|Burnett Highway near Binjour was formerly|
|Length||553 km (344 mi)|
|From||Bruce Highway, Rockhampton, Queensland|
|via||Mt. Morgan, Dululu, Biloela, Monto, Eidsvold, Mundubbera, Gayndah, Ban Ban Springs, Goomeri|
|To||D'Aguilar Highway, Nanango, Queensland|
|Allocation||Biloela West - Biloela:
(duplex with )
Goomeri - Goomeri South: (duplex with )
|Major junctions|| Leichhardt Highway
Wide Bay Highway
The Burnett Highway is an inland rural highway located in Queensland, Australia. The highway runs generally north - south, from its junction with the Bruce Highway, just south of Rockhampton, to Nanango. Length is approximately 550 kilometres. The highway takes its name from the Burnett River, which it crosses a number of times. The Burnett Highway provides the most direct link between the northern end of the New England Highway and Rockhampton. It is designated as a State Strategic Road by the Queensland Government.
List of towns on the Burnett Highway
From north to south
- "The State Road Network of Queensland". Queensland Government. 30 June 2011. Retrieved 14 January 2012.