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Australia's Country Way
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Australia's Country Way guides you to the delights and treasures that pepper the countryside of the Great Dividing Range. From Sydney to Rockhampton the holiday is as much about savouring the journey as reaching the destination. Winding roads reveal sweeping vistas, seasonal produce and welcoming hospitality. Australia's country Way is the classic road trip.

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Kilometres of crops and grazing stock flank the road, interrupted by stunning natural formations and welcoming towns imbued with history. Accommodation ranges from friendly roadside motels to holiday parks, cosy cabins, romantic bed and breakfasts, luxury retreats and farm stays. Like a giant smorgasbord, Australia's Country Way uncovers the true blue producers and there's no shortage of ways to enjoy the country harvest. Each region has its claim to culinary fame and restaurants, cafes, cellar doors and delis harness these assets along the route.

Explore wine regions of the Hunter Valley, Tamworth, New England, Granite Belt and South Burnett regions. Uncover the bountiful citrus, beef and grain growing districts of the Darling Downs, South and North Burnett and Rockhampton. Enjoy the fruit and vegetables of Stanthorpe and Warwick in Queensland's high country or drop a line for fresh fish in the rivers, dams and lakes dotted along the highway.

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Journey Routes


  • Sydney to Tamworth

    Head north out of Sydney towards Newcastle swinging inland through Cessnock in the Hunter Valley's hinterland wine country. Take a pit stop to enjoy award winning wines, olives, seasonal fruit, local cheeses and perhaps overnighting in a cosy cottage amongst the vineyards. Singleton is next, a laidback atmosphere awaits in this town which is conveniently bordered by the Broke Fordwich wine region. The centres of Broke and Muswellbrook are surrounded by national parks and steeped in the heritage of Australian bush lore. Into the Upper Hunter the fertile river flats house award winning wineries, horse studs, quaint lane ways and country roads winding through rolling hills. Big Sky Country signals you are half way to Toowoomba and a long way from the daily grind.The landscape shifts to the famous Australian grazing country and gorge country.
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  • Tamworth to Armidale

    The Golden Guitar stands as a perennial monument to a true blue country heart, celebrated in earnest at the Tamworth Country Music Festival - attracting over 50,000 visitors from over the world, while about 800 artists make up 2,500 acts in 120 different venues. Tamworth is the capital of the New England North West region of New South Wales. Accordingly, the centre of the town has grown into a leafy hub of paved walkways, seating, palm trees and cafes offering a friendly and fuss-free city for all to enjoy. There's a wealth of accommodation options including bed and breakfasts, farm stays, caravan parks, five star and premium hotels. Tamworth offers ready access to Warrabah National Park - where the upper Namoi River flows through gorges and camping and fishing grounds. Travelling north, Australia's Country Way traverses the stunning tablelands around Armidale. Buffered against the escarpment of the Great Dividing Range rugged terrain gives way to the beautiful natural settings of the New England National Parks, Cathedral Rock and Oxley Wild Rivers. Armidale offers the finely tuned combination of sophisticated amenities, beautiful produce and dining in a welcoming country ambience.
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  • Armidale to Tenterfield

    Guyra, on top of the range, is an attractive town with a diverse blend of attractions. Renowned for their natural beauty the New England Tablelands are distinct from one season to the next. The Glen Innes region is known as Celtic Country, an identity proudly taken on by locals and physically manifested by the Standing Stones. The town's lively spirit is also evidenced in the range of festivals and events. There's also a generous allocation of World Heritage National Parks including the Gibraltar Range and Washpool. Some of the region's other great assets actually have a price on them - sapphires, emeralds and topaz of the gem and mineral fields. West of Glen Innes and off Australia's Country Way, in the heart of gemstone country lies Inverell, an ideal place to try your hand at fossicking. Further north along Australia's Country Way is Tenterfield where the famous saddlery still stands. Throughout the town there is nostalgia for forgotten eras preserved in landmark buildings commemorating citizens such as Sir Henry Parkes, Father of Federation. Take a trip out to the stunning Bald Rock and Boonoo Boonoo Falls National Parks. Then it's a short journey to the state border with Queensland.
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  • Tenterfield to Warwick

