Road Photos & Information: Tasmania
A9 Arthur Highway (A9) - Sorell to Copping


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The Arthur Highway is a sealed road in Tasmania. It goes from Sorell to Port Arthur. The Arthur Highway's highest elevation along its length is 196m and the lowest point is at 4.15m. The Arthur Highway connects with the Tasman Highway and is the only connection between Hobart and the Tasman Peninsula, and Port Arthur.

The Arthur Highway is hilly along its length, with about 9.5 km that is steeper in incline/grade than 5% (1.3 km is steeper in incline/grade than 10%).


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Intersection Directional Sign
ID signage facing southbound traffic at the Arthur Hwy / Kellevie Rd (C336) junction at Copping.

Image © Michael Gill

AD Sign:
Travelling southeast on Arthur Hwy approaching Old Forcett Road at Forcett, November 2007.

Image © Peter Renshaw

ID Sign:
Intersection directional sign facing Old Forcett Road as you enter the intersection with Arthur Hwy at Forcett, November 2007.

Image © Peter Renshaw

Last updated: 10-Feb-2019 12:50

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