Pacific Highway (Australia)

Pacific Highway (Australia)

The Pacific Highway is a major transport route along part of the east coast of Australia and is part of Australia's national route 1.

It is 960 km long and links Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, to Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, along the coast, via Gosford, Newcastle, Taree, Port Macquarie, Kempsey, Coffs Harbour, Grafton, Ballina, and the Gold Coast.

Read more about Pacific Highway (Australia):  History, Current Status, Safety, Route Description, Interchanges, Speed Limits (south To North), Cities and Towns

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