    The high altitude granite country signals the entry into Queensland and the Granite Belt. The Southern Downs is a land of contrasts from the stark high country around Stanthorpe to the rolling downs of Warwick and beyond. The weather, well-drained soil and viticultural expertise have transformed the region's once fledgling wine community into a burgeoning industry based around Stanthorpe. Boutique businesses offer fine dining, cellar doors, food and wine packages and tours making this special part of Queensland easy to access and enjoy. Stock up at roadside stalls and cellar doors and sample fresh fruit and berries straight from the grower. Local festivals celebrate the harvest seasons and country life, they include the Small Winemakers Show, Opera in the Vineyard and the Apple and Grape Harvest Festival in Stanthorpe. National Parks abound with Girraween and Sundown being must sees. As you descend to the rolling downs, the town of Warwick is your next stop. It boasts some of Queensland's finest sandstone buildings, a living reminder of our historical past. The Warwick Rodeo and Campdraft are famous across Australia and seasonal differences are celebrated at the Jumpers and Jazz Festival in July.
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  • Warwick to Toowoomba

    Driving north from Warwick takes you to a major intersection. Those heading to Brisbane and the Gold Coast head east through Cunningham's Gap, take a break here to admire the views from the Main Range National Park. Australia's Country Way continues north through the small township of Allora, you can gain a sense of the history of the Darling Downs by visiting Glengallan Historic Homestead or head into the Goomburra Valley for a bush adventure. Author Steel Rudd lived near Nobby and wrote of the country life in "On Our Selection" which formed the basis of the Dad and Dave radio series. The rolling Darling Downs are fertile farmlands for grain, sunflowers, olives, cattle and gourmet delights. Toowoomba is the largest inland city in Australia, it is known as the Garden City for its parks, gardens, flowers and the Carnival of Flowers which takes place every September. It is at the junction of highways which head east to Brisbane and west to Queensland's Outback. Toowoomba is a modern city thriving on the agricultural and resource industries with many attractions to keep you in town a few days.
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Journey Details

Duration20 Hours Itinerary TypeLand
Distance1615 KilometresItinerary RouteOne Way
Mode of Travel4x4
Car
Caravan
Motorcycle
Level of DifficultyLevel of difficulty - 1

Facilities

  • Car park
    Car park
  • Public toilet
    Public toilet

Activities

  • Fishing
    Fishing
  • Rock Climbing
    Rock Climbing
  • Walking
    Walking
  • Self-Guided
    Self-Guided
  • Wine Tasting
    Wine Tasting


Other Information


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Australia's Country Way Full Itinerary


Sydney to Tamworth

Head north out of Sydney towards Newcastle swinging inland through Cessnock in the Hunter Valley's hinterland wine country. Take a pit stop to enjoy award winning wines, olives, seasonal fruit, local cheeses and perhaps overnighting in a cosy cottage amongst the vineyards. Singleton is next, a laidback atmosphere awaits in this town which is conveniently bordered by the Broke Fordwich wine region. The centres of Broke and Muswellbrook are surrounded by national parks and steeped in the heritage of Australian bush lore. Into the Upper Hunter the fertile river flats house award winning wineries, horse studs, quaint lane ways and country roads winding through rolling hills. Big Sky Country signals you are half way to Toowoomba and a long way from the daily grind.The landscape shifts to the famous Australian grazing country and gorge country.



Photos

Picking grapes
Picking grapes


Route Details

Duration:
5 Hrs 2 Mins
Distance:
387 Kilometres
Mode of Travel:
Car
Route Type:
One Way
Suggested Stops:

- Newcastle
- Cessnock
- Singleton
- Broke
- Muswellbrook

Experiences
  • Food and Wine
    Food and Wine
  • Nature based
    Nature based


Level of Difficulty
Level of difficulty - 1



Tamworth to Armidale

The Golden Guitar stands as a perennial monument to a true blue country heart, celebrated in earnest at the Tamworth Country Music Festival - attracting over 50,000 visitors from over the world, while about 800 artists make up 2,500 acts in 120 different venues.

Tamworth is the capital of the New England North West region of New South Wales. Accordingly, the centre of the town has grown into a leafy hub of paved walkways, seating, palm trees and cafes offering a friendly and fuss-free city for all to enjoy. There's a wealth of accommodation options including bed and breakfasts, farm stays, caravan parks, five star and premium hotels. Tamworth offers ready access to Warrabah National Park - where the upper Namoi River flows through gorges and camping and fishing grounds.

