Road Photos & Information: New South Wales
B51   Kamilaroi Highway (B51)

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The highway is named after the Kamilaroi Aboriginal people of north western NSW. 2 The route connects the Hunter Valley with the far northwest outback of New South Wales.

The route consists of mostly single carriageway undivided roadway, passing through nature reserves, farmland, commercial and residential areas.

Multiplexes along the route include:

History:

Willow Tree to Narrabri   Narrabri to Willow Tree
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NEW! Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign at Quirindi, after the Loder St (TD25) junction, April 2019.

Image © Paul Rands

  Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on the Newell Hwy (A39) at Narrabri approaching the Kamilaroi Hwy (B51) roundabout,
July 2005.

Image © Michael Gill

NEW! Bolah Gap Road:
Corner of Kamilaroi Hwy (B51 / TD25) and Bolah Gap Rd at Quirindi, April 2019.

Image © Paul Rands

  Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign at Narrabri at the Newell Hwy (A39) roundabout
, September 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

NEW! Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Quirindi approaching Bundella Rd, April 2019.

Image © Paul Rands

  Distance Sign:
RD sign as the Kamilaroi Hwy (B51) leaves Narrabri
, September 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

NEW! Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Quirindi approaching Bundella Rd, April 2019.

Image © Paul Rands

  Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on Kamilaroi Hwy (B51) approaching Abbott St and Oxley Hwy (B56)
, September 2013. The B56 duplex starts at this junction.

Image © Peter Renshaw

NEW! Bundella Road:
Corner of Kamilaroi Hwy (B51 / TD25) and Bundella Rd at Quirindi, April 2019.

Image © Paul Rands

  Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching the roundabout with Oxley Hwy (B56) at Gunnedah
, September 2013. The B56 duplex ends at this junction.

Image © Peter Renshaw

NEW! Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign at Quirindi, after the Bundella Rd junction, April 2019.

Image © Paul Rands

  Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign as Kamilaroi Hwy (B51) leaves Gunnedah, September 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

NEW! Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Quirindi approaching Coonabarabran Rd, April 2019.

Image © Paul Rands

  Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign for Werris Ck-Caroona Road, Werris Creek, September 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

NEW! Black Advance Directional Sign:
Black AD sign on Coonabarabran Rd at Quirindi approaching Kamilaroi Hwy (B51 / TD25), April 2019.

Image © Paul Rands

  Distance Sign:
Southbound RD sign at Quirindi, after Pooles Lane intersection, September 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

Distance Sign:
RD sign as Kamilaroi Hwy (B51) leaves Quirindi, September 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

  Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Quirindi on Loder St (TD25) heading south towards the connection with Kamilaroi Hwy (B51), September 2013. The TD25 duplex starts at this junction.

Image © Peter Renshaw

Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign on Kamilaroi Hwy (B51) at Narrabri approaching Newell Hwy (A39), January 2014. Note the remnant NH39 coverplate.

Image © Michael Greenslade

  NEW! Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign at the junction of Loder St (TD25) and Kamilaroi Hwy (B51 / TD25) at Quirindi, April 2019.

Image © Paul Rands

Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign assembly facing Mayfield Rd, Baan Baa, September 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

     

1 Roads & Traffic Authority, Schedule of Classified Roads and State & Regional Roads, January 2011
2 Roads & Traffic Authority, Heritage and Conservation Register, Brewarrina Bridge over Barwon River
3 Roads & Traffic Authority, Annual Report 2000, November 2000, ISSN 1037-3276
4 Kevin Humphries MP, Media Release, Barwon roads continue to improve, 11 Ocotober 2011
5 Kevin Anderson MP, Media Release, Wire Rope Safety Barriers For Kamilaroi Highway, 11 April 2012
6 Roads and Maritime Services, Media Release, Safety upgrades continue on the Kamilaroi Highway between Baan Baa and Turrawan from August 30, August 2021

Last updated: 17-Oct-2021 19:17

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