|Picton Road, South Western Highway, Coalfields Highway, Arthur Road, Wagin-Dumbleyung Road, Dumbleyung-Lake Grace Road & Newdegate-Ravensthorpe Road (State Route 107)|
SR107 connects the coast of Western Australia, with the state's coalfields and wheat belt. The road is generally rural road / rural highway standard and runs in a generally east to west fashion from end to end. SR107 forms the route 5 part of the official heavy haulage route system in Southwestern Western Australia.1 The route also features the Lake King Causeway at the town of Lake King. It allows motorists to cross 10 kms of salt lakes and is the longest WA road built across a salt lake. 2
The multiplexes along the route include SR20 (Sth Western Hwy) from Glen Iris in Bunbury to Burekup, and SR30 (Albany Hwy) at Arthurs River.
The photos of this route are divided into sections, please click inside a green square in the map below:
1 Main Roads Western Australia
2 Lake Grace Shire
Last updated: 08 Nov 2019 01:09
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