|Gwydir Highway (National Route 38) - Moree to Walgett (Decommissioned)|
National Route 38 is a rural highway in northern New South Wales, which connects the north coast with outback NSW. For the most part it's undivided, except in a handful of spots.
It runs parallel with the Gwydir River, and is named after Lord Gwydir by Alan Cunningham who crossed the river at Gravesend in 1827.
|Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign at Walgett, December 2003.
Image © Michael Greenslade
|Click here for the continuation of National Route 38 between Moree and Warialda|
1 Roads & Traffic Authority, Schedule of Classified Roads and State & Regional Roads, January 2011
2 Department of Main Roads, The Roadmakers, A History of Main Roads in New South Wales, ISBN 0 7240 0439 4
Last updated: 12-Jul-2019 10:12
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