|Length||12 km (7 mi)|
|NE end||Main North Road, Elizabeth Vale, Adelaide|
|SW end||Wingfield, Adelaide|
|Major suburbs||Salisbury, Parafield Gardens, Mawson Lakes, Dry Creek|
|Highways in Australia
National Highway • Freeways in Australia
Highways in South Australia
The Salisbury Highway (Route A13 / National Highway A13) is a 12 kilometre major connecting road in the northern suburbs of the Adelaide metropolitan area.
The Highway is dual carriageway in its entirety. It starts as Route A13 in Elizabeth as John Rice Avenue. Past the suburb of Salisbury it takes on its Salisbury Highway name. It then runs parallel to Main North Road (Route A52) and crosses over Kings Road (Route A18). At Port Wakefield Road (National Highway A1), it changes status to National Highway A13 before ending at the intersection of the Port River Expressway (Route A9) and South Road. National Highway A13 then follows South road to Grand Junction Road (Route A16 / National Highway A16), where it changes status to back to Route A13 where it continues south along South Road, Main South Road and Victor Harbor Road, terminating at Victor Harbor on the south coast.
- Begins at Main North Road Elizabeth Vale as John Rice Avenue
- Phillip Highway: Salisbury Park
- Commercial Road: Salisbury - changes name to Salisbury Highway
- Park Terrace / Waterloo Corner Road: Salisbury
- Kings Road : Parafield Gardens
- Port Wakefield Road : Dry Creek - changes to
- Terminates at intersection with South Road : Wingfield and Port River Expressway