Road Photos & Information: Queensland
Route Number   Myall Street, Elm Street, Cooroy-Noosa Road,  Beckmans Road, Eumundi Road, Eenie Creek Road, Heathland Drive, David Low Way, Edwards Street, Bradman Avenue, Duporth Avenue, Beach Road, Horton Parade, Aerodrome Road, Alexandra Parade, Mooloolaba Esplanade, Venning Street, Walan Street, Brisbane Road, Nicklin Way, Caloundra Road, Steve Irwin Way, Peachester Road & Kilcoy-Beerwah Road (State Route 6) - Former Alignment: Glenview to Woodford

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State Route 6 is an arterial route linking the Sunshine Coast hinterland with the coast. It's a mix of rural and suburban roadway, passing through farmland, bushland, rural, residential, commercial and light industrial areas.

The route takes a circuitous routing, and is not always the most direct route between towns.

History:

This page looks at former alignments between Woodford and Glenview

Glenview to Woodford
Woodford to Glenview
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Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign after Roberts Rd at Beerwah, November 2005.

Image Michael Greenslade



Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on the former alignment through Beerwah, on Peachester Rd approaching Roberts Rd, November 2005. SR6 used to turn right at this junction.

Image Michael Greenslade




Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign on the former alignment through Beerwah, at the corner of Peachester Rd and Roberts Rd, April 2005. SR6 used to turn right at this junction.

Image Rob Tilley




Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign on the former alignment through Beerwah, at the corner of Peachester Rd and Roberts Rd, April 2005. SR6 used to turn left at this junction.

Image Rob Tilley




Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on Mahwinney St (former SR6) in Beerwah, April 2005.

Image Rob Tilley




Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign facing Mahwinney St (former SR6) in Beerwah, April 2005.

Image Rob Tilley

1 Nambour Chronicle
2 Tyler Bullock
3 Queensland Government, Ministerial Media Statements, Glass House Mountains Road to be Renamed in Honour of Steve Irwin, 27 September 2006
4 The Star Online, Australian road named for adventurer Steve Irwin, 2 January 2007
5 Queensland Government, Ministerial Media Statements, Roadside sign honours wildlife warrior, 18 April 2008.
6 Queensland Government, Ministerial Media Statements, Preliminary works begin for upgrade of section of Steve Irwin Way, 26 August 2008.
7 Queensland Government, Environment and Resource Management, Media Releases, Pioneering immigrant honoured in gully naming, 29 July 2011
8 Queensland Government, Ministerial Media Statements, Moving mountains to reconstruct Kilcoy-Beerwah Road, 18 January 2012

Last updated: 08 Nov 2019 00:17

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