Travelling north, Australia's Country Way traverses the stunning tablelands around Armidale. Buffered against the escarpment of the Great Dividing Range rugged terrain gives way to the beautiful natural settings of the New England National Parks, Cathedral Rock and Oxley Wild Rivers. Armidale offers the finely tuned combination of sophisticated amenities, beautiful produce and dining in a welcoming country ambience.



Route Details

Duration:
1 Hr 19 Mins
Distance:
111 Kilometres
Mode of Travel:
Car
Route Type:
One Way
Suggested Stops:

- Warrabah National Park
- Namoi River
- New England National Park
- Cathedral Rock
- Oxley Wild Rivers
- Tamworth
- Armidale

Experiences
  • Fishing
    Fishing
  • Food and Wine
    Food and Wine
  • Nature based
    Nature based


Level of Difficulty
Level of difficulty - 1



Armidale to Tenterfield

Guyra, on top of the range, is an attractive town with a diverse blend of attractions. Renowned for their natural beauty the New England Tablelands are distinct from one season to the next. The Glen Innes region is known as Celtic Country, an identity proudly taken on by locals and physically manifested by the Standing Stones. The town's lively spirit is also evidenced in the range of festivals and events. There's also a generous allocation of World Heritage National Parks including the Gibraltar Range and Washpool. Some of the region's other great assets actually have a price on them - sapphires, emeralds and topaz of the gem and mineral fields.

West of Glen Innes and off Australia's Country Way, in the heart of gemstone country lies Inverell, an ideal place to try your hand at fossicking. Further north along Australia's Country Way is Tenterfield where the famous saddlery still stands. Throughout the town there is nostalgia for forgotten eras preserved in landmark buildings commemorating citizens such as Sir Henry Parkes, Father of Federation. Take a trip out to the stunning Bald Rock and Boonoo Boonoo Falls National Parks.

Then it's a short journey to the state border with Queensland.



Route Details

Duration:
2 Hrs 6 Mins
Distance:
189 Kilometres
Mode of Travel:
Car
Route Type:
One Way
Suggested Stops:

- Guyra
- Glen Innes
- Gibraltar Range
- Inverell
- Tenterfield
- Boonoo Boonoo Falls National Park
- Bald Rock National Park

Experiences
  • Adventure
    Adventure
  • Historic/Heritage
    Historic/Heritage
  • Nature based
    Nature based


Level of Difficulty
Level of difficulty - 1



Tenterfield to Warwick

The high altitude granite country signals the entry into Queensland and the Granite Belt. The Southern Downs is a land of contrasts from the stark high country around Stanthorpe to the rolling downs of Warwick and beyond. The weather, well-drained soil and viticultural expertise have transformed the region's once fledgling wine community into a burgeoning industry based around Stanthorpe. Boutique businesses offer fine dining, cellar doors, food and wine packages and tours making this special part of Queensland easy to access and enjoy. Stock up at roadside stalls and cellar doors and sample fresh fruit and berries straight from the grower.

Local festivals celebrate the harvest seasons and country life, they include the Small Winemakers Show, Opera in the Vineyard and the Apple and Grape Harvest Festival in Stanthorpe. National Parks abound with Girraween and Sundown being must sees. As you descend to the rolling downs, the town of Warwick is your next stop. It boasts some of Queensland's finest sandstone buildings, a living reminder of our historical past. The Warwick Rodeo and Campdraft are famous across Australia and seasonal differences are celebrated at the Jumpers and Jazz Festival in July.



Photos

Tractor and vineyards
Tractor and vineyards


Route Details

Duration:
1 Hr 23 Mins
Distance:
118 Kilometres
Mode of Travel:
Car
Route Type:
One Way
Suggested Stops:

- Stanthorpe
- Warwick
- Girraween National Park
- Sundown National Park

Experiences
  • Adventure
    Adventure
  • Caravan and Camping
    Caravan and Camping
  • Food and Wine
    Food and Wine
  • Nature based
    Nature based


Level of Difficulty
Level of difficulty - 1



Warwick to Toowoomba

Driving north from Warwick takes you to a major intersection. Those heading to Brisbane and the Gold Coast head east through Cunningham's Gap, take a break here to admire the views from the Main Range National Park. Australia's Country Way continues north through the small township of Allora, you can gain a sense of the history of the Darling Downs by visiting Glengallan Historic Homestead or head into the Goomburra Valley for a bush adventure. Author Steel Rudd lived near Nobby and wrote of the country life in "On Our Selection" which formed the basis of the Dad and Dave radio series.

