. The eastern section features a small unsigned section along O'Keefe St at Woolloongabba as well as an unsigned duplex with SR95 within the same suburb. 2

The western section of the route passes through commercial, residential and rural zones, and features several tracts of bushland as it makes its way into the mountains northwest of Brisbane CBD.

The routing of SR22 once included Cavendish Rd at Coorparoo, Stanley and Vulture Streets in East Brisbane, Woolloongabba and South Brisbane as well as Cordelia and Merivale Streets, Peel and Melbourne Streets and Grey St in South Brisbane, plus Skew St, Petrie Tce, Saul St, Countess St and Kelvin Grove Rd in Brisbane, and Kelvin Grove Rd in Kelvin Grove and then Enoggera Rd in New Market and Alderley.

Multiplexes along the route include:

Alderley to Dayboro   Dayboro to Alderley
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Intersection Directional Sign:
End SR22 trailblazer and ID sign assembly at the junction with Mt Mee Rd (SR58 / TD29) and Hay Rd at Dayboro, November 2009.

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  Start SR22:
Start SR22 trailblazer on Williams St in Dayboro, November 2009.

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      Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on Williams St in Dayboro approaching McKenzie St and Bradley St (SR22), November 2009.

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      Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign in Dayboro at the junction of Williams St, McKenzie St and Bradley St (SR22), November 2009.

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      Distance Sign:
Reassurance directional sign as SR22 leaves Dayboro, November 2009.

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      Black Advance Directional Sign:
Black AD sign on Mt Samson Rd (SR22) at Mt Samson approaching Winn Rd, November 2009.

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      Old Mt Samson Road:
Corner of Mt Samson Rd (SR22) and Old Mt Samson Rd in Mt Samson, November 2009.

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      Black Advance Directional Sign:
Black AD sign approaching Cedar Ck Rd at Closeburn, November 2009.

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      Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on Mt Samson Rd (SR22) at Yugar approaching Eatons Crossing Rd, November 2009.

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      Distance Sign:
RD sign missing a SR22 shield at Yugar, November 2009. Note the decimal point on the first distance.

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      Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign in Samford approaching the roundabout with Corbett St and Mt Glorious Rd (TD9), November 2009. The TD9 duplex starts at this junction, though not shown on this sign.

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      Distance Sign:
RD sign on Samford Rd (SR22) in Samford, November 2009.

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      Trailblazer:
Tourist Drive 9 trailblazer at Samford, November 2009.

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      Trailblazer:
Tourist Drive 9 trailblazer at Ferny Hills, November 2009.

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      Trailblazer:
State Route 22 trailblazer at Ferny Hills, November 2009.

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      End Tourist Drive 9:
End TD9 at Ferny Grove, November 2009.

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      Ferny Grove:
Samford Rd (SR22) as it passes through Ferny Grove, November 2009.

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      Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Keperra approaching Upper Kedron Rd, November 2009.

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      Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Keperra approaching Settlement Rd (SR40), November 2009. The SR40 duplex starts at this junction.

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      Trailblazer:
Very faded SR22 trailblazer on Samford Rd (SR22 / SR40) at Keperra, November 2009.

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      Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on Samford Rd (SR22) approaching Wardell St (Metroad 5) at Enoggera, November 2009.

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Click here for State Route 22 between Woolloongabba and Cleveland

1 Transport and Main Roads, Queensland State Controlled Roads and Regions Maps, Metropolitan East
2 Transport and Main Roads, from corresondence from April 2012

Last updated: 08-May-2012 20:50

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