|Length||3 km (1.9 mi)|
|North end||Templestowe Road, Bulleen, Melbourne|
|South end||Doncaster Road, Balwyn North, Melbourne|
Bulleen Road is a 3 kilometres (2 mi) road in north-eastern Melbourne, Australia serving the suburbs of Bulleen and Balwyn North, which can be seen as an alternative thoroughfare between Heidelberg and Doncaster via the Eastern Freeway. Marcellin College is located on the road in Bulleen. The Bulleen section is also subject to flooding on extremely wet days.
Since the opening of EastLink the road has seen significantly larger volumes of traffic, particularly between the Eastern Freeway and Manningham Road due to the traffic between the Eastern Freeway and the Metropolitan Ring Road.
|Manningham||Bulleen||0||0||Templestowe Road (State Route 52 / Tourist Drive 2) north / Bridge Street (Tourist Drive 2) west||Northern terminus|
|0.2||0.1||Manningham Road (State Route 40)|
|Boroondara||Balwyn North||2.3||1.4||Eastern Freeway (M3) / Thompsons Road (State Route 42) north-east||Grade separated interchange, eastbound freeway entrance via Thompsons Road; Route transition State Route 52 southern terminus, State Route 42 continues south from Thompsons Road|
|3.9||2.4||Doncaster Road (State Route 36)|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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