The rolling Darling Downs are fertile farmlands for grain, sunflowers, olives, cattle and gourmet delights. Toowoomba is the largest inland city in Australia, it is known as the Garden City for its parks, gardens, flowers and the Carnival of Flowers which takes place every September. It is at the junction of highways which head east to Brisbane and west to Queensland's Outback. Toowoomba is a modern city thriving on the agricultural and resource industries with many attractions to keep you in town a few days.



Photos

Toowoomba
Toowoomba


Route Details

Duration:
1 Hr 
Distance:
82 Kilometres
Mode of Travel:
Car
Route Type:
One Way
Suggested Stops:

- Cunningham's Gap
- Main Range National Park
- Allora
- Toowoomba

Experiences
  • Caravan and Camping
    Caravan and Camping
  • Flora/Fauna
    Flora/Fauna
  • Food and Wine
    Food and Wine
  • Historic/Heritage
    Historic/Heritage


Level of Difficulty
Level of difficulty - 1



Toowoomba to Kingaroy

Australia's Country Way runs along the Great Dividing Range with cool mountain National Parks such as Crows Nest, Ravensbourne and The Palms. Small towns boast art and craft stores and places to taste the region's food and wine. Local historical societies give you a taste of times past in their museums and fossick through the antique shops for that special memento of the area. Dams provide great freshwater fishing opportunities. At Yarraman there is a road that connects to the north of Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. Australia's Country Way continues through the hilly forests of the South Burnett through Nanango, learn about forestry at Wondai's South Burnett Tourism Industry Museum. Kingaroy is well known as peanut country, make sure you pick some up on your visit. A side road takes you to the scenic Bunya Mountains, so named after the Bunya Pines which were coveted by the Aborigines for their nuts. Spend some time in this area to taste the local produce, olives and wine. Accommodation includes bed and breakfasts, cabins, caravan parks, hotels, motel and camping. The South Burnett is prime wine country so make time to visit some cellar doors to taste and buy the local product.



Photos

Bunya Mountains National Park
Bunya Mountains National Park
Bunya Mountains National Park
Bunya Mountains National Park


Route Details

Duration:
1 Hr 54 Mins
Distance:
152 Kilometres
Mode of Travel:
Car
Route Type:
One Way
Suggested Stops:

- Crows Nest National Park
- Ravensbourne National Park
- Yarraman
- Nanango
- Bunya Mountains National Park

Experiences
  • Food and Wine
    Food and Wine
  • Historic/Heritage
    Historic/Heritage
  • Nature based
    Nature based


Level of Difficulty
Level of difficulty - 1



Kingaroy to Monto

Travelling north, Australia's Country Way heads towards the North Burnett towns of Gayndah and Mundubbera, a citrus growing area that produces most of Australia's mandarins. A major intersection at Ban Ban Springs gives access to Bundaberg, Biggenden and Childers. Gayndah straddles the Burnett River and you have an opportunity to sample and buy local produce at the roadside stalls. Mundubbera is just off the highway at the junction of the Rural Getaway. Picnic by the river and buy local citrus and stone fruit in season.

The Auburn River National Park is west of here. The Burnett River is famous for the Ceratodus or Lungfish, a relic of some 380 million years. These are a protected species but try your luck for freshwater fish in the lakes and rivers. Take in the local history at museums in Gayndah and Eidsvold. RM Williams lived in the Eidsvold area for many years and his life is celebrated in the RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre on the south side of the town. Monto is the gateway to Cania Gorge, a spectacular sandstone national park. Lake Cania provides a great venue for fishing and boating while there are many walks for keen bushwalkers.



Photos

Mandarins in the North Burnett
Mandarins in the North Burnett
Eidsvold
Eidsvold
Eidsvold
Eidsvold


Route Details

Duration:
3 Hrs 41 Mins
Distance:
297 Kilometres
Mode of Travel:
Car
Route Type:
One Way
Suggested Stops:

- Gayndah
- Mundubbera
- Ban Ban Springs
- Auburn River National Park
- Eidsvold
- Cania Gorge National Park
- Lake Cania
- Monto

Experiences
  • Fishing
    Fishing
  • Historic/Heritage
    Historic/Heritage
  • Nature based
    Nature based


Level of Difficulty
Level of difficulty - 1



Monto to Rockhampton

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The country is drier, with sandstone outcrops and more cattle. Take the time to camp at Kroombit Tops National Park and wake to incredible views from the sandstone cliffs. Listen out for musical notes chimed out by Mount Scoria's six sided basalt peaks or go fishing for Barramundi, Golden Perch or Red Claw at Lake Callide, just 12 kilometres east of Biloela en route to Gladstone. This part of Queensland is going through a resources boom, so make sure you book early to ensure your spot for the night.

