Road Photos & Information: South Australia
B89 Spencer Highway (B89)

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B89 is a semi-coastal route connecting the small port towns north of Adelaide along the eastern side of the Spencer Gulf. It's a rural highway standard of road.

The main town in this area is South Australia's first proclaimed provincial city, Port Pirie. 1

History:

Wallaroo to Port Pirie

Port Pirie to Wallaroo
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UPDATEDAdvance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Port Broughton on Bute Road approaching Spencer Highway (Bay Street) (B89). June 2010. Click here for a photo of this location by Michael Greenslade from December 2003.

Image © Darrin Smith

UPDATED AD Sign:
Advance directional sign as you enter the Port Pirie area. corner of Main Street and Three Chain Road. December 2003.

Image © Michael Greenslade

NEW Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Port Broughton approaching Bute Rd, December 2003.

Image © Michael Greenslade

NEW Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign with space for route number at Port Pirie South, December 2003.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign assembly at Port Broughton at the junction with Bute Road, facing Spencer Highway (Bay Street) (B89). June 2010.

Image © Darrin Smith

Advance Directional Sign:
Approaching the intersection of Warnertown Rd and Pt Germain Rd at Port Pirie. June 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

Warnertown Road / Port Germain Road Intersection:
Corner of Warnertown Rd and Pt Germain Rd. B89 turns left here and eventually meets NH-A1. June 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

AD Sign:
Advance directional sign approaching Port Wakefield Rd / Princes Hwy and Nelshaby Road intersection at Bungama, June 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

NH-A1 / Nelshaby Rd Intersection:
Corner of Port Wakefield Road / Princes Highway (NH-A1) and Nelshaby Road at Bungama, with the Flinders Ranges in the distance, June 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

1 Port Pirie Regional Council
2 Darrin Smith

Last updated: 08-Dec-2020 12:22

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