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  Domain Highway (B36)

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One of the shortest routes in the state, B36 links National Highway 1 to the Tasman Bridge and Tasman Highway. It bypasses the Royal Botanic Gardens and lies between it and the River Derwent, near Hobart.

The route is undivided single carriageway, with 1 lane in each direction, but feature grade separated interchanges at both ends.

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Reassurance Directional Sign :
Distance sign at New Town, October 2013.

Image © Mick Jeffery

Advance Directional Sign :
AD sign at New Town approaching Tasman Hwy (A3) interchange, October 2013.

Image © Mick Jeffery

Advance Directional Sign :
AD sign at New Town approaching Tasman Hwy (A3) interchange, October 2013.

Image © Mick Jeffery

Tasman Highway Interchange :
Signage at the Tasman Hwy (A3) interchange at Queens Domain, October 2013.

Image © Mick Jeffery

1 Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources, Transport, Infrastructure Projects, Domain Highway On-Ramp from the Brooker Highway

Last updated: 11-Dec-2013 22:33

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