While in Biloela visit the Silo which is not filled with grain but is an interpretive centre for agriculture in the area. As you head to the highway's end in Rockhampton you pass by the once great mining town of Mount Morgan. The gold mine operated from 1882 for 99 years and has left its mark on the area. Spend some time in town and visit the many historical reminders of that era.

Rockhampton is well known as the Beef Capital of Australia and now the resources industry and education are making their mark. Look out for the bull statues situated throughout the city celebrating the breeds grown in the area.



Photos

Greycliffe Homestead, Biloela
Greycliffe Homestead, Biloela
Kroombit Tops National Park
Kroombit Tops National Park
Silos
Silos
Lochenbar Station
Lochenbar Station


Route Details

Duration:
3 Hrs 3 Mins
Distance:
245 Kilometres
Mode of Travel:
Car
Route Type:
One Way
Suggested Stops:

- Kroombit Tops National Park
- Mount Scoria
- Lake Callide
- Biloela
- Mount Morgan

Experiences
  • Caravan and Camping
    Caravan and Camping
  • Fishing
    Fishing
  • Historic/Heritage
    Historic/Heritage
  • Nature based
    Nature based


Level of Difficulty
Level of difficulty - 1



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Driving Directions

1 - Sydney to Tamworth
Start from:341 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
End at:51-83 A15, South Tamworth NSW 2340, Australia
Distance:397 km
Duration:4 hours 48 mins
Directions:
  1. Head north on George St toward Angel Pl
  2. Turn left onto Grosvenor St
  3. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Harbour Bridge and merge onto Bradfield Hwy
  4. Keep right to stay on Bradfield Hwy, follow signs for Metroad 1
  5. Continue onto M1
  6. Take the PACIFIC HIGHWAY exit toward Chatswood/Newcastle
  7. Merge onto M1
  8. Take the Pacific Highway/Metroad 1 ramp on the right to Chatswood/Newcastle
  9. Turn right onto Pacific Hwy/A1
  10. Turn right onto the ramp to F3 Freeway/National Highway 1/Newcastle
  11. Merge onto Pacific Motorway
  12. Take exit Freemans Drive for State Route 82 toward Kurri Kurri/Cessnock
  13. Merge onto Freemans Drive/B82
    Continue to follow B82
    Go through 2 roundabouts
  14. Turn left onto Caledonia St/B82
    Continue to follow B82
  15. Turn right onto Colliery St/B82
  16. Take the 1st left onto Aberdare Rd/B82
  17. Turn right onto Vincent St/B82
  18. Turn left onto Maitland Rd/B82
  19. Turn right onto Allandale Rd/B82
    Continue to follow B82
  20. Turn left onto Drinan St/B82
  21. Take the 1st right onto Clift St/B82
  22. Take the 1st left onto Maitland St/New England Hwy (signs for Singleton/Muswellbrook/New England Highway/National Highway 15)
    Continue to follow New England Hwy
  23. Turn right onto New England Hwy/Sydney St/A15
    Continue to follow New England Hwy/A15
    Go through 4 roundabouts
  24. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A15
    Destination will be on the left
2 - Tamworth to Armidale
Start from:51-83 A15, South Tamworth NSW 2340, Australia
End at:115 Faulkner Street, Armidale NSW 2350, Australia
Distance:111 km
Duration:1 hour 19 mins
Directions:
  1. Head northeast on A15
    Go through 1 roundabout
  2. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto New England Hwy/Oxley Hwy/A15
    Continue to follow New England Hwy/A15
  3. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Uralla Rd
  4. Continue onto Kentucky St
  5. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Dangar St
  6. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Barney St
  7. Turn left onto Faulkner St
3 - Armidale to Tenterfield
Start from:115 Faulkner Street, Armidale NSW 2350, Australia
End at:225-281 A15, Tenterfield NSW 2372, Australia
Distance:189 km
