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Welcome to the Australian roads portal.

This portal is designed to give an overview of articles associated with the roads in Australia, predominantly with a focus on the roads themselves, but also on their history, associated infrastructure, and other related topics.

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Majura Parkway adjacent to Mount Majura solar farm

Majura Parkway
Road in Canberra, Australia

The Majura Parkway is an 11.5-kilometre-long (7.1 mi) north–south parkway in the Majura district of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). It links at its northern end to the Federal Highway and Horse Park Drive at the edge of the Gungahlin district, and at its southern end to the Monaro Highway in Pialligo. Read more...

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DID YOU KNOW?

... that the Canberra road Yarra Glen does not have one of the usual roadway suffixes because the name sounds better without them?
... that at a cost of A$812 million, the South Road Superway in Adelaide is the biggest single investment in a road project in South Australia’s history?
... that a grader which broke down during construction of Gary Junction Road had to be towed over 800 kilometres (500 mi), travelling at just 3 kilometres per hour (1.9 mph)?

 
 

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