Road Photos & Information: South Australia
B34   Mt Crawford Road, Warren Road, Torrens Valley Road, Onkaparinga Valley Road, Mt Barker Road, Echunga Road, Adelaide Road, Battunga Road, Mawson Road, Brookman Road, Victor Harbor Road & Pages Flat Road (B34)

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General Information:

B34 is a route that connects the Adelaide Hills to the Fleurieu Peninsula area, south of Adelaide.

The Mount Barker Road section of B34 between Verdun and Hahndorf used to once be the Princes Hwy and used to be numbered NR1 until the 1970s.

The route is pretty much all rural highway / rural road standard and at times quite windy as it makes its way through the Adelaide Hills.

Multiplexes include:

History:

Myponga to Williamstown   Williamstown to Myponga
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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Myponga, approaching Hindmarsh Tiers Rd, July 2014.

Image © Michael Greenslade

  Mt Crawford Road / Lyndoch Valley Road Intersection:
Southbound on Lyndoch Valley Road (B31) at Williamstown approaching the intersection with Mt Crawford Road (B34) and Victoria Terrace (B31). April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

NEW Entering Meadows:
Mawson Rd (B34) as it enters the town of Meadows, December 2003.

Image © Michael Greenslade

  AD Sign Assembly:
AD signs on Warren Road at Williamstown approaching Springton Road, December 2010. Click here for a photo of this location, featuring black signs, by Darrin Smith from April 2007.

Image © Michael Greenslade

NEW Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Verdun approaching Princes Hwy (M1) and Mt Barker Rd (B34), December 2003.

Image © Michael Greenslade

  Advance Directional Sign:
Southbound AD for Cricks Mill Road (B35) at Cromer. December 2010.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign at Charleston, October 2012.

Image © Michael Greenslade

  AD Sign:
Advance directional sign approaching the intersection with Adelaide-Mannum Road at Birdwood. From this junction, B34 duplexes with B10 for about 2 km through Birdwood. December 2010.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Approaching Cricks Mill Road:
Advance directional sign approaching the intersection with Cricks Mill Road (B35) at Cromer. October 2004.

Image © Darrin Smith


Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign at Birdwood, October 2012.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Entering Williamstown:
Entering the town of Williamstown. April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

  Black ID Sign Assembly:
Black intersection directional sign assembly at the junction with Strathalbyn Rd (B33) at Echunga. B34 turns left here onto Adelaide Rd (B33 / B34)

Image © Peter Renshaw

Mt Crawford Rd Intersection:
Warren Rd looking north towards the intersection with Mt Crawford Rd at Williamstown. B34 turns left here and follows Mt Crawford Rd through town to terminate with South Para Rd (B31). April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith


Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign at the junction with Strathalbyn Rd (B33) at Echunga, October 2012. The B33 duplex ends at this junction.

Image © Michael Greenslade

      NEW Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Meadows approaching Mawson Rd (unnumbered & B34) and Nottage Rd, December 2003.

Image © Michael Greenslade

      Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Myponga, approaching Main South Rd (B23), July 2014.

Image © Michael Greenslade

1 Transport SA, State Route Numbers map, May 2003
2 Transport SA
3 Government of South Australia, Department of Planning, Transport & Infrastructure, News, Hahndorf wombat crossings, 16 Sep 2014
4 Government of South Australia, Department of Planning, Transport & Infrastructure, News, Three major intersection upgrades in the Adelaide Hills 15 Sep 2014
5 Government of South Australia, Department of Planning, Transport & Infrastructure, News, Works begins on Noarlunga to Victor Harbor Road, 02 Oct 2015
6 Government of South Australia, Department of Planning, Transport & Infrastructure, News, Safety to be improved at the Springton Road junction with Mt Crawford Road and Warren Road, Williamstown, 02 May 2016

Last updated: 03-Dec-2020 23:01

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