Duration:2 hours 7 mins
Directions:
  1. Head north on Faulkner St toward Beardy St
  2. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Dumaresq St
  3. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Marsh St
  4. Turn left onto Erskine St
  5. Turn right onto Glen Innes Rd
  6. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto New England Hwy/A15
    Go through 2 roundabouts
4 - Tenterfield to Warwick
Start from:225-281 A15, Tenterfield NSW 2372, Australia
End at:65-71 Fitzroy Street, Warwick QLD 4370, Australia
Distance:118 km
Duration:1 hour 21 mins
Directions:
  1. Head north on New England Hwy/A15 toward High St
    Entering Queensland
  2. Turn right onto National Highway A15
  3. Turn left onto Palmerin St
    Go through 1 roundabout
  4. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Fitzroy St
5 - Warwick to Toowoomba
Start from:65-71 Fitzroy Street, Warwick QLD 4370, Australia
End at:64 Annand Street, Toowoomba QLD 4350, Australia
Distance:82.2 km
Duration:58 mins
Directions:
  1. Head east on Fitzroy St toward National Highway A15
  2. Take the 1st left onto National Highway A15
  3. Slight left onto New England Hwy
  4. Turn right onto New England Hwy/A3
    Continue to follow New England Hwy
  5. Turn right onto Herries St
  6. Take the 1st left onto Annand St
    Destination will be on the right
6 - Toowoomba to Kingaroy
Start from:64 Annand Street, Toowoomba QLD 4350, Australia
End at:169 Kingaroy Street, Kingaroy QLD 4610, Australia
Distance:152 km
Duration:1 hour 52 mins
Directions:
  1. Head south on Annand St toward Olympic Ln
  2. Turn left onto Herries St
  3. Turn left onto Hume St/A3
  4. Turn left onto Chalk Drive/A3 (signs for Crows Nest)
  5. Turn right onto New England Hwy/A3
  6. Turn left onto Kingaroy-Cooyar Rd (signs for Bunya Mountains/Kingaroy)
  7. Turn left to stay on Kingaroy-Cooyar Rd
  8. Turn left to stay on Kingaroy-Cooyar Rd
  9. Turn right to stay on Kingaroy-Cooyar Rd
  10. Continue onto D'Aguilar Hwy
  11. Slight left onto State Route 96
  12. Turn right onto D'Aguilar Hwy
7 - Kingaroy to Monto
Start from:169 Kingaroy Street, Kingaroy QLD 4610, Australia
End at:51 Newton Street, Monto QLD 4630, Australia
Distance:297 km
Duration:3 hours 36 mins
Directions:
  1. Head north on D'Aguilar Hwy toward Haly St
  2. Take the 1st left onto D'Aguilar Hwy/Haly St
  3. Keep right to stay on D'Aguilar Hwy/Haly St
  4. Turn right onto Bunya Hwy
  5. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Bunya Hwy
  6. Slight left onto Murgon-Gayndah Rd
  7. Turn left onto Burnett Hwy/A3 (signs for Ban Ban Springs/Gayndah)
  8. Turn right to stay on Burnett Hwy/A3
  9. Take the 1st left to stay on Burnett Hwy/A3
  10. Turn right to stay on Burnett Hwy/A3
  11. Continue onto Gladstone-Monto Rd (signs for Gladstone/Route 69)
  12. Turn right onto Newton St
8 - Monto to Rockhampton
Start from:51 Newton Street, Monto QLD 4630, Australia
End at:12 Connemara Drive, Kawana QLD 4701, Australia
Distance:257 km
Duration:2 hours 55 mins
Directions:
  1. Head northwest on Newton St toward Rutherford St
  2. Take the 2nd left onto Gladstone-Monto Rd
  3. Turn right onto Burnett Hwy/A3 (signs for Biloela/Rockhampton)
  4. Turn left onto Dawson Hwy
  5. Turn right onto Burnett Hwy
  6. Slight left onto Leichhardt Hwy
  7. Turn right onto Capricorn Hwy (signs for A4/Gracemere/Rockhampton)
  8. Slight left toward National Highway A1
  9. Continue straight onto National Highway A1
  10. Turn right to stay on National Highway A1
  11. Turn left to stay on National Highway A1 (signs for A1/Marlborough/Mackay/Yeppoon)
  12. Turn left onto Carlton St
  13. Turn right onto Ibis Ave
  14. Turn left
    Restricted usage road




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