Road Photos & Information: New South Wales
M1 A1   Pacific Motorway, Pacific Highway, New England Highway, John Renshaw Drive, Gore Hill Freeway, Warringah Freeway, Sydney Harbour Tunnel, Cahill Expressway, Eastern Distributor, Southern Cross Drive, General Holmes Drive, The Grand Parade, President Avenue, Princes Highway & Princes Motorway (M1 / A1) - Bodalla to Cobargo


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The Princes Highway was formed from a string of roads linking Sydney to the Illawarra, and then forming a coastal route to Melbourne and into South Australia. The section covered by A1 is in 2 pieces - between Rockdale and Waterfall in Sydney, and then Yallah near Wollongong through to the Victorian Border. The route is a mix of urban arterial road, dual carriageway and also rural highway.


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AD sign, southbound on Princes Hwy at Tilba Tilba approaching Bermagui Rd, May 2011.

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Click here for the Princes Hwy (A1) between Cobargo and Bega
Click here for the continuation of the Princes Hwy (A1) between Batemans Bay and Bodalla

1 Roads & Maritime Services, Schedule of Classified Roads and Unclassified Regional Roads, August 2013.
2 Main Roads Board, Annual Report, Volume 1, Number 1, September 1929.
3 Roads & Traffic Authority, Thematic History, 2nd Edition, 2006.
4 Roads & Maritime Services, Projects, Princes Highway upgrade, Nangudga Lake Bridge replacement.
5 Roads & Maritime Services, Projects, Princes Highway upgrade, Victoria Creek.

Last updated: 22-Dec-2019 19:36

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