Bathurst-Ilford Road

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Bathurst-Ilford Road
New South Wales
General information
Type Rural road
Length 72 km (45 mi)
Major junctions
South end Great Western Highway (A32), Bathurst
North end Castlereagh Highway (B55), Ilford
Location(s)
Major settlements Sofala

Bathurst to Ilford Road is a 72 kilometre New South Wales country road linking the Castlereagh Highway at Ilford to the regional highway hub of Bathurst, where several roads including the Great Western Highway, Mid-Western Highway and Mitchell Highways and O'Connell Road to Oberon join. The road is designated as Main Road 54 but the road signs do not generally show this number.

It is fully sealed over its entire length, but many road maps still show sections of it as unsealed.

The historic town of Sofala is just off the road, while the road passes through Wattle Flat and Peel.

In conjunction with the Bylong Valley Way from the Castlereagh Highway near Ilford to the Golden Highway near Sandy Hollow, this very quiet and scenic route provides a leisurely alternative to going through Sydney to travel between the Hunter Region and Bathurst.

List of towns on the Bathurst to Ilford Road[edit]

Major intersections[edit]

LGALocationkm[1]miDestinationsNotes
BathurstKelso00.0 Great Western Highway (A32) - west - Bathurst /
east - Marrangaroo
Southern end of Bathurst-Ilford Road, which runs north-west as Gilmour Street and then north as Sofala Road.
Wattle Flat35.922.3Limekilns Road - south-east - BathurstAlternate route to Bathurst via Limekilns
Sofala43.326.9Hill End Road - west - Hill End /
Denison Street - east - Sofala
Road continues north as Ilford Sofala Road.
Turon River43.427.0Crossley Bridge
Mid Western RegionIlford72.044.7 Castlereagh Highway (B55) - north - Mudgee /
south - Marrangaroo
Northern end of Bathurst Ilford Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
  •       Route transition

References[edit]

  1. ^ Google (13 Oct 2018). "Bathurst-Ilford Road" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 13 Oct 2018.

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